I've bought a set of painted Warren Evans furniture slightly regretfully and opted for the white painted option.
Unfortunately the furniture comes with wooden handles which have also been painted over. I really think they would look much better being replaced with silver or other handles, but the handles seem totally impossible to remove!
Despite much effort, they do not seem to want to twist or budge at all does anyone have any tips for removing them, particularly without leaving unsightly marks or damage to the surrounding area?
Thanks PigletJohn for replying. Righteo - here are some photos.
Each of the drawers (from the dressing table, side chest of drawers and the main chest of drawers) have a tiny hole on the inside (first photo). I can't get close enough or see inside the hole, to see if there is a screw or something visible.
The wardrobes don't have any hole visible on the other side (second and third photos).
Gave a few random drawer knobs a twist - still not budged an inch!
I can't make it out, but they look like the sort of knobs that are fixed with a small screw from inside. If you stroke the inside of the door with your fingertips you might feel a dimple where it was filled and painted.