Decorative hardware designed by HÃ¤fele.
February 9th, 2010
With a focus on uniquely decorative hardware, Häfele launches three new handle, knob and furniture profile ranges onto the market.
With the ongoing evolution of kitchen and furniture styles, Häfele continues to source and develop furniture handles and decorative products from Europe and around the world to suit the changing and evolving interior design styles.
Taking their names from some of the world’s greatest rivers, the Elbe is the aluminium range, with zinc-alloy with finishes from satin and polished chrome, while the Hudson Range is brushed and polished stainless steel and Indus is the flush handle range.
Handles sizes range from 12mm knobs to 972mm cut-to-size aluminium profiles.
Contemporary Stainless Steel handles range from 104mm to 579mm in length – suiting a variety of applications.
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