One of the pitfalls of living in your home for some time and remodeling it slowly, room by room, is that over time your tastes change, styles change, and what’s available to purchase can change. Even working with a particular paint color can prove challenging as your go to brand of paint changes the name of their entire line and Chocolate Sparkle by Behr no longer goes by it’s delicious moniker.
Recently I’ve begun to notice that some of our hardware choices have begun to get a little hodge podgy as we’ve changed our design style. In particular, down our hallway we’ve got gold door knobs that came with the home, one silver door knob on our son’s door when we thought we’d be going with brushed nickel throughout our house and an oil rubbed bronze knob installed with our daughter’s teen room redo.
I’m not one to have everything be matchy-matchy, but three different finishes in one space is a little ridiculous. So when Build.com asked me to tryout their site, I knew it was time to get our hallway hardware in order.
Sweet dreams, indeed!
I shop quite a bit online and I was very pleased with my Build.com experience. I was able to easily select beautiful and unique hardware, create a user account and even received updates throughout the shipping process until the items arrived at our door.
Once we went to install the door knobs, we found that we were completely set to have our DIY project go as smoothly as possible. Build.com includes PDF instructions, installation videos, item specs, reviews and even product specialist contact information so a real person can assist you… on EACH product page! You are never left feeling like you are on your own to figure things out when your product arrives.
Please tell me I’m not the only person who gets excited over new hardware for the home.
How has your decor style changed over the years? Do you buy your hardware in bulk to maintain a consistent look throughout your home? Have you worked with Build.com?
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post, however, all opinions expressed here are completely my own.