Kitchen & Bath Hardware by Top Knobs

New hardware designs on display at the Top Knobs booth during the 2014 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show. © Rita Catinella Orrell
New hardware designs on display at the Top Knobs booth during the 2014 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show earlier this month. © Rita Catinella Orrell

Kitchen and bath cabinet hardware specialists Top Knobs introduced several new hardware collections along with sister company Hardware Resources at an event at their booth during the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show earlier this month in Las Vegas. The new products on display included Europa, Holland, and Glacier, three designs in the company’s Mercer Collection.

The new Europa series of pulls and knobs offer a subtle minimal design. The series’ Tab Pulls (in seven sizes from 1- 1/4” to 12”)  and Cut Out Tab Pulls (in three sizes from 3-3/4” to 6”) are styled with hand polished details and attach to the inside of the drawer for a minimal look. Also new to the Mercer Collection is the Holland series, named after the bud-like end shape. The Holland series is available with one knob, four pull sizes, plus 12” and and 18” appliance pulls. Finally, the Glacier series is available with two knobs (¾” and 1-1/2”) and seven sizes of pulls from 2” to 12”. Handles are available in five finishes, including Brushed Satin Nickel, Polished Chrome, Polished Nickel, Sable and Umbrio, and come with a proprietary sealed finish and lifetime warranty. Retail prices vary based on style, size, and finish, and range anywhere from $5.00 to $168 per piece.

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The Holland Series of hardware. Image courtesy Top Knobs.
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The Europa Series of hardware. Image courtesy Top Knobs.
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The Glacier series of hardware. Courtesy Top Knobs.
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A display by Top Knobs’ sister company Hardware Resources at their shared booth during KBIS earlier this month. © Rita Catinella Orrell
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Crystal pulls on display at the Top Knobs booth during KBIS. © Rita Catinella Orrell

Disclaimer: Top Knobs was one of several sponsors of my trip to Design & Construction Week as part of BlogTour Vegas. The opinions in the post are entirely my own.

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