Adding New Window Hardware
I think the hardest thing for me to do when it comes to projects, is finish. I'm really good about starting a project full speed, and then I usually fizzle out towards the end. However, that ends now!
I'm finishing up the windows on our house finally, and I wanted to share with you how to refresh your own old windows in three quick and easy steps.
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I puttied over the old hardware holes. Please don't judge my rusty putty knife:)
I love pink spackle, because it goes on pink, and turns white when dry, so it's pretty much fool-proof.
Decisions... Deciding between White, Black or Brass Hardware. What do you think?
I love them all! But I think I'm loving the Solid Brass
No drilling required, just screw them in with a little pressure and a screwdriver.
With all these options, it was really hard to make a decision! I ended up going with the Brass. We have a mix of Brass and Black fixtures and hardware in the bathroom, and brass just felt a little softer.
And finished! What do you think?
So that’s it! Three easy steps to refresh an old window: Repair, Paint, Hardware.
There’s really nothing a little paint, putty and new hardware can’t fix.
THANK YOU TO NATIONAL HARDWARE FOR SUPPLYING ME WITH THESE BEAUTIFUL PIECES!
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A Job Well Done
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