The most affordable home makeover hacks

Sometimes you just don't want to spend a lot of time and money to give your home a makeover. We get it! One of the easiest and cheapest ways to give old furniture a new look is to switch out the hardware or add some fresh legs.

Sideboard in blush with chrome accessoriesThe Frida sideboard in Pale Blush with Kristina knobs ($11/pc.) and Sara legs ($30/pc.). 

Furniture hacks for $10 or less.

Changing the knobs or pulls on a cabinet, dresser, or a nightstand is the fastest and most affordable way to give it an upgrade, or an entirely new look. Our hardware comes in brass, gold, chrome, and matte black. These are a steal at $9 and $10.

Brass knobChrome knobBlack knob

The Elisabeth knob in satin brass, polished chrome, and matte black ($9/pc.).


Black knob Marlen

The Marlen knob in matte black ($10/pc.).

The Marlen is a versatile knob; The base of the knob can either be placed in the center to create a T-shape or on one side as in the image.


Brass pull IngridChrome pull JennyBlack pull Ingrid

The brass Ingrid pull, the chrome Jenny pull, and the black Ingrid pull ($9/pc.).

All our knobs and pulls are universal and come with a shorter and a longer screw to fit all furniture. 


Give your furniture a lift.

Give your furniture a lift with some new legs. This luxurious steel leg in polished brass, chrome, or matte black adds 6 3/4" to your furniture.

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The Sara legs in polished brass, chrome, and matte black ($30/pc.). 

Our legs have a universal fitting plate and are compatible with all furniture that has a surface to attach the four screws we include in each package. A regular credenza requires four Sara legs.


Brass leg IlseChrome leg IlsaBlack leg Ilse

Ilse in brass, chrome, and matte black ($25/pc.)

The Ilse can be used as support legs for longer units using the Sara legs, or as stand-alone legs for a sleek designer look. All legs are made of steel and can hold 150 lbs.


Buy the customer favorite.

In 2020, our matte black legs have truly dominated, and it's easy to see why. The legs' design is timeless while giving the piece of furniture an edge. Match it with the colors of the credenza, like in this example:

 Charcoal black Credenza with black legs

Frida credenza with black Sara legs and Ingrid pulls.


Or create a refreshing contrast, like in this example:

White sideboard with black Sara legs and Marlen knobs

Amelia white sideboard with black Sara and Ilse legs, and Marlen knobs.

We hope you will try one of these hacks! Upcycle instead of piling on to the landfills.



You might also like: Choosing the best hardware for your furniture.

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