Industrial accents: Kamen hardware collection from Designer Doorware

The hardware features a knurling pattern across much of its surface—a tactile and visual contrast on traditional forms.
The hardware features a knurling pattern across much of its surface—a tactile and visual contrast on traditional forms. Photo credit: Designer Doorware

Designer Doorware has launched the Kamen collection of levers, cabinet knobs and pulls. The hardware features a knurling pattern across much of its surface—a tactile and visual contrast on traditional forms.

Designer Doorware crafts the hardware using hand-knurling tools with a strong grit, rather than a casting process, resulting in a more-refined look while ensuring a textural experience. The detailed diamond knurling pattern creates highs and lows that play with the light, translating into a look with a bit of bling when used with high-polish finishes or one with a slightly more natural matte and aged finishes.

The Kamen collection includes lever handles measuring 5-3/4 inches, cabinet pulls in four sizes (4-3/4 inches, 6 inches, 7-1/4 inches, and 9-7/8 inches), and cabinet knobs.

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The hardware is available in Designer Doorware’s range of finishes, including brass, black and nickel.

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