At Home with Hollywood: Top Knobs Aspen Twig Pulls Help Transform a Surprise Kitchen Renovation

Actress Jenna Fischer, best known for the TV series The Office, recently supervised the design and surprise renovation of her sister’s St. Louis home. While Fischer was in Los Angeles, she and her designer used the technology of Houzz for inspiration and to select materials for the open concept living room, dining room and kitchen redesign.

Photo by Karr Bick Kitchen and Bath – Top Knobs Aspen Twig Pulls in Light Bronze

As part of the project, Top Knobs Aspen Twig pulls were used on upper and lower cream colored cabinets in the family’s kitchen, as well as on grey storage cabinets the entryway. The natural. rustic shape and Light Bronze finish of the decorative hardware adds an old-world touch to an otherwise contemporary kitchen design.

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Each solid bronze Aspen pull is hand-cast from 90% recycled bronze and hand-finished for a beautiful, elegant style. Made with solid castings of artisan grade bronze, it is quality in the palm of your hand. Aspen Twig pulls are available in 3 1/2″, 5″, 8″ and 12″ lengths. Eight finishes complement nearly any color scheme: Light Bronze, Medium Bronze, Mahogany Bronze, Silicon Bronze Light, Brushed Satin Nickel, Polished Chrome, and Polished Nickel.

Photo by Karr Bick Kitchen and Bath – Top Knobs Aspen Twig Pulls in Light Bronze
Photo by Karr Bick Kitchen and Bath – Top Knobs Aspen Twig Pulls in Light Bronze

A video of the complete Houzz project and kitchen renovation including Top Knobs is available below.

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Flat black Top Knobs hardware adds charm to One Room Challenge kitchen

When designer Vanessa Francis participated in the ‘One Room Challenge‘ she choose Top Knobs cabinet hardware to be part of her charming kitchen renovation.

Twice a year, twenty design bloggers participate in the One Room Challenge and transform a space. Every Wednesday for six weeks, designers document their process via social media while sharing their sources and professional advice. For the most recent challenge, Francis redesigned her own outdated kitchen.

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Vanessa Francis in her redesigned One Room Challenge kitchen

Top Knobs Barrington Channing 3 3/4″cup pulls (TK773BLK) and Top Knobs Serene Lily 1 1/8″ knobs (TK820BLK) were used. Francis selected Top Knobs’ Flat Black finish to offset off-white cabinetry.

Here’s a close up look at the pieces installed in the refreshed kitchen.

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Top Knobs Serene Collection – 1 1/8″ Lily knob

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Lower cabinets and drawers feature Top Knobs Barrington Collection – 3 3/4″ Channing cup pulls

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The flat black cabinet hardware finish accents off-white cabinetry

Read details about the complete kitchen makeover on Francis’ Decor Happy blog. All photos courtesy Ashley Capp.

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Barrington: a graceful and fluid decorative hardware choice

Graceful and fluid. Two words that well describe the Top Knobs Barrington Collection of decorative cabinet hardware. Available in 36 shapes in five series, including crystal and glass knobs, Barrington adds style and refinement to any space.

The collection spans the spectrum of elegant yet sleek design. The knobs and pulls from each series in this transitional collection can be used individually or together to reflect a designer’s style and create a unique look in any kitchen or bath. Barrington knobs and pulls are available in an assortment of finishes including Flat Black, Brushed Satin Nickel, Oil Rubbed Bronze, Polished Chrome, Polished Nickel, Sable, Tuscan Bronze and Umbrio.

Visit Top Knobs’ website to view the complete collection, and to order samples of your favorite pieces.

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Transcend Collection brings a modern look to a colonial kitchen

With help from designer Sarah Robertson, interior designer Suzanne McGrath set out to re-design her home kitchen with the primary goal of re-vamping the space to feature an expansive storage capacity in an open and welcoming way.

screen-shot-2016-09-07-at-4-19-24-pmThe renovation, featured on today.com by Houzz contributor Mitchell Parker, included custom cabinets to hold every item imaginable, including a recessed paper towel holder, a mixer shelf, a spice drawer, a custom knife block drawer and slots for baking sheets.

Even more unique is a wide spice drawer to the left of the range to organizes jars. “You can read the labels and don’t have to reach for ones high up,” Robertson says. “It’s a great setup right by a range. When I redo my own kitchen, I’m going to put in two.”

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Top Knobs Transcend Ascendra Pulls accent this colonial kitchen featured on Houzz

 

Light blue subway tiles were used as a backsplash to provide a bit of color to the 1920s Colonial-style home. To modernize the look, hints of stainless steel appliances and cabinet hardware were used throughout the kitchen as well.  “It could be interpreted either way — modern or traditional. That’s what I like about it,” says Robertson.

The custom cabinets were complete with Ascendra knobs and pulls from the Top Knobs Transcend collection.

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Read the complete article on Today.com or view the slideshow on Houzz.

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Personalizing Appliances with Appliance Pulls

Appliance pulls from Top Knobs offer an opportunity to personalize appliances in a way that is both elegant and durable – all while creating a coordinating look in the kitchen. The Appliance Pull collection  is offered in a variety of styles and 8 different lengths to match any design scheme.

Designed to coordinate with Top Knobs pulls and knobs, some of the most popular Top Knobs Appliance Pulls include the Kara Appliance Pull, Edgewater Appliance Pull, Ascendra Appliance Pull, Hopewell Appliance Pull and Reeded Appliance Pull.

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What exactly is an Appliance Pull?
An Appliance Pull is typically used on a paneled refrigerator, freezer, trash compactor, or dishwasher where the front of the appliance looks like a cabinet face rather than an appliance. The Appliance Pull is used to open the appliance door. Top Knobs has an extensive range of Appliance Pulls in a variety of styles and finishes. The choice of what Appliance Pull style to use is usually based on matching the knobs and pulls on the other cabinets and drawers.

What are the lengths of your Appliance Pulls?
Top Knobs Appliance Pulls range in length from 8″ to 30″.

How do I install an Appliance Pull?
It is best to refer to the manufacturer’s installation manual of your appliance. We recommend professional installation by a Top Knobs showroom dealer.

All Top Knobs products come with proprietary sealed finish and lifetime warranty. Visit www.topknobs.com to view the entire collection. For more information, view our catalog here.

 

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Top Knobs adds life to a rowhouse kitchen

In Mount Pleasant, Washington D.C., rowhouse homeowners Lydia Pelliccia and Craig Schumpert transformed their narrow, dark galley kitchen into a spacious, family-friendly kitchen. The kitchen renovation includes Top Knobs decorative hardware and was featured in The Washington Post.

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“We cook a lot for ourselves and entertain fairly regularly, and we wanted stuff within reach,” says Schumpert. “We wanted to be able to minimize clutter and didn’t want to bump into each other all the time when cooking.” He and Pelliccia wanted to be able to prepare dinner while having their daughter, Lola, 9, sitting nearby doing homework.

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Interior designer Carmel Greer of District Design removed the interior walls on the main floor and expanding the kitchen to the full width of the house, placing the living area in front and the dining area in back. The kitchen is now the centerpiece of this house, and light floods in from both directions.

Top Knobs Pennington Bar Pulls grace this Maryland kitchen.

Top Knobs Pennington Bar Pulls grace this Maryland kitchen.

Greer accented the lower cabinets with Top Knobs Pennington bar pulls in Brushed Satin Nickel. The contemporty bar pulls are available in 11 sizes, from 3″ to 37 3/16, and in five finishes, Flat Black, Brushed Satin Nickel, Polished Nickel, Oil Rubbed Bronze and Polished Chrome, to match a variety of decors.

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Read the complete article on The Washington Post.

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Top Knobs Perfects A Lakeside Cottage Kitchen

SigKitBathTop Knobs has helped transform another beautiful kitchen, as seen in Signature Kitchens & Baths Magazine.

Designer Jill Brecheisin of Kitchens By Design was hired by the owners of a lakeside cottage in Michigan to transform their L-shaped kitchen into a beautiful entertainment destination for their friends, children and neighbors. While the original 31’ by 14’ was spacious, it lacked style and didn’t utilize all of the floor space to it’s maximum potential.

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Using a custom planked decorative range hood as the focal point for the kitchen, the designer also included two island counters, one for food prep and one for dining. The antique white cabinetry was perfectly accented by Top Knobs cabinet hardware in Patina Rouge.

The remodeled kitchen includes knobs and pulls from the Normandy collection, as well as Somerset Finial from the Appliance Pull collection.

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Top Knobs Shines in ‘Kitchen & Bath Makeovers’ Magazine

KBMLargeTop Knobs took over the project scene in the Summer 2015 edition of Better Homes & Gardens: Kitchen & Bath Makeovers. Top Knobs products were featured in three different projects, all designed with their own unique twist!

These kitchen and bath makeovers took place in homes all around the United States. Each project had a different budget ranging from small to large, proving that Top Knobs products can accommodate any sized project.

 

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Growing Pains: Homeowners Molly and Andy Beals remodeled their master bathroom with a budget of only $710. They took their previously dark and busy chevron patterned bathroom, and turned it into a tranquil space using hues of cool neutral colors.

To compliment the new light and earthy colors, the Beals replaced their old vanity countertop with a lighter colored one. Top Knobs Charlotte 3” pulls were used to complete the look and give the vanity even more of a fresh feel.


 

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Fresh Era: Over in San Diego, Joanne O’Dea and John Rudderham agreed to remodel their 13-year-old kitchen after 18 long months of planning. Living in a bungalow with a small sized kitchen, Joanne and John’s main remodeling goals were to give the kitchen a fresh new feel, while simultaneously increasing storage space.

The homeowners chose shades of light green to give the kitchen a cheerful vibe and installed new cabinets all around the kitchen to give them more storage space. To finish off their new space, Joanne and John used Top Knobs Cabinet Cup Pulls on the drawers that lined their kitchen.


 

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Over The Moon: Last, Atlanta designer Kelly Kole redesigned her bathroom after falling in love with a blue and white floral wallpaper. After deciding upon the wallpaper as the high-point of the room, she then used creamy-white paint colors and bath accessories to bring the rest of the room together.

The bathroom also features duel vanities and custom cabinetry to match the color scheme of the room. Once installed, the vanity was completed by adding cabinet hardware from the Top Knobs Asbury Collection in a polished nickel finish.

 

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In The News: Top Knobs becomes part of classic townhouse restoration

07 14 Traditional Home (TK)_edited-1Interior designer Mary Douglas’ recent restoration project of a 1920s townhouse is featured in the latest issue of Traditional Home magazine and Top Knobs is part of the classic transformation.

Washington D.C. couple Barbara and Bill Sullivan, owners of the stunning townhouse on Embassy Row which Douglas re-decorated, are friends of the designers and knew of her talent and decor style from her flawless track record working with clients.

Douglas has been working to restore the “classic jewel box” for over 20 years and says “It’s really just evolved just as I have.”

The townhouse was build in 1924 by local architect Robert O. Scholz and the Sullivans wanted the place to have as much of a vintage feel and look as possible. Douglas was able to provide that by reintroducing vintage elements such as historic crown moldings, friezes, paneling and wood trim- all things synonymous with historical beauty.

The kitchen includes a silk checkered fabric used for draperies which sets the foundation for the rest of the room’s design.  Top Knobs cabinet hardware was used to highlight the beautiful cabinetry.

“It has a simplicity and directness to it,” says Barbara Sullivan of her new restored home. “And at the end of the day, that’s what I hope people take away with them when they visit us: that they’ve been to a warm, inviting home that offers up a little bit of s surprise in each and every room.”.

The article “Past Perfect” from Traditional Home magazine is written by Brielle M. Ferreira, produced by Jenny Bradley and photographs by Ron Blunt.

 

Top Knobs helps DIY show Kitchen Crashers with a farm house makeover

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The “before” kitchen was plain and equipped with outdated appliances.

Noted kitchen contractor Allison Victoria was at it again! When you see her coming, look out!

“We are looking for nasty kitchens,” the host of the popular DIY network Kitchen Crashers show tells unsuspected families and couples shopping for home repair items.

After hunting down shoppers, Victoria finally comes across an unassuming young married couple Anne and Matt who are in desperate need of a kitchen makeover for the home they share with their small children.

Top Knobs kitchen hardware brings beauty to the new kitchen!!

Top Knobs kitchen hardware brings beauty to the new kitchen!

That was music to Victoria’s ears!

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Victoria showing the new Top Knobs Somerset II collection cabinet hardware to the homeowners.

She follows them to their urban farm house to see the kitchen and realizing how outdated it is, returns with a team of builders to redo their kitchen adding Top Knobs hardware to the cabinets.

Over a period of three days, the entire team with the help of the homeowners’ friends and family, tear apart the old kitchen and create a new, stylish one for the entire family.

The Top Knobs Somerset II cabinet hardware collection in oil rubbed bronze, gives added beauty to the kitchen and mixes in very well with the lime colored fresh paint.

Victoria even gets homeowner Anne involved with the cabinet hardware installation by letting her attach the pieces to the cabinets using a handheld drill.

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The “after” new kitchen is stunning and kid friendly!

The end result is a beautiful, updated and modern urban farm house kitchen with stunning new Top Knobs hardware that the family can enjoy and cherish forever in their home.

The renovated kitchen is now kid friendly. The homeowners can now spend more time in the kitchen with their new seating and appreciating the new ultra modern decor without worrying about their children’s safety.

For more information on how to get the look featured in this kitchen, please visit www.topknobs.com