High-End Decorative Hardware Manufacturers Offer Custom Options
Sometimes it can be difficult to find the exact hardware you envision for your home, but you shouldn’t have to settle, especially when you’re designing and investing in your space. Some decorative hardware manufacturers offer custom hardware, which opens up so many more possibilities than simply ordering from a catalog, allowing you to get exactly what you want.
Rocky Mountain Hardware
You dream it, Rocky Mountain Hardware creates it. The brand offers customization on a small or large scale. They have a “never say no” policy and will take on any custom request. If you want something specific and are unable to find it, Rocky Mountain Hardware can design it for you. You can work with them to create your own one-of-a-kind, high-quality piece that is truly custom made. They also offer custom engraving and raised lettering on a selection of products from plaques to entry sets. If you’re looking for inspiration, check out the gallery on their website showcasing custom pieces they’ve made for customers.
Water Street Brass
Water Street Brass also works with you to design a custom product through your vision, whether that’s using your own sketches or going by an idea you have. You can even give them a piece you already have that you want to complement your hardware, and they will create something for you. Products can be customized, hammered, and monogrammed, and recessed coin, diamond patterns, or hand hammered domes are also available. Water Street Brass has a custom finish option, as well.
Brass Accents offers custom hardware finishes and kick plates. They will even use their finish on other hardware not purchased from Brass Accents.
Emtek invites you to mix and match different pieces (trim plates, knob, rosettes, and level options) to create your own doorset or lockset.
Schlage recently announced its custom hardware line, which allows homeowners to personalize their hardware by mixing and matching knobs, trims, and handles.
Some manufacturers offer unlacquered hardware as a standard finish, while some, such as Brass Accents, offer it as a custom option.
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