Craftsman hardware is something that can be utilized all throughout your vintage home. Arts and crafts hardware can be used on all kinds of cabinetry. For instance, if you are renovating your kitchen or bathroom, you most certainly will be in need of mission style knobs or mission pulls and certainly some complimentary hinges or hinge plates in a harmonizing style. These really add a lot in an old kitchen if you want to refresh the area without spending a bundle, or can give a new, old house kitchen a real high level of authenticity. Many of our collections of craftsman hardware give off a real heavy duty, substantial look in their styling. This goes well with the clean lines of certain furnishings in the mission and arts and crafts design scheme. A big, hand hammered, copper pull that is nearly six inches wide, can look astonishing installed with a beautiful oak sideboard in the dining room or den. They can look as if as if they were installed when the piece of furniture was first constructed. Speaking of kitchens, don't miss investigating the cabinet latches in polished nickel, satin nickel or oil rubbed bronze finish, they are real eye catching too! The Watkins cottage knobs can look extremely attractive in a kitchen or on a piece of furniture also.
Be sure and view our selection of mission style hardware with enameling inlaid in the styling. This give a real vintage look to enhance your surroundings and come in a few various floral looks, including spring looking flowers and roses. Very attractive indeed, almost a little bit art deco looking. Craftsman style drawer pulls are one area that you won't want to ignore. Even more intricate in design are the pieces of hardware that under the gingko knob and more, collection. These knobs include not only gingko, but also Sweet William, and Rowan tree design knobs and pulls. This style looks very good if you have any William Morris design in your home decor design.
Do you have a battered garage sale furniture find that needs new mission furniture hardware? Be sure to measure the distance between the drawer pull holes. Go from the center of the first hole to the center of the other hole. That way you can make sure to acquire hardware that will fit correctly.
We are particularly proud of the pieces modeled after the classic pacific motif arts and crafts drawer pulls popularized by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. For Scottish influenced arts and crafts styling they are difficult to beat. Furthermore, all the pieces in the collection are eminently affordable. These kind of values are rarely seen in modern times.
More sedate in styling, but very heavy duty nonetheless, the cast bronze style hardware is very appropriate for the time period. Clean lines that were so indicative of the Arts and Crafts period always look clean and not overly ornate for putting with your mission style furnishings. We also have an assortment to complement hardware that belongs in the bathroom that fits in with this style. It includes towel bars, hooks, paper holders, knobs and rings. All very vintage looking for a period bathroom. So enjoy adding some new hardware in the home, many wonderful compliments and inquiries as to their whereabouts are sure to follow. With a minimum of effort, expense, and grief Craftsman style hardware can really elevate a room to showplace status.