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Our product is grouped by design style to allow you to quickly narrow down your hardware options. A manageable selection is essential in the hardware decision process.

To reassure your hardware choice, your designer or dealer is able to request samples of up to 5 different hardware styles free of charge.

 

CLASSIC COMFORT Casual | Refined

Transitional style creates a welcoming and serene atmosphere by blending modern innovation with classic design. This style may reference details from the past, but there must be something new that makes it fresh and updated.

PROFILE

Curves combine with straight lines in a transitional style. A lack of ornamentation and decoration keeps the focus on the simplicity and sophistication of the design.

FINISH

Emphasize contrast by mixing dark cabinetry with polished or brushed nickel pulls. For lighter cabinetry accent with dark brown finishes like oil rubbed bronze and Verona bronze add depth.

 

 

UPTOWN APPEAL Sleek | Modern

Contemporary design showcases space and open floor plans. This style often has clean, sleek lines and is marked by solid neutral colors accented by bold punches of color. The intricate balance of bold yet simple is what makes this style so sophisticated.

PROFILE

Smooth, clean, geometric shapes with few intricate details.

FINISH

Polished surfaces such as chrome are most popular in this design style. Other finish options range from neutrals such as stainless steel and brushed nickel to bold colors like black.

 

 

TIMELESS CHARM Formal | Balanced

Traditional design spaces have a classic elegance created by using light and neutral colors that blend well with accent colors and accessories. This style often uses symmetry which adds to the formality of the space. Intricate details such as deep crown moldings and baseboards are most prevalent in traditional design settings.

PROFILE

Patterns and detailed accents are most common in this design style. Shapes are soft with smooth edges that blend together seamlessly.

FINISH

In traditional design it is most common to coordinate cabinet hardware with the finish treatment of faucets and fixtures. Warm tones create a welcoming, relaxed look. Rich brown finishes such as Venetian and Oil Rubbed Bronze are complimentary to glazed cabinets.

 

 

ARTISAN INSPIRED Detailed | Craftsmanship

The trademark of ARTISAN style interiors is a relaxed, comfortable look that has the ambience of a historic place in time. This welcoming style can be created through the use of color, texture, and material. Artisan design blends simple styling and quality craftsmanship to create a setting that is both of the moment and timeless.

Artisan elements are a mix of various influences, such as antiques, and earthy materials, like tumbled marble, tile and limestone. Colors are commonly rich, warm and deep in tone. Beautiful details are incorporated into construction such as clean lines, plastered walls, and exposed beams.

PROFILE

Shapes are detailed and unique to provide a hand crafted look. The hardware is often bold and oversized which adds to the rustic appeal.

FINISH

Distressed and matte finishes are most common in this design style. Warm earthy tones such as copper and wrought iron give an historic essence.