Like the garnish on your plate;
the earrings that compliment your dress;
and, the sprinkles on your ice cream…
it is the little things ~the attention detail ~ that makes all the difference.
Such is the case with knobs.
Knobs are the garnish, the accessory…the ‘sprinkles’ that can turn cabinetry and furniture into something special.
You appreciate the little things and the difference they can make. So I want to introduce you to Charleston Knob Company.
Hailing from its name sake, Charleston South Carolina, Charleston Knob Company, offers the most unique & well priced knobs I have ever encountered.
The company motto “cure for the common knob” is refreshingly true. From a twist on the traditional round knob, to butterflies, bees & faucet handles, CKC has the knob to accent your style.
CKC also carries a wonderful line of hooks & napkin rings.
Sonny, the owner of Charleston Knob Company, is a delightful man who sent me 2 boxes of his beautiful napkin rings so I could share them with you. Thanks Sonny!
Aren’t these pretty?! Made from metal & glass these sturdy rings have the vintage vibe we love.
To win a set of 8 of these rings from Charleston Knob Company enter the give away using the form below. Go ahead ~ enter!
The give away ends on Monday the 27th. In the meantime, visit CKC & let me know which knob, hook or ring you like the best.
I am partial to the bee as my husband calls me “Bee”. He says I am always buzzing around doing something. Buzzzz….he is right. One of the only times I actually sit down is to write to you!
If you need some new knobs or hooks shop Charleston Knob Company now as there is a sale going on…that beautiful hook is now only $7.48 & the knobs featured are only $6.50 each.
Enter the give away below. Good Luck!
~ open to all with a United States address…sorry not worldwide, but the shipping fees to all other lovely places are so high these days ~
p.s. I have been sponsored by Charleston Knob Company for this post. All the opinions shared are my own. Rest assured, I would never recommend something to you I wouldn’t use in my own home. But you know that! Look for some CKC knobs in an upcoming furniture re-do!
** Kelly **