It's all about the details. These five pieces offer a fresh take on form and give clients another mode of expression.


MN7730-224, Manzoni
A simple twist makes this elegant pull easy to grasp. Part of the New Jersey–based company's Designer Wood Collection, it comes in two lengths of 10.62" and 15.25". It is made from a single wood block of walnut or oak with a lacquer finish.

12th Avenue Iron

B. Clear, 12th Avenue Iron
This oversized cylindrical pull made from a blackened steel pipe was designed by Tom Kundig, FAIA, principal of Seattle-based Olson Kundig Architects, with local metalworker 12th Avenue Iron. The 24"-long pull is fitted with a hand-poured, cast-resin grip that comes standard in a color that Kundig calls "root beer." The metal portion is available in stainless steel with a bead-blasted finish, or in bronze with an oil-rubbed finish.

Top Knobs

Quilted Series, Top Knobs
A raised, geometric pattern gives these pulls an edge. From the New Jersey–based company’s Mercer Collection, they are made of zinc alloy and come in 4.25", 5.06", and 6.3" lengths. Finishes include brushed satin nickel, polished chrome, and polished nickel.

Rocky Mountain Hardware

Verdura Lever, Rocky Mountain Hardware
HOK Product Design crafted this minimalist lever for the company’s new antimicrobial Verdura Collection. The slim, bactericidal copper-coated handle is 5.43" long and up to 1.37" wide. Produced from 95% post-consumer materials including recycled copper wire, finish options include bronze light (shown), bronze brushed, and bronze dark lustre.

Buster + Punch

T-Bar, Buster + Punch
This diamond-cut, knurled handle from the London-based design studio will make its U.S. debut next month. Available in 12 finish combinations, including the ultra-industrial smoked bronze (shown) and minimalist matte white, this line comes with enough versatility to suit any space.