Architectural Hardware (2006)

The growing demand for decorate and fully-functional hardware has rapidly increased over the past few years. Not only is it a decorative way for you to express your design preferences, but hardware also gives you the ability to personalize any piece of your home. Since Timberlane has the most beautiful hand-forged hardware for their shutters, they are recognized for their durable, wrought-iron hardware in Architectural Hardware.

Author: Nancy E. Berry
Publisher: Quarry Books
Release Date: November 1, 2006
Timberlane’s Excerpt: Page 173

Book Description:

With the increased focus on building and renovation over the past decade, there has been a growing demand for hardware that is both beautiful and functional. Magazines and DIY shows have touted the importance of updating hardware and now even famous designers are marketing their own door pulls, but with so many options home owners often don’t know where to begin. Architectural Hardware focuses on all aspects of incorporating architectural hardware into the home history, styles, finishes, tips from the pros, how-to projects as well as room-by-room hardware design. In addition to a complete discussion of every facet of decorative hardware components for the home, Architectural Hardware also provides useful information on what to look for when shopping for hardware, such as hardware grades, safety codes to consider, security, as well as basic step-by-step installations instructions and room-by-room design tips from top designers, builders and architects.

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