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A refreshed take on craftsman. Today’s discerning homeowner understands the value of products that bring beauty into the home and stand the test of time. This appreciation for good design is resulting in a new, polished take on craftsman style, nodding to an era of skilled workmanship when simplicity and quality reigned.
Top Knobs completes its Regent’s Park collection with the addition of the Ormonde and Ulster series of knobs, pulls and appliance pulls.
Top Knobs introduces the Clarence and Cumberland series to the Regent’s Park collection of knobs, pulls and appliance pulls. Distinguished by layers of character that begin at the base of each knob and pull and travel through the body of each piece, the Clarence series beautifully adapts to any genre of interior design with its transitional aesthetic. The pulls that make up the Cumberland series take a more avant-garde approach with a highly defined handgrip that is the epitome of industrial chic.
Top Knobs is calling on architects and designers to showcase their design inspirations and innovations by posting their mood boards, featuring Top Knobs hardware, for a chance to be featured on Top Knobs' social media channels.
Atlas Homewares is pleased to introduce two new collections of knobs, pulls and appliance pulls: Erika and Lennox.
With a desire for timeless style, it’s only natural that today’s décor is returning to more traditional elements. Today’s consumers are putting a playful spin on tried-and-true design, blending traditional and contemporary forms. Create a fresh take on classic with these two new Allison by Amerock styles.
Top Knobs welcomes the Kingsmill series of knobs and pulls to the Regent’s Park collection. Reminiscent of a brilliant crown jewel, the Kingsmill series powerfully delivers prominence and prestige to interior spaces.
The American and Canadian hunting knives, often referred to as “Old Hickory”, were a much loved tool for the simple reason they felt good in the hand and were consequently very effective. Designer Christina Roberts felt that naturally these were perfect to transform into door hardware.
Constantly evolving, mid-century modern style is veering from a played-out vintage feel to a renewed organic, modern chic. Infused with simplicity, today’s mid-century modern style is light and airy.
As home décor embraces a relaxed, casual feel, curvy forms and flowing round edges have a renewed energy, touching furniture, lighting, plumbing, cabinet hardware and every design elements in between. Capture the curve with this sampling of new Allison by Amerock collections.
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