Jewelry at Your Door – Top Door Handles
They say a house is judged by its door but we are getting second thoughts about that. If we take a step back, any door can be ruined by a bad door handle and not quite the opposite. So how is that? We explained.
Door handles and knobs if chosen carefully can be the jewel that every room needs. Here we look at the various styles and designs you can choose from and how to complete any interior design with the right door handles and knobs.
No door is complete without suitable door furniture and the choice of handles or doorknobs you make will be a subtle, yet important detail. We see them like jewelry for a room.
While they may be a physically small item, the style you choose needs to sit well within the overall design scheme. Plus, the hardware needs to be fit for purpose, long-lasting, and suitable for carrying out important functions day-to-day.
There are lots of options when it comes to size, type, and design, and you’ll want to find the style that is going to complement your property the most. But where do you start?
In order to help you, we selected a serie of top door handles by top brands and designers, A great guide with of the most popular styles.
Sparkbrook Pull by Armac Martin
Forming part of the Sparkbrook collection. This solid-brass cabinet pull handle has a precision-engineered diamond knurl which creates a hard and uncompromising industrial styled appearance. Available in three sizes.
PullCast’s team went out on a Limb and arrived in a white sand beach with an array of tree branches, grown in solid soil and brought out to us by the strength of the blue sea. Driven by the natural cycles they shaped Limb range, a collection of unique branches made to impress, a Mid Size Door Pull for beautiful compositions in your contemporary designs. door pulls
Drawned by the wisdom, longevity, and persistence reflected in Kermandie Queen, the tallest tree in Australia. This mid-size door pull is authentic in its forms and presents a unique character in its textures. A fierce door pull for your door designs. Furthermore, this office space features lighting by LUXXU and the desk is by Brabbu!
Goat Skull Pull by Rocky Mountain Hardware
Some can find this piece bizarre or outstanding. In ether way, we believe unapologetic pieces dictate the style and drive attention.
Making a powerful first impression, this exclusive hardware design features heavy curves and a strong character in order to resemble the magnificent sand dunes in the south of Lima, Peru. doo
For any major metropolis, beauty is a precious backdrop even to appreciate things from afar. Skylines are the city’s profile, an iconic symbol, and just like our door pull, create a silhouette when set in context. Mix and match your furniture designs with the Skyline door pull that is completed in both brass and Alabastro marble.
The inspiration behind the design of this remarkable jewelry hardware design takes on back to the Celtic culture and myths as it was inspired by Belenus, the Celtic god of the sun, who according to legend possessed “the Invincible Spear”. Following this ideology, the Spear door pull was made to last and highlights a silhouette in polished brass and Nero Marquina marble, making quite a powerful statement in any main door in which it is placed.
Stilo L189/190by Enzo Mari for Olivari
Stilo is a pull handle in the straight and offset version. Available in the same collection also the door stopper and the handle designed by Enzo Mari in 2003.
Deeply inspired by Japanese culture, Baruka is meant to represent this country’s century-old culture and customs and thus became a simple yet detailed hardware piece that reflects old crafting techniques and traditions. Furthermore, this hardware design highlights an architectural brass silhouette that becomes the perfect complement for dark-toned door designs!
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