Rustic character: Top Knobs’ Devon collection

The collection was modeled after the rustic character of towns and villages in Devon County in the southwest region of England.

Top Knobs has launched the Devon collection of knobs, pulls and appliance pulls.

Modeled after the rustic character of towns and villages in Devon County located in the southwest region of England, the Devon collection is described as “quaint yet modern,” merging an industrial working-class feel and contemporary design.

The collection brings together five Top Knobs’ series—Allington, Brixton, Exeter, Kingsbridge and Torbay—while introducing new finishes of ash gray and honey bronze. Devon is comprised of 27 different pulls. Sizes range from 3 3/4” to 12”, including two 12” appliance pulls.

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