Drexel Hack #1

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So I’ve been experimenting with different temporary ways to modify various pieces of the Drexel we have in our new place. The fastest and easiest so far has been this simple idea: swap out the brass knobs! I ordered these awesome replacements from Anthropologie, and a phillips screwdriver is the only tool you need (thank God M insisted we pack them in UAB). I’m not in love with the brass hardware, but to save money I chose a few that would blend with the rest. It also helps to accent the lovely mustard/gold couches we were gifted with :).

Don’t forget to save all the Drexel brass knobs, so you can put them back before PCSing!

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