Top Knobs Introduces Grace, A Collection of Decorative Hardware Reflecting 25 Years of Design Innovation

Top Knobs, the leading manufacturer of decorative kitchen and bath hardware, introduces the Grace collection. Inspired by the ageless beauty of New York’s five boroughs, Grace includes knobs, pulls and appliance pulls that lend a nod to some of Top Knobs’ most well-loved designs over the past 25 years.

 

“Grace is an exceptional collection that pays homage to some of our most successful collections,” states Christine Zimmer, Top Knobs Product Manager. “Design, style and industry innovations have evolved tremendously from where we were 25 years ago. The end result is something we are quite proud of and feel our customers will love.”

 

Grace Collection Details: 
  • 276 pieces
  • Six series: Henderson, Pomander, Kent, Riverside, Minetta, and Barrow
  • 3 Appliance pull styles available in sizes 12″ and 18″
  • Pulls in all 6 series available in sizes ranging from 3 ¾” to 12″
  • Knobs in 4 series available in sizes 1 ¼” and 2″
All hardware in the Grace collection is available in six desirable finishes including: Ash Gray (AG), Brushed Satin Nickel (BSN), Flat Black (BLK), Honey Bronze (HB), Polished Chrome (PC) and Polished Nickel (PN). MSRP for the Grace collection ranges from $7.30 to $146.20. Visit TopKnobs.com for more information.

Tops Knobs Takes This “One Room Challenge” Kitchen from Drab to Fab

In just six short weeks, Interior Designer Vanessa Francis transformed her sister Arlene’s kitchen from drab and outdated to bright and modern with the help of Top Knobs. “It was a labour of love,” said Vanessa who completed the project as part of the One Room Challenge. “I am so happy that Arlene is so happy with the end result. If she didn’t live an hour and fifteen minutes away, I would be over there every day for dinner admiring her kitchen.” 

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After

When starting the project Vanessa’s first task was to improve the function and flow of the kitchen. A large plant was that was taking up too much valuable storage space was immediately relocated and replaced with floor to ceiling cabinetry. “Having all of your food in one location rather than multiple cabinets is one of the goals when designing kitchens,” explained Vanessa. 

Another goal of the kitchen design was to provide as much storage space as possible. On a single wall in the newly renovated kitchen, there are nine drawers. “I love the cup pulls from Top Knobs and how the finish recedes into the cabinetry,” Vanessa explains. For a streamlined, yet trendy look, Vanessa utilized the Top Knobs Kinney KnobChanning Cup Pull, and  Kinney Pull in 7 9/16 inch, 5 1/16 inch and 3 3/4 inch on the drawers and cabinets.

In an effort to achieve a more contemporary look, Vanessa replaced the old terra cotta tiles with more neutral large format tiles. Budget-friendly cabinetry from IKEA and simple white subway tile also helped to brighten the room for a more inviting ambiance.

To create even more counter space and storage Vanessa moved the sink replaced it with a more on-trend offering that complemented the cabinet hardware. “I just love the modern take on a traditional bridge faucet,” she says.

Last, Vanessa wanted to add a personal touch to the space. “My sister and her husband  have owned a bike store, Bicycles Plus, in Whitby for around 30 years and as a result they are both avid cyclists.” To make this kitchen truly feel like home, there are a few references to their love of cycling in the kitchen: The vintage Tour de France poster that her nephew bought in Paris on our trip this summer, the tea towel that she picked up in Vancouver, and a black cycling statue from HomeSense.

A special thank you to Vanessa for choosing Top Knobs to transform her sister’s kitchen! See Vanessa’s entire One Room Challenge project here!

The Top Knobs KBIS 2019 Preview is Here!

This February, Top Knobs is heading back to Vegas for the annual Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The 2019 show runs from February 19-21 and features the freshest designs from over 600 leading brands in the industry. Over 31,000 attendees will visit the show for a first look at trends for the new year.

Top Knobs is exhibiting at booth N2763 where they will be showcasing their latest catalog of offerings, as well as a new digital selection tool for designers and homeowners. For free expo only passes, register here with code: EXIV131819.

TOP KNOBS KBIS PREVIEW

Celebrating 25 Years with Grace

Tkick off the milestone year, Top Knobs will unveil the Grace Collection at KBIS 2019. Grace is a celebration of Top Knobs most popular designs over the past 25 years, stripped down and crafted for a collection of hardware that is nothing short of spectacular.

 

 


Debuting the New Digital Selection Tool

Top Knobs is announcing the launch of its new online digital selection tool that eliminates the stress of hardware selection by transforming it into a personalized design experience. The new tool makes choosing the right style, finish and size easy (and fast) for designers and homeowners.


2019 Catalog Now Available

Just in time for KBIS, Top Knobs releases their 2019 product catalog. The beautifully designed and easy to navigate catalog features all of Top Knobs extraordinary collections of cabinet hardware.

New to the 2019 catalog is the Grace collection. Returning favorites include the 2018 Lynwood collection and Ash Gray / Honey Bronze finish collection.

Download the catalog here.


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Top Knobs Celebrates 25 Years With Grace

Top Knobs is celebrating 25 years of excellence. Tkick off the milestone year, Top Knobs will unveil its new collection, Graceat the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in Las Vegas, February 19 through 21, at booth: N2763. 

“Grace is a celebration of our most popular designs over the past 25 years,” states Christine Zimmer, Top Knobs Product Manager. “We’ve taken some of our most successful pieces, stripped them down and crafted a collection of hardware that is nothing short of spectacular.”  

Within the 5 boroughs of New York lies a treasure trove of streets and neighborhoods that exemplify a timeless sophistication that draws people in. That ageless beauty is what inspired the new designs. The Grace collection is comprised of 276 pieces in 6 series: Barrow, Henderson, Kent, Pomander, Minetta and Riverside.     

“We wanted to deliver a collection to our loyal customers that would showcase some of our finest pieces, only reinvented to translate into more modern-day designs,” states Zimmer. “Grace is, without a doubt, an extraordinary collection that embodies an aesthetic that will be relevant for years to come.” 

Top Knobs is proud to enter 25 years of business with Grace.  

Top Knobs Brixton Series Shines in This High Contrast Kitchen Design

In Glen Ellyn, Illinois Brandie McCoy of Ember and Brune led a unique kitchen renovation to create a space that mixes Parisian glamour with classic refinement. With its new open layout, the kitchen took on a life of its own to make cooking, serving and socializing much easier for the owners who love to entertain.

In her design, McCoy juxtaposed dark blue and white throughout the kitchen. “This small space incorporates a lot of finishes without being too busy or overwhelming,” she told us. She used dark blue base and pantry cabinets, white wall cabinets, dark walnut-finished oak floors, natural white oak floating shelves, white stone countertops and backsplash, and brass and iron metal finishes. “It seems like so many contrasting tones, but they all live in perfect harmony here!” McCoy said of the remodel.

“Dark navy has become popular, as well as high contrasts,” says McCoy of current kitchen trends. “People are becoming increasingly more receptive and interested in multiple finishes in the kitchen, going beyond the usual wood island/white perimeter combo.”

When it came time to choose the cabinet hardware, McCoy opted for Top Knobs Brixton pulls and rimmed knobs in the new Honey Bronze finish. “We loved the quality and sleek, simple style of Top Knobs. Also, the finish matched our ‘champagne bronze’ plumbing fixture perfectly!” McCoy explained.

Lastly, McCoy points out that, “the backsplash is actually marble tile, cut to the size of subway tile. It has the same modern feel as subway tile, but a subtle difference that is stunning.”

Thank you Brandie, for sharing your design with us!

Photos by Aimée Mazzenga – www.aimeemazzenga.com

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