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Beauty is in the details.

You don’t need to tear down walls or replace all the flooring to totally change your look. And you don’t need neon paint to get noticed. The details – whether freshening up the accents of a bookcase or throwing new pillows onto the furniture – turn a house into your home.
Bathroom with satin brass hardware.

Lights for every lifestyle.

Sleek and shiny pendant lights create glitz and glamor, while bronze lighting fixtures keep things more traditional. The sky’s the limit when choosing finishes and styles for lights, especially when you pair them with other design details like faucets and appliances. Switch plates can also help with a new look.

Master bedroom with tufted bed and mercury glass lamp.

Refreshed furniture.

Outdated furniture can be refreshed with a new coat of paint and simple hardware, especially if the result is eclectic and unique. Whether your style is classic or modern, your furniture’s hardware is the perfect place to add polish and connect the design elements throughout the room.

Mid-century modern chair with red pillow.

Color creations.

Play with color, from modest neutrals to vibrant patterns and everywhere in between. Minimalists will stick with one hue, but you can build on that with splashes of contrasting color from accessories. Go bigger with a red accent wall, or really commit with the opulent lushness of Art Deco.

Mixed metals

Mix it up.

Mixing metals across hardware and fixtures within a single room is now a design staple. For more interest, not to mention style flexibility, try combinations like silver and gold, copper and stainless steel, or brass and aluminum.

A look for every room.

Door hardware, fixtures and other accessories are the kinds of details that are simple and inexpensive yet make a big difference in a room’s look.
Schlage Whitney lever on living room door.

1Complete relaxation.


Think your door knob doesn’t impact your nighttime oasis? Think again. When you create a relaxing getaway, every detail matters – your sheets’ thread count, curtains that control the light, a beautiful and functional nightstand, even door hardware. It’s a touch that completes the perfect look.

Schlage Georgian knob with Brookshire trim on bedroom door.

2Cooking in style.


Go for fixture finishes and styles that complement your door hardware, lighting and appliances. Sleek lines on a faucet and a Schlage Bowery door knob in Polished Nickel create a cohesive modern kitchen. Opt for sweeping designs like the Schlage Accent lever in Aged Bronze for a more traditional vibe.

Schlage Bowery knob on kitchen door.

3Clean design.


Bathroom vanity items like soap dispensers and cotton ball holders can pack a stylish punch. It’s a great place to mix metallic finishes. Here, a silver tray holding clear glass containers complements a crystal vase, ornate golden faucet and Schlage Aged Bronze Accent levers with Camelot trim.

Master bathroom

4Welcome home.


Details matter outdoors, too. Choose exterior door hardware that is both stylish and secure like Schlage’s smart locks or handlesets. They’re rated among the best in residential security, durability and finish. And with a variety of designs and finishes available, you can capture the perfect curb appeal every time.

Schlage Encode wifi lock on blue front door.

Related products.

Schlage Bowery knob
Schlage Merano lever
Schlage Accent lever
Schlage Encode Smart WiFi Deadbolt