It’s All About the Brass!

It’s All About the Brass!

With the resurgence of brass headlining today’s hottest design trends, Atlas Homewares is pleased to expand the options for adding this versatile metal to your décor. Warm Brass is their newest finish and it promises to quickly become one of their most popular. With a golden sheen that is both elegant and inviting, this beautiful finish offers an intriguing mix of retro style and modern edge. It lends itself to a wide variety of design motifs and looks especially fresh when paired with other metals or crystal accents.

Atlas will offer Warm Brass on several of its most successful hardware lines, including the contemporary Tom Tom, the funky Conga, the traditional Wadsworth and the stately Elizabeth collections. It will also be a finish option for three new collections that will be unveiled at KBIS 2018. As with all other Atlas finishes, Warm Brass will be available in a wide variety of formats, making it easy for designers and consumers to create a cohesive space that is perfect down to the last detail. A touch of Warm Brass is certain to bring a sense of glamour and luxury to any space, and a welcome addition to the exceptional line of finishes offered by Atlas Homewares.
The new Brass Finish Collection is available at fine kitchen and bath showrooms nationwide and online at www.AtlasToTheTrade.com.

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