Brass decadence

It’s the finer details that make a home, and that’s no exception with Windsor Hardware’s latest range of handcrafted bespoke cabinet handles.

The design is in the detail, and it’s in the detail that these handles speak for themselves. A collection of perfectly considered pieces, envisioned as the finishing touch for the kitchen (and the bathroom, wardrobe or cupboard), they are a highly contemporary and versatile solution, decadent to the touch, delicate in form, and hard wearing in function. 

Crafted with solid brass, each design is available in three lengths, running from 160mm to 360mm, and in linear knurled, diamond knurled or plain textural options. 

Four stocked finishes — Matt Satin Brass, Graphite Nickel, Matt Black and Brushed Nickel, and two hand-finished, Roman Brass and Dark Roman Brass, set this collection apart and ensure there is the perfect solution to complement any kitchen or interior design. 

Windsor’s design approach to any piece follows three fundamental elements — feel, finish and function. The ‘feel’ correlates with the design, engineering and ergonomics of the handles; the ‘finish’ element is the visual aspect achieved at the intersection of colour, trends and natural patina; and the ‘function’ refers to the mechanism, installation and how it operates on the door.

With a vast range of collections, Windsor Hardware’s ever-evolving door hardware allows for a wide design scope. From the very traditional to modern elegance and luxurious bespoke finishes, every touchpoint is considered.

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