look what i did!

Talk about fall, huh? These Forest Critter knobs that I did for Anthropologie are the perfect update to your home for fall. I could even see them gracing the fronts of kitchen cabinetry! Each brass knob started as a pencil sketch, if you can believe that. I was such to include each little groove and indented line that you see so that the artisan who made the pieces understood my vision. That’s right, these are each handmade! I especially love that fact because it means that each knob is totally unique and one-of-a-kind. These little guys are all about the tiny details!

forest critter knobs from anthropologie
So tell me: which animal is your favorite??

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Images via Anthropologie. See more of my designs here!

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6 Comments

  1. 1.12.18
    Zephyr said:

    Love the fox and the little mouse. So Precious, both of them! <3

  2. 8.28.13
    Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer said:

    Absolutely LOVE these!!!

  3. 8.28.13
    LavenderBourbon said:

    Wow! Congrats! These are absolutely gorgeous! I love the little fox all curled up, reminds me of how my dog sleeps :)

    xo
    Alanna

    • 8.28.13
      joanna said:

      omg, you’re right! my dog sleeps just like that, too :)