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Ashley Norton’s Solid Bronze collection.

Armac Martin's Mix collection.

SieMatic SLX PURE.

The Club collection from Designer Doorware.

Pull Cast's Meteor Knob.

Cutting Edge

Accessorize your home with innovative cabinet hardware—or lack thereof

CROWN JEWEL
Hardware and jewelry designers collaborate to create Pull Cast Jewelry Hardware’s distinctive wares, which are frequently inspired by nature. The Earth Collection, featuring the Meteor knob (pictured), includes handcrafted cabinet and door hardware in a range of organic, sculptural motifs. The collection comes in brass and aluminum. pullcast.eu

BRONZE AGE
Ashley Norton’s Solid Bronze collection has expanded to include a line of handcrafted, art-grade bronze levers, knobs and pulls that impart architectural flair. Available in five finishes, the new line can be customized with a variety of plates and roses. The Cleat cabinet knob is pictured. ashleynorton.com

NO HANDLES
Sixty years ago, SieMatic debuted its first handle-less cabinetry. Now, the German brand has updated the hardware-free concept with SieMatic SLX PURE, featuring a redesigned recessed grip and integrated LED lighting channels. The new iteration has received several design awards and is available at Konst SieMatic in Bethesda. konstsiematic.com

VERY VERSATILE
British company Armac Martin has introduced MIX, a collection of solid-brass, interchangeable cabinet hardware intended for easy customization. Choose among pulls, knobs, caps and backplates in 20 finishes, in a smooth or knurled texture (pictured above). Available at Push Pull Decorative Hardware in North Bethesda. pushpullhardware.com; armacmartin.co.uk

DOWN UNDER
The Club collection of levers and door and cabinet pulls from Australian company Designer Doorware presents a contoured, modern silhouette with rounded edges. Made of brass, the line comes in a range of finishes and is compatible with various backplates and roses. designerdoorware.com

 

 

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