Find Your Door Knob’s Style With Schlage

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Your home’s interior design is a reflection of yourself. The design choices you make are the first things your guests will see, and the door knob is typically the first thing they’ll notice. Schlage understands that your door hardware has to match the overall style of your home, and they’ve provided a handy style guide to link their products to your home.

A few of the styles provided by Schlage are Traditional, Ornate, Transitional, and Contemporary:

  • Traditional – You like things that work and work well. Some may call it plain but you know what you like and you like it practical. This style is best suited for those that like their house tidy and organized with a touch of history.
  • Ornate – Your house is full of lush plant life and bright, natural lighting. This style leans towards the romantic and is fanciful.
  • Transitional – For the customer looking for the best of the old and new. The designs lean towards sleek lines and curved profiles.
  • Contemporary – Modern and sophisticated. This style accents shape and form.

After selecting your overall style, the next part is choosing the finish of your door knob. The three different finishes include Gold, Silver, and Black. These three categories aren’t a scale of quality but rather a system for organizing the different finishes. The individual finishes are as follows:

  • Gold – Antique Pewter, Antique Brass, Bright Brass.
  • Silver – Bright Chrome, Satin Chrome, Satin Nickel, Distressed Nickel
  • Black – Aged Bronze, Matte Black, Oil-Rubbed Bronze

Finally after choosing your styles and finishes, the only thing left to do is to choose your knob or lever design. These range from different shapes and sizes to different functions like a lock through the middle. Be sure to check out Schlage’s knobs and pick the best one for your home.

Schlage Georgian Door Knob

Georgian Door Knob

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One Response to "Find Your Door Knob’s Style With Schlage"

  1. Karlshiekh says:

    there are a number of locks that can fit a door. as it is a batroohm it will probably have been one that has a lock on one side ( inner ) that can be twisted to lock or unlock. on outside would have been just what looks like a round piece of metal with a slot in it . the slot is for unlocking door from outside should anybody get stuck inside or faint etc. pop along to any good harware store where they sell these items and have a look at a few. often a store will have an advisor on hand to offer advise on the locks and can often point out how it all works and should be fitted.

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