October 14, 2019
Designer Doorware is elevating the simple circle with the introduction of Niki, a line of cabinet and door knobs whose vibe can shift depending on face and finish. The perfectly round design of the solid brass knobs is rooted in nautical inspiration stemming from the use of porthole windows in Streamline Modern and Art Deco architecture. Designers can opt for a clean, flat face, a dished face, or, for added flair, a more ornate step-down perimeter. The design options are equally captivating and welcoming, suitable for a range of room styles and preferences.
For further customization, Niki knobs respond differently to various finishes. In a pastel powdercoat, for example, the knobs give off a playful look. In black metal, the feel is bold. When paired with a satin finish, the step-down element and the knob’s starburst reflection of light is sumptuous—and wholeheartedly indicative of Art Deco-inspired design.
Niki cabinet knobs range in size from 50 mm to 70 mm. The Niki entrance handle comes in 150-, 200-, 250-, and 300-mm sizes. The Niki doorknob is 60 mm (projection 55 mm). A range of standard and special finishes—from an unlacquered polished brass to a powder-coated satin white—is available for the Niki collection. A hardwearing PVD finish in gunmetal black is also available.
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