Design is definitely in the details when it comes to these new hardware options ranging from midcentury house numbers to cast-bronze bathroom hooks.

Part Hammered Variation
Turnstyle Designs

Turnstyle Designs has launched a variation of their popular hammered range of door and cabinet hardware. Rather than hammering the entire grip (as with the current range), only the grip area is hammered, resulting in a texture the length of about one-third of the handle framed between two polished ends. The part hammered variation is available in Turnstyle’s Barrel range of products, including two styles of door levers (end hammered or center hammered), door pulls, and cabinet “D” handles.

Anthology Collection
Keeler Brass Company

The first series from Keeler Brass Company, Anthology allows designers to mix and match a set of tailored, in-house designed pieces in a fraction of the time required for custom architectural hardware. The 34,000 possible combinations—crafted from American-made solid brass and a palette of leather colors—come in standard sizing for cabinet and appliance pulls as well as custom sizing. Working in tandem with Keeler’s 3D configurator, clients can take an active role in crafting their own hardware samples.

Phases Collection
Rocky Mountain Hardware

Designed in collaboration with Idaho-based Suede Studio, Phases kitchen and bath accessories feature curves and contemporary angles paired with the natural texture of cast bronze. Phases includes five pieces: cabinet pulls and knobs, door pulls/grips, towel bars, hooks, and a toilet paper holder with shelf. Rocky Mountain’s expert artisans can customize each piece to adjust the base design, size, finish options, and more.

Sliding Door Smart Mortise Lock

Designed for designers, architects, and property owners looking to save space and create an open traffic flow using sliding doors, the ISM-PD9500 sectional smart mortise lock offers a safer, simpler approach to access management in healthcare, multifamily/multitenant, mixed-use, and retail facilities. Communicating through Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, the lock includes a sectional RFID reader that complements fourteen designer levers and eight finishes offered with the system, including ceramic coating finish options and an antimicrobial coating.

Super Collection 
Bankston + Sans Arc Studio 

New to the U.S. market, Australian hardware brand Bankston Architectural collaborated with design and architecture firm Sans Arc Studio to create a collection of high-quality architectural brass hardware inspired by the Radical Design movement of the 1960s. The Super Collection balances playful geometric forms with functional design to deliver a range of hardware, including two pull handles, two door levers, and a doorknob, all available in six finishes.

Modern Avalon Collection
Atlas Homewares

Designed to withstand the harshness of different climates around the U.S., this collection of midcentury modern–inspired house numbers can either rest flat or be raised on brick, wood, siding, concrete, and other surfaces. The numbers are available in 4½” or 6” high in aged bronze, brushed nickel, and matte black finishes. Risers are included for raised mount installation on doors, mailboxes, siding, or planter boxes.

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