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5 Quick Fixes: Instant Rope Handles and Pulls

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 21, 2012 01:05 AM
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by Sarah last modified Jul 20, 2012

Neatly tied or left frayed at the ends, a good piece of rope can add an unexpected touch to dressers, bureaus, even doors. Here are five ideas, easily emulated. Above: Spotted in the interior of Folk in Munich: knotted marine rope used as drawer pulls. A good online source of marine rope is Knot & Rope Supply , which carries a wide selection in a variety of colors. Above: Our friend Tricia Rose (creator of Rough Linen ) has a nautical theme going on in her home: To spruce up some drawers, she threaded rope through four drilled holes. Above: Sub out less-desirable drawer handles with this Pliant Rope Handle by Sibella Court for Anthropologie; $12. Above: A rustic door handle, which we covered previously in Steal This Look: Vintage Bath from Country Living Magazine . Above: Another good application for nautical knots besides the high seas: a rope-pull; via Kojo Designs . N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on March 1, 2012.






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