How to Paint Key Drawer Pulls
The DIY experts at HGTV Magazine recreated this flea market find. Here’s how you can, too.
Marko Metzinger, Crafting by Thomas Eberharter and Madeline Jacobs, Styling by: Karin Olsen
- spray paint (3 colors used here)
- strong glue, such as E-6000
- 2-inch-long flathead screws
- 5/8-inch-long metal spacers
- small piece of foam
Using a strong glue, such as E-6000 ($5, joann.com), adhere a 2-inch-long flathead screw to each end of the back of a long key. Then glue a 5/8-inch-long metal spacer (available at hardware stores) onto each screw. Let dry.
Push the screws into a piece of foam so only the spacers and key are exposed. Spray-paint, let dry, and remove the foam.
Attach the new pulls to your cabinet door or drawer, and secure with a nut on the end of each screw.