« Purging the Closet | Main | 365 Days 1-7 »

January 07, 2010

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Kay

Love the idea of using them mounted on a board as coat hook/jewelry or for curtain tie-backs. Using them for a climbing wall made me laugh out loud - so funny!

Judith

I'm for using them as doorknobs, if they can take all the use (aren't they hollow?) - in older homes in the states, at least in Texas where I'm from, it's really common to find "crystal" doorknobs but I think those are solid. I've looked for them here in Sweden but I just don't think the concept exists here :(

Thanks for all the fun Brainstorms, Benita et al!

brenda

I would use them for bedknobs

Vicki K.

I like the versatility of adding them around for display but you could also attach two to the ends of a towel rack in the kitchen or bathroom.

Kasey at Thrifty Little Blog

Why not top a super-fancy walking stick :)?

Drake

Put them on cork for luxe wine stoppers

just screw them in and secure with apoxy

Cassandra

I love the coat rack idea...but more importantly, no more brainstorms?? Tragic! I love them!

Benita ~ Chez Larsson

I love that idea!

Benita ~ Chez Larsson

Bottle stoppers was actually the first idea I had too but then I realised the size of them :)

Amanda

I did a whole section of wall with mine and use them for coats, hats, purses, etc. It went every well with the wall and made it look like a wall of doors http://geekdetails.com/blog/?p=2071

Perfectly functional too :)

jja

I love the idea of paperweight and of or handles for boxes!

Oscurotrophic

I saw doorknobs used as a means to hang a curtain (ties on the curtain, tied to the mounted knobs). For a stationary look, anyway.

Lily

Those are gorgeous! Knobs are fun. I recently bought a knob for four dollars at an antique store but it was definitely worth it.

andony

look my collection
www.newelpostfinial.com

merci
[email protected]

Sandra

Hi Benita,

i only came across your blog recently and already am an addict! Congratualtions on your creative ideas and final results.
I have a question for you: what program do you use to make these drawings? I need sth to help me drawing as I am a total 0 regarding drawing and a bit dumb when it comes to technology :).
Sandra

Benita ~ Chez Larsson

so glad you're enjoting my blog :).

My ex-husband Martin used Illustrator to draw them. I myself use Corel Draw when drawing but have recently tried Google Sketchup which is fairly easy to use and fun. And free :)

Portela

They are super!
I would like to have some of them.
Where we can find it? How much it costs?
Thanks!
[email protected]

The comments to this entry are closed.


Blog Widget by LinkWithin