I’ve been doing jewelry box makeovers for over 7 years now and there’s no end in sight! My goal? Save every old jewelry box and jewelry cabinet from the landfill. And I know many of you are joining me in my quest. I know that because many of you ask advice on finishes and where to buy jewelry box hinges and other hardware. So today, I’m sharing where I buy mine locally and some great online resources, also.
D. Lawless Hardware provided me with free samples to show you in the video below.
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Jewelry Box Hinges & Hardware
Hobby Lobby has been the best local source for me to find jewelry box hinges and handles for jewelry cabinets. You can always get 40% off One Item at Regular Price at HobbyLobby.com. (Some exclusions apply.)
Another local store, Beverly’s, has some, too, but I don’t think they’re a national chain.
Also, whenever I replace any old hardware on a jewelry cabinet with new, I save the old hardware to reuse on future DIY projects.
Jewelry Box Hinges & Hardware Online
Y’all know I love shopping on Amazon. They don’t have a huge selection but I did find a few of the Darice hinges and tiny screws shown in the photo above there.
I saved the best for last! The absolute BEST place online that I found to get jewelry box hardware is D. Lawless Hardware.
Other Thrift Store Makeovers & Tips
If you enjoyed this post, you might also like these:
- The Ultimate Guide to Jewelry Box Makeovers
- What I Use to Replace Glass Doors in Old Jewelry Cabinets
- 5 Favorite Simple Jewelry Box Makeovers
- 9 Free DIY Jewelry Box Plans
- Upcycle an Old Cutlery Box into a Jewelry Box
Leave a comment if you have any more questions about jewelry box hinges or makeovers! Originally published August 29, 2017.
‘Til the next project,
Ann @ Duct Tape and Denim