Asked on Aug 16, 2013

The best source for hardware.

Debbie StanleyShirley ShawDebi Grimm


I have an entire box of vintage and antique drawer pulls. I do not however have any for the new project I ma doing, my antique dressing table. I would love to know of a good source for nice glass drawer pulls, that wont cost a fortune. Im in oregon, I dont know if there is a hobby lobby here. Any thoughts?
Im working on this. I need 12 glass drawer pulls at a reasonable price. Im not selling it.
22 answers
  • Rachelle Morris
    on Aug 16, 2013

    Do you have a Habitat for Humanity store there? We have a couple here in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. They are very random and hit and miss, but I have seen a lot of pulls in there before.

  • Terry Baker
    on Aug 16, 2013

    They have several of the Habitat for Humanity stores in Oregon and Washington THey are a great source. Also look on Ebay I have gotten alot of my drawer pulls there for a great price

  • Kim Hall
    on Aug 16, 2013

    You could check out also!

  • Check out a Hobby Lobby if you have one near you. As a matter of fact, this week they have their selection 50% off. They have some very cool knobs and pulls that range from plain antiqued glass knobs to colorful and even cast iron. This is where I go first to look for any knobs! for an antique cabinet I have where the knobs were gone from previous owners I found antique looking ones that look as if they been there forever.

  • Also check out your local small hardware store, if they don't have what you want a lot of times they can order for you from their online catalog. These stores get weekly trucks in so you don't have to wait long.

  • Cher @ Designs By Studio C
    on Aug 16, 2013

    Believe it or not I found dark pink glass knobs at Walmart!! A store near you may have other colors...

  • Cherie M
    on Aug 16, 2013

    if there isn't a hobby lobby there, go online to their web page, you will have no problem at all!

  • Cynthia H
    on Aug 16, 2013

    I have green glass vintage look knobs in my kitchen. Bought them on Ebay at a great price.

  • Check out Outwater Hardware. They have a catalog with over 1100 pages on all kinds of hardware.

  • Barb Rosen
    on Aug 17, 2013

    You have a wonderful recycle store near you that my daughter took me to - they have all sorts of building and finishing materials and hardware. It is called "Bring - Planet Improvement Center". If you haven't looked there yet, I'd recommend it.

  • Leona G
    on Aug 17, 2013

    Do a google search for antique or reclaimed hardware. The are several catalog companies that specialize in antique hardware. Also check you local antique stores.

  • Terra Gazelle
    on Aug 17, 2013

    I always check out Amazon first for everything. I have an old dresser I am going to redo..I found some dragonfly knobs and some porcelain pulls for it. Amazon had some great glass knobs that I almost chose.

  • Patricia W
    on Aug 17, 2013

    Thank you so much for the great sources!! Im going to shop this morning!

  • Selina G
    on Aug 17, 2013

    try lee valley hardware.....fabulous selection & ok prices!

  • Tanya Peterson Felsheim
    on Aug 17, 2013

    This is my fav place to shop, a habitat for humanity restore...they take donations from builders and homeowners who remodel and resell items at really good prices. Got some great 6 pane windows for about $6 each! The one in Eugene....

  • Nancy
    on Aug 18, 2013

    Pottery Barn had the glass pulls and handles in their Pottery Barn for Kids catalogue. Try looking them up, I have a very similar vanity that we redid for my granddaughter's room at our house. Looks great!

  • Lynn Scapatici Couch Myers
    on Aug 18, 2013

    You might try the Van Dykes Restorers website. They specialize in vintage and antique hardware. They have a great selection and while most of it is a bit pricey, I have found lots of beautiful pieces in their clearance items for pretty reasonable prices.

  • Freda
    on Aug 18, 2013

    I suggest either eBay or Eptsy

  • I repurpose vintage furniture for my antiques business and look for "lots' on Ebay, as they are frequently available at a good price. However for glass knobs my first choice is always Hobby Lobby! They are always at half price, making them 3-4 each!! Clear, pink, green, you name it! Darling vanity - good luck! Debbie

  • Debi Grimm
    on Aug 18, 2013

    You can order From hobby lobby online.

  • Shirley Shaw
    on Aug 19, 2013

    I always try ebay first. I live 65 miles from Hobby Lobby, so it is easy and quick to buy on ebay. Love it!!!

  • Debbie Stanley
    on Aug 19, 2013

    I found some incredible knobs and handles at our Habitat for Humanity Restore.

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