We've been so excited about the new colors we introduced earlier in the summer.
Hooks are a natural fit for bright colors. A two-hook set from our steampunk-inspired Pipeline collection looks pretty cool in teal:
Here are three places where you can add an unexpected splash of color to hardware.
1. Add Color to Safety Grab Bars
As we've noted before, grab bars in bathrooms can be lifesavers. It always bothered us to see ugly grab bars in hardware stores, so we designed and created ADA-compliant grab bars that are attractive as well as sturdy.
What can be more eye-catching in a shower than a Fire Engine Red grab bar?
Of course, you can still order a metallic finish like a handsome brushed bronze shown here on a Dottingham collection grab bar.
Our grab bars come with smooth or reeded grips, and in four sizes:
Instructions and installation hardware are included.
2. Brightly Colored Under the Counter Hardware Gets Noticed!
We are big fans of under-the-counter hardware that saves space while using under-used spaces.
Use an eye-catching color like Autumn Sparkle for an under-the counter paper towel holder. No one messing around in the kitchen can say they "couldn't find paper towels!"
3. Detail Colors for Mirror Hardware
What's the dominant color in your bathroom? Earth tones, followed by blues, have dominated in recent years.
Consider a shaded beige color for wall-mounted mirror hardware to underscore earth tones:
We also offer rail-mounted mirrors that do not tilt, but add extra style like this one from our Waverly Place collection. The hardware is matte black, an option we added a few years ago.
Finally, we offer ceiling-hung mirrors with the same shape and color options.
All our mirrors are frameless and have beveled edges.
Do you have plans to update bathroom or kitchen accessories? We hope you'll come back here to browse our sizable catalog and check out all the new colors we're offering.