Updating my Door Hardware with Schlage Locks


One of the things I have wanted to do since moving into our house is change out all of the door hardware. When we bought the house, all of the doors had outdated {tarnished} gold knobs and deadbolts, and if you have seen any of my house tours, you know that everywhere you turn in my house there are glass doors, so it’s a big focus!! I really wanted to find something in the silver family that was a little more contemporary with a classic twist. I started browsing the Schlage options online as an option to complete and enhance my room. I found that Schlage creates stylish, innovative products that bring the possibilities and potential of every door in the home to life. They are really focused on keeping consumers safe and making life easier, more connected, and more stylish {win, win, win!}. I decided on a few different silver satin nickel styles that I thought perfectly complemented the rest of our home. For the doors that have a deadbolt {i.e. the dining room doors and the foyer doors} I chose the Accent Lever with Camelot trim Keyed Entry Lock in Satin Nickel {here} and a Single Cylinder Deadbolt with Camelot trim in Satin Nickel for the deadbolt {here}. I love that the back plate is classic and rectangular with clean lines and that the knob is simple and sleek. See an example of it in our dining room in the photos below.


Then for the powder room and bedroom doors, I chose the Birmingham Lever with Wakefield trim Bed & Bath Lock in Satin Nickel {here} which has privacy locking. I am actually obsessed with this handle – so chic, plus the silver looks perfect next to the other details I put into my powder room like the vanity sink and silver sconces. Isn’t it amazing how hardware can transform a space?! We are so excited to have worked with Schlage on this project! Most recently Schlage launched a campaign, “Open Possibilities” to open the dialogue that door hardware is an accessory that can complete or enhance the look of any room. It truly has for me and I couldn’t agree more! To learn more about Schlage and its product offering, visit www.schlage.com.


Thank you to Schlage for sponsoring this post.

Photos by Yesi of Simply Lively Photography