Contemporary Pull drew in the crowds at the official launch of its product line during the 2014 Architectural Digest Home Design Show last March. The company had four different product lines on display in natural, ebony, bronze, bordeax, peacock (blue), and canary (green) finishes. Truly contemporary hardware is rare in this industry, and the designs caught my eye at the show not only for their crisp shapes, but their brilliant finishes.
The Milwaukee-based hardware manufacturer was created when abstract artist Pamela Anderson and her husband Steven, an engineer, found a niche in the marked for contemporary hardware designs while redesigning their own kitchen. Made from industrial-grade, aluminum hardware, the pulls are placed into a customized recess in a door or drawer and when mounted run flush with the cabinetry. All products are made in the United States with a water-based anodized process that eliminates harmful or toxic chemicals. In addition, excess materials from the manufacturing process are recycled, making the products ideal for LEED projects.
All images courtesy Contemporary Pull.