An elegant classic (at an amazing price) that’s subtle enough to work on just any style door.To buy: $39, potterybarn.com.
Large and hefty, this piece is made of solid brass and stands 7 inches tall. Did you know that the pineapple is also a symbol of hospitality.To buy: $98, wshome.com.
The kids will love it (pull the chain and the bird taps its beak against the “bark”), and it’s the perfect accent for a charming cottage.To buy: $30, amazon.com.
Hand-forged of textured, weathered iron, it has an old-world quality that adds a sense of fine craftsmanship to your house.To buy: $141, bellacor.com.
The artist uses sand casting (pouring molten metal into sand molds) to create this good luck symbol. Picture it against a deep-red door.To buy: $80, michaelhealy.com.
Historic-feeling, thanks to simple, graceful lines and an antique brass finish.To buy: $96, thehardwarehut.com.
The curled petals of this brass bloom—finished in a rich patina—make it pretty enough to hang just as decoration. And contrary to the soft visual, it’s incredibly sturdy.To buy: $40, touchofclass.com.See all Daily Finds from this month