10 Easy Pieces: Leather Cabinet Hardware
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For a while now we've been swept up in the leather cabinet pull craze; here are 10 favorites from our late-night web searches. (And if you have a good resource, by the way, do let us know.) Above: Nu Interieur Ontwerp, a Dutch interior design firm, sells their Leather Cabinet Pulls and Handles in black, white, gray, cognac, and a limited edition green; prices range from €9.95 to €19.95 each. Read more in our previous post: Leather Handles from Nu Interieur Ontwerp in Delft . Above: The Saddler Knob is made from leather, brass, and wood with a 2-inch bolt that can be trimmed to size; $14 each from Anthropologie. Above: Swedish Superfront's Loop Handle is made from a 2.5mm thick piece of leather and is available in various colors: cocoa, black, nude, green, and red (shown above). The leather is untreated and will darken and age over time; fastened with either a brass or copper rivet; 145 SEK (about $22) each. See our initial post on the company in Superfront: An Instant Upgrate for Ikea Cabinets . Above: Spinneybeck Leather Pulls from architect Emanuela Frattini Magnusson are made from full grain belting leather with a water-resistant finish. Shown here is the Small Sling Pull (5 1/2 by 7/8 inches) for $15 each from Spinneybeck. Above: Doug Mockett's Mortice Wing Pull is made from leather covered metal; contact for pricing and availability. Above: Inspired by the above pull from Nu Interieur, I made my own version in white leather; see: DIY Video: How to Make a $20 cabinet pull for $2 . Above: Superfront's Trunk Handle , like the Loop, is made from a piece of untreated leather available in a variety of colors with a 128mm distance between copper- or brass-filled screwholes; 195 SEK (about $30). Above: Karine Lafrance's black Leather Pulls and Handles ; contact the designer directly though Behance for pricing and availability. Above: Henrybuilt's Leather Pulls in different shapes, stitching, and thread colors are available directly through Henrybuilt . Above: Another DIY solution from the Brick House: Leather Handle DIY with hexagonal screws. Above: A DIY from Brooklyn-based architect Jeff Sherman: a leather belt is cut to size and finished with shoe polish. Read more in Vintage Belt as Cabinet Pull . Looking for more simple leather accessories or DIY projects? See our previous posts: 10 Easy Pieces: South American Style Leather Chairs , DIY: Leather Napkin Ties at Bar Agricole, and DIY: Easy Leather Strap Wall Shelves .