We’ve spent years helping folks make their bathrooms beautifully lit spaces with unique details like handsome cabinet hardware and coordinating finished coverplates. Now, we’re thrilled to offer an expanded selection of bath hardware to truly make your home your own, no matter your sense of style!
Pittock, with its Victorian-era flair, is the most historically accurate of our new bath hardware collections. Based on designs from the Mott plumbing catalog, we’ve kept important details like the glass ball finials on the towel bars, and the detailed cutouts in the soap dish and cup holder.
But this handsome suite is not limited to historical renovations. In Polished Nickel, it has a dignified presence – but try it in Oil-Rubbed Bronze for a distinctly more industrial & steampunk look.
When dreaming up the Bingham collection, our designers looked to one of the bridges of Portland for inspiration. With its swooping, architectural lines and simple style, the Bingham bath collection is highly transitional – fitting new and older homes alike. Its swooping curved forms are accented by mushroom finials and hidden mounting hardware.
We’ve long been enamored of the hexagonal motifs found in vintage hardware, but something about them felt too dated. We challenged our designers to update this classic look.
The end result is the Canfield collection, whose hex-on-a-circle design is a contemporary twist suitable for any space. One of our favorite details are the towel bars themselves, which are also six-sided.
Winslow is the most contemporary and masculine of our bath collections. Its right angles and clean lines will bring your bath remodel to the modern era. Whereas the majority of our collections feature white porcelain cup and soap dish inserts, we decided to offer these with glass, in keeping with the clean and crisp feel of the solid brass hardware.
The American Arts and Crafts movement was a deliberate and thoughtful contrast between squared lines and organic shapes. The Bixby’s square design, capped by pyramid finials and gently flared back plates, bring a masculine and substantial presence to your bath.
A longtime customer favorite, the Linfield’s branching and organic shapes make it a Jack-of-all-bathrooms. Its slender arms and teardrop backplate are basic beauties that gussy a space with with minimum fuss.
We partnered with a Portland ceramics studio to recreate this early-1900s design. Our team fell in love with its weighty escutcheons and its subtle bead line, and designed a suite of lighting to complement it.
The Chandler collection’s low profile, streamlined design is based on a suite popular from the 1930s to the 1950s. At the time, its sleek lines and clean porcelain curves brought a modern feel to the bath. We think it’s a distinctive and timeless look, bringing pizzazz to a small space.