We offer knobs for just about any interior door you have. Here is what you need to know:
The latch you order must fit your backset for your door. What is a backset?
The backset is the distance from the edge of the door to the center of your 2-1/8-inch bore hole. In the United States, the most common backset for residential doors is 2-3/8 inches. For older doors and customers outside of the US, you should measure, as 2 3/4 inch backset are also common.
Our French Door sets have no latch so you do not need to measure the backset for those options.
Passage door knobs are used where no lock is needed.
We explain backset, passage locks, privacy, options for different French door knobs and more in this easy to understand door hardware guide.
For Knobs on BOTH Sides of ONE French Door. Our exclusive simple self-centering stop-bracket alignment system allows you to line up both sides of a door perfectly and is much stronger than currently used hardware. The knob will not turn, and has a solid feel to pull the door open.
Also called Dummy or Faux knobs.
For Knobs on ONE Sides of TWO French Doors. A no drill installation. Our extra strong dummy bracket keeps the back side of your door smooth and hold the knob securely. The knob will not turn, and has a solid feel to pull the door open.
Many people like to use this type of mounting system for home decorating projects: Coat, tote and towel hooks—Hang art and photos—Curtain tie backs and rod finials.