In Napa Valley, California 22 designers transformed three properties on historic Randolph street to be part of the 2015 Napa Valley Showhouse, held in conjunction with and benefiting the Napa Valley Film Festival. Traditional Home Magazine gave readers a tour of the homes, including the project “267 Randolph Street” where Top Knobs decorative hardware was featured.
In the kitchen and breakfast area, designers Lori Gilder and Rebecca Reynolds collaborated to create a bright design that played off the popular subway tile installation. “A crisp white backdrop was the ideal canvas for building the layers of this classic yet modern kitchen,” says Lori Gilder.
The space efficient White Shaker-style cabinets are completed with Light Bronze finish flat sided pulls from Top Knobs Aspen collection of hand finished, solid cast bronze cabinet hardware.
Photos courtesy of Dustin Peck, Matt Sartain and Traditional Home Magazine. View the entire project here.
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One of the most frequently asked questions we receive at Top Knobs is “can I use different knobs and pulls in the same kitchen and have it look OK?” The answer is an astounding yes!
Mixing and matching is exactly the reason why Top Knobs products are organized into collections. Within a collection you can mix and match knobs and pulls of various shapes and designs and still get a unified style in your kitchen.
For example, from the Aspen II Collection you can use one Aspen II pull design on cabinets and another Aspen II pull design on drawers. Use the same length or different lengths, or use the same finish or a different finish, and still have a unified look and style in your kitchen.
Mix and match different styles from the same Top Knobs collection to create a look that’s “all you.”
Pull from Aspen II Collection