With the serge of the industrial modern home as well as the farmhouse, we see strong growth in weathered patinas in hardware. From kitchen and bath to door knobs and knockers in bronze, brass and copper alike are being installed in weathered patinas to support these styles that are going strong.
Vintage styles and shapes play well into the weathered hardware aesthetic. Restoration Hardware are experts at rebirthing antique shapes and making them fresh with a modern flair. We love the mix of reclaimed wood and bronze faucets in their Logan Washstand. Pair it with the bronze filament sconce and your bathroom is instantly updated with this timeless weathered look.
Following the vintage vibe is the classic schoolhouse fixture by Rejuvenation. The schoolhouse style flourished from the 1920’s to the 1950’s at it’s peak, found not only in schools, but homes and commercial settings. While this style of lamp has many translations, Rejuvenation has done a great job of interpreting this look and making it reasonably priced.
While the clawfoot tub has made a big comeback in recent years, adding the weathered bronze feet brings a unique touch to detail your bath to the nines.
Weathered patinas are not limited to the industrial or farmhouse feel. Many interpretations can be found in sleeker more modern shapes like this Yokato brushed brass faucet. Their collect consists of clean and simple geometric lines and slender trims. The styles are sophisticated, well crafted and beautiful to behold.
The front door of your home or office is the first impression and should directly reflect the overall interior style of your space. Therefore when adding weathered hardware throughout the interiors, updating the front door hardware is a must. Rocky Mountain Hardware and Ashley Norton featured below offer a large selection of front door hardware in weathered patinas, all in beautiful shapes and meticulously crafted.
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