Modern Envy kitchen spotlights Top Knobs Nouveau hardware

House 2 Home Design & Build of Silicon Valley California recently used Top Knobs Nouveau collection in a modern kitchen redo.

This project is called Modern Envy, where form meets function. It features a combination of Scandinavian clean lines that merge with transitional/ contemporary simple elegance including Top Knobs cabinet hardware.

Top Knobs Nouveau and Nouveau III cabinet hardware

Clean geometrical lines in slab door cabinetry and tile layouts demonstrate the Scandinavian elements. The transitional/ contemporary influences are the color palette and balanced blend of curvilinear lines in lighting and plumbing fixtures. Contrasting neutral colors with a splash of vibrant green apple reflect a crisp clean atmosphere with a warm and inviting feel.

The kitchen features a well laid-out floor plan incorporating all of the client’s spatial and functional needs.  The House 2 Home project created ease of access and functionality through space planning within each workstation section. The project created a place for everything and everything in its place.

Top Knobs Nouveau Collection and Nouveau III Collection cabinet hardware were used throughout the kitchen.

Lewer SocialMedia-9Top Knobs  M1146 Nouveau collection 5-1/16” center to center brushed satin nickel crescent flair cabinet arch pulls were featured on top and bottom cabinetry. This Nouveau pull is also available in Brushed Bronze, Tuscan Bronze,  Polished Chrome and Flat Black.

Top Knobs Nouveau and Nouveau III cabinet hardware

Top Knobs M579 Nouveau III ¾” indent knobs in brushed satin nickel were also used on drawer fronts. Other finish choices for the Nouveau III Indent knob are Polished Nickel, Oil Rubbed Bronze, Tuscan Bronze, White, Aluminum, Polished Chrome and Flat Black.

Top Knobs Nouveau and Nouveau III cabinet hardware

Visit House 2 House Design at h2hdesignandbuild.com to learn more about their projects and services.

 

 

Spotlight: Master Bathroom Renovation with Top Knobs Chareau Collection

Months of planning and decision making went into the master bathroom renovation of homeowner and blogger Pamela Rosenberg at BeColorful. The result is a crisp, elegant master bath that she and her husband are sure to enjoy for years to come.

The project used a combination of Top Knobs Chareau Collection Polished Nickel Emerald Pulls and Emerald Knobs. According to Pamela, she chose the Chareau Collection because:

I felt they had enough detail to make them blend with the more traditional elements of our home but that their clean lines and simple design also gave them a bit of a contemporary edge.

Take a look! Read the complete story about Pamela’s Master Bath Renovation and Reveal HERE.

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Top Knobs Chareau Collection Emerald Knobs in Polished Nickel.

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Top Knobs Chareau Collection Emerald Pulls in Polished Nickel.

Spotlight: Designer Richard Landon and Top Knobs Sanctuary Collection

Richard P. Landon, principal of Richard Landon Design, a design firm located in Bellevue, WA, recently used Top Knobs in a kitchen remodel.  Top Knobs Sanctuary Collection 5″ Linear Pulls in the Tuscan Bronze finish were selected for the project. We caught up with Landon to get all the details, and to find out why he chose Top Knobs!

Tell us a little about the project. Can you give us some background on the kitchen where you used our Sanctuary Collection?

The project is in a development north of Seattle called “Mill Creek.” I remodeled this home for a previous client whose home I’d remodeled 24 years earlier! They had such a positive experience that they looked me up when they sold their two-story home in Everett, WA, and moved to Mill Creek to a rambler [ranch house] to be nearer to their family, as they approached retirement.

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Why did you select Top Knobs Sanctuary Collection?

I wanted a pull, not a knob, because handles are easier to grasp than knobs. I also wanted a pull that had varying lengths. That way, I can size the pull to proportionately balance the doors and drawer fronts. I appreciate Top Knobs’ commitment to providing multiple lengths. It makes it much easier to find the right combination of pulls. The lighter shading on the edges of the [Sanctuary Collection Linear] pull echoed the bead at the edge of the cabinet faces. The handle’s rectangular post fit the overall aesthetic of the room’s elements.

Finally, imagine you took the pull and stretched it, while scaling it up. It would strongly resemble the shape of the sliding door cabinet and the shelf that extends to the right.

Take a look!

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Top Knobs Sanctuary Collection 5″ Linear Pull

 

Landon is a Certified Master Kitchen & Bath Designer (CMKBD) and president of the Northwest Society of Interior Designers. His firm, Richard Landon Design, specializes in space planning for new homes and remodels, particularly kitchens and baths. Learn more about him at Spaceplanner.com.

Photographer: William Feemster; ImageArts Photography (Imageartsphoto.com)

Guest Post: CFT 411 – “Glitter”

We welcome Joseph Freenor, blogger at CFT 411 who was so kind to share this article he wrote on Top Knobs. Joe is a writer and woodworker and for those of us in social media – he is one of the original bloggers who first entered the scene and informed us on the kitchen and bath industry. You can find his wonderful blog at http://cft411.com/.

“Glitter”

Whether one works as a woodworker or an interior designer, every part of design is a challenge, up to and including the hardware for furniture or cabinetry. From the outside looking in, it’s nothing more than a knob or hinge, and one will do the job just as well as another. And in the strictest, most utilitarian sense, this is certainly true. But that said, there is a world of difference between the plain knob that enables one to open a cabinet door, and a knob that adorns the piece. And even that, the word “adorns” can, if it is not used correctly do more to damage the look of a piece than to help it.

When I took woodworking classes at Palomar College we studied hardware, but the entire focus was on the more arcane aspects of it: how many threads to an inch does a certain bolt have-that sort of thing. Even now, my eyes glaze over at the memory of that particular class, but as it is with any discipline, there is a certain boTop Knobs USA 6dy of information one must simply have is if one is to succeed at it. But to return this to our current discussion, I’m not sure that there is anywhere a class in what makes this particular knob a good choice for a cabinet and this other a poor choice.

I think about all a body can do, really, is to find one of the better makers of hardware, examine their output, and choose whatever seems to look best of on the piece itself. And it is important, too, that the hardware itself be made well, because even though it’s “just a knob,” if made on the cheap, it will tend to cheapen the piece on which it resides. And with that, I can introduce the subject of today’s blog, because Top Knobs is certainly one of the finer makers of hardware.

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