How to Make Spectacular Furniture Pulls From Everyday Items

3 Materials
$2
20 Minutes
Easy

EASILY create one-of-a-kind hardware pulls right now from common items found around your home without spending a lot of money. Give your furniture piece a DESIGNER look using old jewelry, nails, belts and even shower hooks!

Read on to find out how I turned my unused jewelry into a unique furniture pull.



I used an old bracelet and separated the pieces by cutting the band holding them together.




I took one piece from the bracelet and added glue to the center of the backside. Apply to an area the size of the connector bolt.
 
Be sure to wear gloves! I didn’t the first time resulting in a sticky mess that was difficult to clean off.

 Place the connector bolt on the glue and press firmly.
Once dry, attach to your furniture piece with the screw, and you’re done!
Stunning!!
 
Your imagination is the only thing standing between ordinary and EXTRAORDINARY furniture pulls!





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Suggested materials:

  • Jewelry Bracelet
  • Connector Bolts
  • Gorilla Glue

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