Top Knobs Introduces Grace, A Collection of Decorative Hardware Reflecting 25 Years of Design Innovation

Top Knobs Introduces Grace, A Collection of Decorative Hardware Reflecting 25 Years of Design Innovation

Branchburg, NJ – February 2019 – Top Knobs, the leading manufacturer of decorative kitchen and bath hardware, introduces the Grace collection. Inspired by the ageless beauty of New York's five boroughs, Grace includes knobs, pulls and appliance pulls that lend a nod to some of Top Knobs' most well-loved designs over the past 25 years.

"Grace is an exceptional collection that pays homage to some of our most successful collections," states Christine Zimmer, Top Knobs Product Manager. "Design, style and industry innovations have evolved tremendously from where we were 25 years ago. The end result is something we are quite proud of and feel our customers will love."

 

Grace Collection Details: 

  • 276 pieces 
  • Six series: Henderson, Pomander, Kent, Riverside, Minetta, and Barrow 
  • 3 Appliance pull styles available in sizes 12" and 18"  
  • Pulls in all 6 series available in sizes ranging from 3 ¾" to 12" 
  • Knobs in 4 series available in sizes 1 ¼" and 2"  

All hardware in the Grace collection is available in six desirable finishes including: Ash Gray (AG), Brushed Satin Nickel (BSN), Flat Black (BLK), Honey Bronze (HB), Polished Chrome (PC) and Polished Nickel (PN). MSRP for the Grace collection ranges from $7.30 to $146.20. Visit TopKnobs.com for more information.

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