Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Fall Fix Up with Decorative Exterior Home Hardware

Although the leaves have not yet turned countless shades of orange and red, I am finding that the first signs of Fall are all around. The sight of bright yellow school buses running their routes in the morning and the sounds of college football being played on radio mark the beginning of my favorite time of the year. With the temperatures cooling, this time of the year is a great time to tackle some of those outdoor projects that have accumulated over the hot summer. Whenever I face a daunting to do list, I find it helpful to add a few simple and enjoyable tasks that will keep me motivated while not requiring a lot of time and energy. Refreshing the look of your front porch with new hardware is a fun exercise that can make a big difference in your home’s appearance.

Hamilton Sinkler offers decorative exterior hardware in rich dark bronze patina as well as brushed nickel. Popular Hamilton Sinkler items include their Victorian inspired mail slot, six-inch house numbers, and regal lion head door knocker. If time and budget allows, Hamilton also manufactures matching solid bronze entry door hardware to complete the look.

IDH specializes in solid brass hardware offered in a wide variety of finishes including variations chrome, nickel, bronze, and copper. Popular IDH exterior hardware items include their four-inch decorative house numbers, Craftsman mechanical door bell, and their traditionally styled mail slot. If you like to fly your college team’s flag on Saturdays, IDH also offers flag pole holders in medium and large sizes.

The Craftsmen Hardware Company is a specialty manufacturer of hand crafted copper home hardware items in the Arts and Crafts tradition. Popular Craftsmen Hardware items include unique Craftsman house numbers, hammered copper style door bell button, and their Pacific style mail slot. Like Hamilton Sinkler, Craftsmen Hardware also manufactures a collection of similar styled entry Arts and Crafts door hardware sets.

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