In the world of cabinet hardware, du Verre leads the crowded field in both design and quality. Every piece is made from recycled aluminum, which makes their products a sound environmental choice for responsible modern homes, and each piece is finished by hand which provides a luxurious depth in color and finish which wins in my book for being unique rather than just another mass-produced generic door pull.
When shopping for stylish cabinet hardware I tell my clients there are two routes – subtle details that will fade into the background of design or splashy statement pieces that will act as the “jewelry” for the cabinets. What one chooses really depends as much on the personality of the client as it does on the overall finish of the room. Interior design is all about the details and injecting personality into spaces, so never overlook those last finishing touches.
In the category for best in subtle pull hardware, my three favorites are shown here. All are simple and can lend just a whisper of elegance to any room. Nothing screams for attention, however, the quality and craftsmanship will catch the eye of the most discerning client. The Lotus and Polar collections have soft curves and an organic feel, while the Goodman collection, with its strong clean lines and rough textured look, would work perfectly in a space with a more industrial feel.
And for something completely different but still classy, these 3 collections of hardware pulls work as jewelry to a drawer or door and reflect an unapologetic statement of confidence and style. Forged 3, has an amazing texture that would leap off any cabinet door. Rio, has a classic mid century look and feel that would seamlessly blend with modern decor. Pomegranate, possibly my absolute favorite line of door hardware, is another example of nature inspiring décor.
Because all du Verre cabinet hardware collections come in a variety of colors and finishes, you really can mix and match to outfit the perfect space. It’s wonderful way to elevate your rooms.
richard rabel: interiors + art
interior design and art advising
new york city
image credits: du Verre the Hardware Company, Toronto with international dealers and access worldwide. Illustrated from top to bottom: Goodman, Lotus, Polar, Forge3, Pomegranate and Rio.
du Verre is a sponsor of BlogTour London. The opinions in the feature are my own and were published freely after physical inspection.