- The world’s source for the finest decorative hardware is coming to KBIS 2019
- From uniquely designed pieces to customer favorites, they’re all here
- Amerock. Expanded.
Archdale, North Carolina, USA, February 19, 2019 – The perfect length to grasp. The superb design to complement cabinets and drawers. The unique, one-of-a-kind finish. The tactile weight of perfectly formed metal in your hands. The way it’s all set off from the cabinet finish. Designers and owners have—and very rightfully so—passionate attachments to decorative hardware. We do too.
And that’s precisely why you’ll want to be sure to stop by Häfele’s display at booth C8916 during KBIS 2019. There you’ll see where aesthetics and craftsmanship have met to define trends and ensure that our latest, favorite decorative hardware collection becomes your latest, favorite decorative hardware collection.
Häfele’s all-new Hickory collections of decorative hardware will be making their debut at KBIS 2019. Encompassing more than 50 exquisitely designed pieces in four collections, the Hickory Bridges Collection, Hickory Serendipity Collection, Hickory Greenwich Collection and Hickory Velocity Collection bring unique styles and distinctive finishes to Häfele’s already robust handle offerings.
“Designers asked and we responded—in multiple ways—to make sure our range of handles and knobs would lead the industry,” said Greg Sheets, category manager for Häfele. “To us, that means putting together options with unquestioned style for any project.”
Also making its first appearance during KBIS 2019 are the Modern Handle Collection and Elite Handle Collection which both can be used on their own or perfectly pair with Häfele’s Synergy, Synergy Elite, ENGAGE and Signature closet accessory lines.
For those seeking style and functionality on a budget, look to Häfele’s newly expanded line of Amerock collections. That now means up to 600 select pieces spread across over 30 transitional and traditional-style assortments in all the modern textures and finishes designers and customers want.