by Michelle Gage Bold colors and novelty brass go together like peanut butter and jelly. Put this punchy combination on a door and you have a greeting your guests will never forget.
photography by NICOLAS MATHEUS
@amy_stone Pineapples were once seen as a sign of hospitality. What better way to welcome guests than with that symbol greeting them at your front door!
photography by @AMY_STONE
@sarakatestudios This regal Victorian bronze lion roars with excitement as guests gather at your front door.
photography by @SARAKATESTUDIOS
@mackenziehoran You’ll have a whaley good time collecting compliments on this nautical knocker.
photography by @MACKENZIEHORAN
@michelle_adams_ This slithering snake adds even more edge to this already midnight black door.
photography by @MICHELLE_ADAMS_
@mmmichgage Giddy up! This vintage horse shoe door knocker is sure to bring luck to all those who enter your home.
photography by @MMMICHGAGE
@amy_stone We’re not the least bit crabby about this crustacean crawling up our door.
@ilumiere These elegant hands extend themselves to your guests, welcoming all those who enter.
photography by @ILUMIERE
@brightonkeller A little lobster never hurt anyone! Add this catch of the day to the door of your beach house.
photography by @BRIGHTONKELLER
@brightbazaar This friendly fox greets guests with a cunning smile.
photography by @BRIGHTBAZAAR
@kristarobertso Ahoy! Set sail with this nautical anchor, posing as a door knocker.
photography by @KRISTAROBERTSO
@sarakatestudios It’s no surprise that the hospitality pineapple makes a double feature. Often brought back from lengthy travels, the pineapple was given as a welcoming gesture.
@amy_stone Sally could sell us an entire pail full of these adorable seashell door knockers.
@sarakatestudios A knocker that doubles as a hanger? Sign us up.
@door_knocker And old school knocker paired with a new age color makes for a cool vibe.
photography by @DOOR_KNOCKER
@brightonkeller Can't go wrong with classic.