Hardware Resources Debuts Hadly Decorative Hardware Line With Four On-Trend Metallic Finishes

August 29, 2017


Hardware Resources Debuts Hadly Decorative Hardware Line With Four On-Trend Metallic Finishes

Curvilinear shapes and rounded edges add a lively look to the geometric knobs and pulls that head up the company’s newest hardware collection from Elements

(Bossier City, LA) She wants sleek contemporary cabinet hardware for their new kitchen, but he wants pulls designed with sweeping curves that are easier to grasp. While mismatched hardware might seem like the only option, Hardware Resources presents a better solution with its newest collection. The Hadly line of knobs and pulls from the company’s Elements brand satisfies the need for both style and ergonomics.

Hadly door and drawer pulls combine a strong curvilinear handle with tapered feet to create a modern piece of hardware with an easy grip. Coordinating 1-inch square knobs sport the same tapered foot and ergonomic functionality. Moreover, each pull and knob edge boasts its own curved silhouette—much like the bullnose edge of a countertop—to soften the look without weakening the cutting-edge appeal that millennial homeowners are looking for when they build or remodel.

“Our working name for Hadly hardware was ‘cool square,’ because the top of each knob and pull has a pillowed shape that gives a modern edge,” says Stephanie Lowe, Product Manager—Decorative Products for Hardware Resources. “They’re funky, but not too far out there – just a cool square design.”

Lowe points out that Hadly pulls are as perfect for refreshing existing kitchen cabinetry as they are for adorning brand new cabinetry—because of their 3-inch center-to-center lengths as well as their lifetime warranty. “The fastest and easiest way to upgrade or update a dated kitchen is to change out the hardware, and Hadly offers something different. It’s not a 3-inch center-to-center design you’ve seen for decades and it’s not a boring bar pull. Hadly offers a fun, modern look in a smaller center-to-center that will fit the predrilled holes of older cabinets to really add personality to a kitchen,” Lowe says, adding, “Also, because there’s not going to be a need to putty in the old holes and drill new ones, you’ll save time and money on your kitchen update. Next project, add some organizers to your kitchen!”

About Hardware Resources
Hardware Resources was founded in 1990 and is headquartered in Bossier City, Louisiana, with strategic warehouses across North America. Their diverse product lines include: decorative cabinet hardware, decorative carved wood products, doors and drawers, functional cabinet hardware, kitchen islands and bath vanities. For more than 25 years the unique focus of Hardware Resources has been the customer. They believe in quality, integrity and reliability – upholding the highest standards of service and responsibility in the industry.
Hardware Resources family of brands include:
Jeffrey Alexander for decorative hardware, vanities, mirrors and kitchen islands
Elements for decorative hardware, bath hardware, vanities and mirrors
Hardware Resources branded functional hardware, carved wood products, moldings, dovetail drawer boxes, mitered cabinet doors, cabinet organizers and closet organizers
For more information about Hardware Resources call toll free 1-800-463-0660 or visit www.HardwareResources.com.


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