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Our Metal Finishes


Acid Washed Brass

Our acid washed brass hardware has been designed to patina and evolve over time. These solid brass pieces have been given an acid wash treatment so they will beautifully age but at a much slower rate to raw brass hardware. The areas of these pieces that are touched will stay lighter, whilst the areas that aren’t will become darker. This is due to oxidising with the natural atmosphere over the years of exposure. Due to this kind of treatment, these pieces can be used in exterior as well as salty areas, which will only further deepen the antique brass look. 

Matching to a tap? These pieces have been designed to match back to the following tapware companies raw brass finished taps, as they too will patina over time:

 


Burnished Brass

Our burnished brass hardware has an elegant satin surface that looks beautiful in modern and traditional homes. With golden hues and a uniformed texture, it looks particularly breathtaking as a contrasting feature against a dark backdrop.

Matching a tap? These pieces have been designed to match back to the following tapware companies:

 

 


Satin Nickel

Although Satin nickel rose in popularity alongside Victorian and Mid-Century ‘modern design’ movements, it has become increasingly popular in the last few years. With brushed silver hues and a warm tone, satin nickel hardware is very common in contemporary homes. This finish looks particularly stylish amongst bright colours and edgy, unconventional furniture.
Satin nickel is classy, understated and easy to coordinate with your kitchen and bathroom tapware.
Matching a tap? These pieces have been designed to match back to the following tapware companies:

 

 

Oil Rubbed Bronze

Lovers of dark chocolate rejoice we've rolled out this delicious finish across a variety of our collection including Halifax, Bronte, Atticus, Eden & New Yorker.

Our oil-rubbed bronze is an intentionally inconsistent chocolate brown hand-finished product. Each piece has its own individuality and can differ across ranges. We love how this look gives a heritage feel, and for those wanting a less consistent look, this is the finish for you.

Matching a tap? These pieces have been designed to match back to the following tapware companies:

 

 


Blackest Black

Blackest black hardware will add an interesting visual element to any room in your home, with an elegant matte powdery finish. The dark  tone lends itself to being a contrasting feature on cabinetry and is particularly well suited to modern and contemporary homes. However, it can also be used to add some old world luxury to a more traditional space.

Matching a tap? These pieces have been designed to match back to the following tapware companies:


    Scorched Black

    To obtain this charcoal black look, this hardware has been put in a furnace and burnt. The brass then takes on the mottled scorched black look, which will also age over time. With use the brass undertones will slowly come through where it is touched the most, giving you a unique living finish. Due to this kind of treatment, these pieces can be used in exterior as well as salty areas, which will only deepen the scorched brass look.
    Matching a tap? These pieces have been designed to match back to the following tapware companies:


    Polished Chrome

    Praised for its high shine and reflective quality, polished chrome complements a range of bathroom and kitchen designs in both modern and classic spaces. This highly popular finish effortlessly coordinates with other design elements like tapware, showers, handrails and accessories.

    Polished chrome is elegant, sophisticated, stylish and perfect for enlivening any space. This finish is highly durable and does not tarnish, so it will maintain its appearance over time. Polished chrome is similar to nickel, however chrome has a slightly cooler tone.

    Matching a tap? These pieces have been designed to match back to the following tapware companies:

     

     

     


    Polished Nickel

    Polished nickel (sometimes called ‘bright nickel’) is a classic, glossy finish that looks beautiful in traditional and modern homes. Nickel is similar to polished chrome, however it has a warmer tone that looks particularly beautiful with period-style tapware.

    Nickel is hard wearing and durable and will coordinate effortlessly with other polished nickel design elements like showers, tapware, handrails and lighting. Polished nickel hardware looks beautiful on cream-coloured cabinets and wardrobes, as they complement nickel’s warm tones.

    Matching a tap? These pieces have been designed to match back to the following tapware companies:

     

        

       

       

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