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When it comes to adding the finishing touches to your home improvement projects, Sam's Club® has the hardware fittings you need. From bathroom hardware to door handles and deadbolt locks, you'll find what you're looking for at an affordable price.
You can easily decorate your new bathroom or update an existing one with hardware. Sets from brands like Hardware House and others come with up to four pieces, including towel holders, rods, robe hooks and toilet paper holders. You can choose satin nickel towel bars to add an instant contemporary feel along with matching robe hooks for a quick update. For a vintage space, consider toilet paper holders and towel rods in oil-rubbed bronze. You'll also find classic bronze and chrome accents, making sure there's an option that works with your bathroom. Check out the available bathroom accessories for matching grab bars that make sure the entire room has a cohesive look.
Transform the look of your doors by updating the hardware. Adding matching interior door handles and security door locks takes only a few minutes, yet completely changes the look of a home. Satin nickel finishes add a hint of brightness, while classic bronze door locks match a variety of exterior choices for added curb appeal. Choose from simple door handle and lock sets or go with elegant designs that immediately draw the attention of anyone approaching your door.
Changing out the curtains in the living room provides a fast, economical update that can completely alter the look of a space. Double drapery rod sets offer a simple way of hanging two different types of curtains. Hang thinner curtains beside the window, and use the outer rod for room-darkening or thicker panels during the colder months. You'll also find curtain rods designed with a curve for heavier panels that require additional support.