One day it dawned on me my bright brass door knobs were really dated and it would be a relatively inexpensive reno to change them out along with the door hinges. Indoor non-keyed knobs have two styles – passage (non-locking) and privacy (locking for bedrooms and bathrooms). I tested a satin nickel privacy knob from Lowes but thought the knob was a bit small and thought a lever would be a better choice. I’ve heard that the city of Vancouver building code requires lever knobs because of the aging population. I purchased Defiant privacy levers from Home Depot in the US for all of the bedrooms. They have a hefty lever, are reversible for left or right swing, and the latch can fit either a drilled hole or mortised latch. The downside was they are a bit too easy to open when locked from the outside. The slot on the front can be turned with a finger. Because of that, I bought a Kwikset lever for the bathroom. It has a small hole in the front than will need a small screwdriver to open.
I purchased matching satin nickel door hinges from Dick’s Lumber. They were actually cheaper than Home Depot and included screws.