Our top three hardware design trends so far this year
One subtle way to make a statement in any interior space is through the hardware. The fixtures and fittings that you choose can have a monumental impact on the overall look and feel of your home.
With its machined design and separate back plates, the Dougan collection boasts a bold, deco inspired feel. The collection consists of one knob, two cabinet pulls, and an appliance pull.
This fabulous Noel Dempsey kitchen features the Dougan collection in a burnished brass finish. The metal’s unique properties mean it is the perfect choice of hardware for this environment, whilst providing a sophisticated beauty to the space.
Contrast is key for adding visual depth to any space. Combining silver, gold, brass or iron with additional metal accents creates texture and layers, whilst counteracting the minimalist look.
These close-ups of two striking spaces designed and created by The Cheshire Kitchen Company showcase our MIX collection in all its glory.
Manufactured from solid-brass machined components, consumers can “mix” their own version of the collection by selecting the style and finish of the knobs, caps and back plates.
Mixed finishes are ideal for contemporary and modern interiors, including kitchens, wardrobes, bathrooms and freestanding furniture.
The neutral colour palette throughout this stunning room designed by Richard Burke Kitchens requires metallic accents such as gold, brass and nickel in order to add warmth, texture and colour.
The cool-toned cabinetry pairs perfectly with these burnished brass pulls from our Leebank collection.
Consisting of another solid-brass assortment, the Leebank collection emits an industrial look with its machined straight knurl detail.