I have always liked the handles more than the knobs for the kitchen doors but I did not want to make new holes in the wood in case it changed them again in a few years. So it occurred to me that I could put antique dresser drawer pulls of the shooter in the hole that was already made and in the bottom part (where it had no hole), place double-sided tape. In this way, if the screw on the top part is tightened correctly and the bottom part of the handle is fixed with the self-adhesive tape, it will be fixed without having to make another hole.
Instead of double-sided self-adhesive tape you can also use glue but it will be more expensive to eliminate when you want to change the antique dresser drawer pulls (although it could be achieved with a solvent). When I tune this bedside table, what they asked me the most was where I had bought those knobs. Almost nobody believed me when I said they were the same ones I already had.
12 Photos Gallery of: Antique Dresser Drawer Pulls and Knob
Some antique dresser drawer pulls yellowed by the passage of time, became a beautiful and original knobs thanks to a spray paint and a decorative vinyl. Who said that the second parts were never good? In many occasions it is worthwhile to give them a second chance to the objects that we already have, for very little change can be surprising.