Best decorative door knobs for cupboards, dressers and vanities

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Upcycling is a trend that’s here to stay. Lockdown has sparked a love of DIY, and, conscious of the effects that our cycles of waste are having on the planet, many are finding thrills in making do and mending. Plus, there’s nothing more satisfying than getting something previously unloved or unused back in business.

Even if your decor or DIY skills are still very much at entry level, there are easy swaps and hacks you can do to revive your space - and you don’t need to be a homeowner to do them either.

Painting furniture, hanging pictures and changing handles on your cupboards and wardrobes can be quick and easy ways to give your home a new lease of life, without the outlay of a total home renovation. Small changes can make a big difference.

When it comes to knobs, as in life, there are a variety to choose from. There is a colossus selection from which to pick, from brass animal themes to modern marble.

To help narrow the selection (and avoid awkward search engine mishaps), we’ve rummaged through the virtual haberdashery to bring you the nicest, coolest and chicest knobs that will give your furniture, cupboards and doors a little lift.

Get ready to browse the most PG knobs list on the internet.

John Lewis & Partners Leaf Brass Drawer Pull, Gold

If you love botanical themes this brass drawer pull shaped like a leaf might be exactly the finishing touch you’re looking for. The double screw attachment means it will feel more stable when you’re opening wardrobe doors or dresser drawers.

 (John Lewis)
(John Lewis)

£10 | John Lewis

Cleo Knob

Turn your trash into treasure with the help of these seriously luxe knobs. Made from semi-precious stones in an iron, gold-tone casing, they’ll take your vanity table up a notch. Available in three colours.

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(Anthropologie)

£16 | Anthropologie

Plank Knurled Set of 4 Button Knobs, 31mm, Brass

This set of four solid brass knobs offer a relatively cheap way to take your doors and drawers from zero to hero. The diamond patterned exterior offers a luxe look that screams chic. Also available in black and chrome finishes.

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(MADE)

£39 | MADE

Ceramic Parrot Knob

Crafted from porcelain, these hand-painted feathered friends are a sound investment for those who like their interiors on the eccentric side. Each one is sold separately and designed for left or right-hand side openings, so take care to choose the right one if you’re only looking for one. Due to their artisan nature, they’ll do better on drawers that you don’t need to use often.

 (Graham & Green)
(Graham & Green)

£23 | Graham & Green

John Lewis & Partners Rope Knot Cupboard Knob, Brown

For those whose heart is always by the sea, bring nautical vibes to urban homes with a rope knot cupboard knob. This one is in a soft brown, but there’s a pristine white for a fresher look, also £5.

 (John Lewis)
(John Lewis)

£5 | John Lewis

Pushka Home Personalised Postcode Map Mortice Door Knob

This door handle offers a sweet personalised detail, setting a location map around the frame. Perfect for adding a unique element to your interior doors the frame comes in brass or chrome finishes.

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(Pushka Home)

£40 | NOTHS

Mabel Knob

Introduce the simple elegance of marble to your home with this round knob, encased in brass hardware. Simply tighten the screw around the back to update a neglected wardrobe or dresser. Also available in pink marble and in oval shapes.

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(Anthropologie)

£16 | Anthropologie

AvoDovA 10PCS Crackle Cabinet Knob, Vintage Drawers Knobs

Personalise your furniture by simply swapping the drab knobs they came with for these vintage-look drawers. This set comprises 10 pieces, so it’s perfect for bigger upcycling jobs with multiple drawers.

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(Amazon)

£9.99 | Amazon

Edvalla brass drop handles

IKEA helpfully sells all of its knobs and handles in pairs, so you’ll only have to fork out once to revive pieces with a double front opening. These ring pulls look especially distinctive on kitchen cabinets and sideboards with drawers.

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(IKEA)

£4 | IKEA

Pineapple Ceramic Knob

You needn’t invest in statement furniture to add style to your home. Sometimes it can be all in the details, like this pineapple-shaped drawer knob, crafted from ceramic and hand-painted in sunshine shades. They are delicate though, so should be used on low-use drawers that you don’t use often.

 (Graham & Green)
(Graham & Green)

£23 | Graham & Green

Horsfall & Wright Set Of Three Floral Knobs

An anonymous white chest of drawers can instantly be given colour and character with this set of three floral themed drawer knobs wrapped in a brass fitting.

 (Horsfall & Wright)
(Horsfall & Wright)

£14 | NOTHS

H&M Marble Knob in Greige

The Swedish fashion giant’s homewares collection is really coming on leaps and bounds, and they’re even now going right down to the tiny details. This simple marble knob will make the perfect replacement for the boring ones your IKEA Hemnes dresser came with. Installing them is as easy as screwing the nut tightly on the back.

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(H&M)

£4.99 | H&M

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