Sorry about the vague title! I bought an unused Heritage Bathrooms shower door for a baragin price on Ebay, but it already has holes drilled for the pull handle (it's a bi-fold door so didn't expect it to even need a handle!) I called Hertiage and the appropriate handle is completely plain stainless steel bar and they want £52 for it!
I'm trying to think of alternative handle options to save a.) having a boring handle and b.) paying £50 for it! Google hasn't come up with any suppliers or ideas.
I was thinking of those decorative cut glass cabinet knobs, but not sure if it's possible for two of them to join in the middle through a hole in a shower door. Or, if I just put them on the outside, whether they are tidy on the inside or have a big nut and bolt feature for the inside of my shower!
Link attached to the knobs I'd like. http://www.ironmongerydirect.co.uk/S...ntsearchType=1
Please can anyone be the voice of reason here, it is taking up a disproportionate amount of my bathroom redecoration time and budget- sorting out a door handle!
You can put a knob on each side, all you need is a threaded machine screw long enough to be threaded into each knob. A projection of 3/8" on each side of the door and the door thickness. If the door was 1" thick, you'd need a 1 3/4" screw. You could get a 2" screw and cut the head off.
"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
B. Franklin 1759