Scanning the pages of ThisOldHouse.com, I found a link to Atlas Homewares. They offer some very unique pieces, and if you use the TOH15 promotion code at checkout, you can get 15% off any Bronte and Mandalay Collection items.
Atlas keeps the pulse on every style. Whether you find solace in a sleek warehouse loft or bask in a sun-drenched Mediterranean villa, our comprehensive website will guide you through one of the largest selections of artistic decorative hardware available.
Our collection includes kitchen cabinet and furniture door knobs and pulls, decorative accessories for your bath such as towel bars, towel rings, robe hooks and soap dishes, house numbers, doorknockers and door bell buttons, switchplates and more!
Living Well Link of Week: Atlas Homewares
Published February 12, 2010
Friends of Fivecat , Hardware
Whenever we’re looking for unique or hard-to-find hardware, we turn to Katonah Hardware.
This afternoon, our client with the glass house asked me to help him find new latches for his eight-foot-tall casement windows. The removed hardware was a standard, putty-colored “Andersen type” latch. Not exactly appropriate for a 1969 modern glass house. We’re looking for something more contemporary with clean, simple lines.
My first call was to Ian Baren, owner of Katonah Hardware and within an hour we had three choices.
Rejuvenation is well known for their exceptional collection of historically inspired light fixtures. Throughout the past few years, they’ve introduced additional offerings, such as hardware and accessories.
Did you know that they also offer restored antique originals?
As much as our own lighting and hardware reproductions are chips off the old blocks, the heart, soul, and origin of Rejuvenation is rooted in lighting restoration and architectural salvage.
We opened shop in 1977, and ever since then, preservation, restoration, and a great respect for tradition and craftsmanship have been at the core of our values.
Choose from original vintage lighting, shades, and hardware from Victorian to Mid-Century Modern styles in finishes that have been expertly revived, reconditioned, and protected.
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Published February 28, 2009
Hardware , Link of the Week
Published November 14, 2008
Architects , Hardware , Link of the Week
Designed by Architect Zaha Hadid
Living Well Link of the Week: Valli & Valli
Back in college, I was president of the AIAS chapter and attended Forum in Miami. A local house tour took us to a very modern residence with a stained concrete floor with a warm, reddish brown finish. It looked so much like leather, I needed to touch it to be sure is wasn’t. Since that day, I have had a “thing” for leather in home design.
Recently, I’ve been noticing a trend toward more leather products. Here is a quick sample of a few I’ve seen.
Piel Leather tiles from Ann Sacks are simply beautiful. I bet you couldn’t keep from touching them. Soft, warm, comfort… pure luxury.
London-based Turnstyle Designs specializes in unique handcrafted architectural hardware. They carry an entire line of leather wrapped hardware.
How about a leather kitchen counter? Well, it’s not actually leather. It’s Silestone Leather quartz counters and tiles in a special matte leather finish. In addition to looking great, Silestone Leather is also the first and only counter top material with Microban technology.