Introduced earlier this year, Du Verre Hardware’s Rio Collection of cabinet hardware was not created by one of the manufacturer’s many outside designers — including Clodagh, Erin Adams, and Christopher Smith, to name a few — but by the company’s very own co-founder, CEO, and creative director, Gina Lubin. I got the chance to meet Lubin at a dinner during last month’s London Design Festival where she shared samples of the company’s precision die-cast hardware that is manufactured entirely from recycled aluminum. The Rio line of knobs and pulls features interwoven patterns of random lines and arches that appear individually handcrafted. Ranging from $13-$76, the line is available in seven sizes and three finishes (antique brass, oil rubbed bronze, and satin nickel). Based in Toronto, Du Verre Hardware can ship around the world.
Disclaimer: Du Verre Hardware Company was one of the sponsors of my trip to the London Design Festival as part of BlogTour London. The opinions in the post are entirely my own.