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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 08, 2014 01:07 AM
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by Build LLC last modified Jan 07, 2014

BUILD spells out their favorite hardware specifications for residential architecture.




 

 

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You don’t notice it until you do — that’s the thing about architectural hardware. And once the hardware of a project is on your radar, it’s nearly impossible to ignore. Whether the door handles match between one room and the next, how the towel bars align with one another, and if the finish of the shower curtain rod matches the other fixtures in the room — once you’re paying attention to the hardware package, these items suddenly matter to the success of a project.

There are an infinite number of choices when it comes to architectural hardware and, unfortunately, many of the available options are aesthetically questionable, overly ornate, or just plain ugly. In our opinion, hardware should meet the code of modernism more than anything on a project — it should be everything it needs to be and nothing more. Over the years, we’ve sifted through the bulk of hardware options out there and, while we’re constantly scanning for new products, we’ve assembled a tidy list of specifications. This list of hardware doesn’t just look clean and modern, each one is also cost effective, reliable and timeless.

Towel bars & hooks
CR Laurence WTB12SC 12” hand towel bar in satin chrome (typically located above vanities)
CR Laurence WTB18SC 18” towel/hand towel bar in satin chrome
CR Laurence WTB24SC 24” towel bar in satin chrome

We like to locate the towel bars at 3’-4” above finished floor, this positions them in a convenient location and establishes a visual alignment with other hardware items such as shower faucets and door handles.

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When wall space is limited, we’ll stack the towel bars to maximize hanging space on a shorter wall.

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Sugatsune DSH-01 wall hook in stainless steel

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Toilet paper holder
Sugatsune DSB-03 (straight peg)
Ginger|Motiv, Sine 0206 toilet tissue holder (90 degree peg)

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Passage door handles & hinges
Karcher “New York” passage lever in stainless steel with Baldwin 6750-150 thumb-turn at exterior doors
Stanley 4” x 4” square corner hinges in stainless steel, fully mortised

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Pivot door handles and hinges
McMaster Carr flush pull #1634A44 in stainless steel with dull finish
Stanley 327 Pivot Hinge

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Bypass door handles and tracks
McMaster Carr flush pull #1634A44 in stainless steel with dull finish
Hager 9101 heavy duty tracks with 9105 carriers, 9115 bottom guides and 9113 stops

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Pocket door handles and tracks
Von Morris 83292 New modern rectangular pocket door lock with lock body 9200
Hager 9101 heavy duty tracks with 9105 carriers, 9115 bottom guides and 9113 stops

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Shower curtain rods
EPCO 890 1-1/16” diameter rod in polished chrome with closed flanges at each end

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Frameless glass shower enclosures
Herzog Glass frameless glass hardware

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Closet rods
EPCO 895 1-5/16” diameter rod in polished chrome with closed flanges at each end

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Door stops
Omnia 7001 at floors and Deltana BDS 450 at walls

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Cheers from Team BUILD


 

 

 
 
 

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