Posts Tagged 'cabinet hardware'

Top Knobs Hardware: New Passport And Sanctuary Collections

Top Knobs Hardware - Passport Collection Great Wall

Top Knobs recently introduced a unique concept in cabinet hardware with the Passport Collection, which is inspired by world-renowned destinations such as the Great Wall of China, Australia’s Sydney Opera House, London’s Tower Bridge, the ancient Egyptian city of Luxor, Africa’s Victoria Falls and Rome’s Trevi Fountain.

Each of the Passport Collections offer many different finishes, including Brushed Satin Nickel, Polished Chrome, Polished Nickel, Pewter Antique, Tuscan Bronze, German Bronze and Light Bronze. Each collection includes exquisitely shaped knobs, pulls, handles, appliance handles and more, offered in a wide variety of sizes and designs.

Top Knobs Hardware Sanctuary II Collection

Top Knobs Sanctuary II Collection

This year, Top Knobs released their new Sanctuary II collection of decorative hardware. This collection was designed  to meet a growing demand for contemporary and transitional styles, featuring clean, sophisticated lines. The Sanctuary II line is available in six finishes including new white, aluminum and stainless steel pieces. All thirty knobs and pulls are designed to be mixed and matched, making for many different unique combinations.

These and many other cabinet hardware possibilities are available from Kitchen Views.

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Brandy Souza: Tiffany’s Never Had It So Good!

Brandy Souza, Kitchen Views at National Lumber

In the fashion world we “dress up” our outfits with jewelry that represents who we are and how we want people to see us. In the kitchen design world, hardware is our jewelry and should represent the same qualities. With all the new glass and specialty metals, why would you ever put a plain pull, handle or knob on your new cabinets? I have worked with contractors and retail clients alike that want to “just put something on” to get it over with. Make no mistake, rushing or settling for just any hardware will make your choices harder when you want to change in the future. The holes have already been drilled and you then have to settle for another hardware piece. My recommendations for hardware are simple, pick something out that you truly love and represents who you are.

Love the seaside? Try Sietto’s hand blown glass knobs and handles.

Sietto’s hand blown glass cabinet knobs and handles

Want the latches your grandmother had? Try Berenson Hardware.

Berenson hardware latch

And for the nautical bath? Laurey has fun hardware for anywhere that needs a little personality.

Laurey hardware - starfish

Now let’s talk (hold your ears, Tiffany) price. Individual hardware can range from $1.00 to $25 a piece depending on the quality of the hardware and the availability. There is a price difference in plated metals and solid metals. Plated metal pulls and knobs do not carry much of a warranty and usually show ware in a year or two where solid metal hardware usually have a lifetime warranty.

There are many choices of jewelry for your cabinets, but in the end, the Views should be Yours.

Brandy L. Souza
Assistant General Manager
Kitchen Views at National Lumber
120 Welby Rd, New Bedford, MA 02745
Office: 508-990-8020 x3163
Fax: 508-742-1498
bsouza@kitchenviews.com

*All products mentioned in the blog are available through any one of our 8 locations.


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