In-depth reports on new and salvaged hardware for historic restoration, building and design projects.
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Hinges are part of every door, permitting the door leaf to open and close. They are used on entrances, cupboards, casement windows, pianos, and smaller objects, such as jewelry boxes.
A dive into hardware's past: knobs, pulls, hinges and more.
We speak to top companies to see what's in store for historical designs of high-end hardware.
A look at companies making high-end knobs, hinges, latches and levers for period buildings.
We know you have questions on how hardware can bring out the unique character of your historic home. We've asked industry expert and Director of Product Development at Nostalgic Warehouse, Bill Metzger to help with the answers.
What is the difference between mortise and tubular latches/locks?
Ask the Expert - Historic Hardware Q&A - What measurements do you need to know before purchasing a new set of door hardware?
Ask the Expert - Historic Hardware Q&A - What function do you need for your door hardware?
What is handing and why is it important?
Ask the Expert - Historic Hardware Q&A - What finish should I choose for my door hardware?
Ask the Expert - Historic Hardware Q&A - When purchasing new door hardware, how do you determine the quality of the door hardware set?
Finding the appropriate hardware for historic projects can be a challenge.
Manufacturers provide advice on the smart way to go about selecting hardware for historic projects.
Supplier of architectural woodwork: stairs, mantels, paneling, wine cellars, doors & more.