Decorative Hardware Is Inspired by Mid-Century Modern Style Neighborhoods

This collection of decorative hardware mimics the shapes found in furniture and architectural styles from the mid 1930s to the mid 1960s.

This collection of decorative hardware mimics the shapes found in furniture and architectural styles from the mid 1930s to the mid 1960s.

Inspired by the designs found in mid-century neighborhoods across the U.S., Top Knobs has introduced the Lynwood Collection of decorative hardware. This collection of knobs, pulls, cup pulls, and backplates mimics the shapes found in furniture and architectural styles from the mid 1930s to the mid 1960s.

The Lynwood Collection includes 306 pieces in seven series. Highlights include two appliance pull shapes and rectangular backplates featuring open backs.

Each Lynwood piece is available in six finishes, Ash Gray (AG); Flat Black (BLK); Brushed Satin Nickel (BSN); Honey Bronze (HB); Polished Chrome (PC); and Polished Nickel (PN).

Lynwood Collection details:

  • Seven series: Kinney; Hollin; Crestview; Allendale; Kentfield; Marion and Hillmont
  • 2 appliance pull shapes
  • 5 pull shapes
  • 1 cup pull in 3 ¾- and 5-1/16-inch sizes
  • 4 knobs in four series. Sizes range from 1- to 1-1/2-inch
  • 2 decorative back plates for knobs and pulls

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