Introducing new program, Berenson Essentials

Introducing new program, Berenson Essentials

Berenson’s latest program aims to simplify choosing decorative hardware by showcasing the fundamentals. Berenson Essentials collects styles and finishes that are proven performers in the market, into one convenient program. Some of the hardware featured includes edge pulls, wire pulls and classic round knobs.

“Berenson Essentials eases the selection process for the specifier, architect, builder and designer” says Melanie Busch, Marketing Director of Berenson. “We have included popular hardware styles in trending finishes that move in high volume, so it was important to make sure everything is competitively priced.”

This program will be debuting new designs to Berenson and feature some of their classic hardware in new finishes. A large, single display board will feature all available lengths and additional part information.

Berenson Essentials is coming soon!

About Berenson

Berenson has been providing quality decorative hardware and an unmatched customer experience since 1957. From free samples to same day delivery, Berenson’s goal is customer satisfaction and superior hardware solutions. Berenson is a family owned company that believes everyone should have beautiful cabinet hardware for their homes, which is why Berenson has product for every design and price range.

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