Have you noticed our brass and acrylic combinations? You might be surprised about how well they go together.
Acrylic is Strong Enough to Partner With Decorative Hardware
Acrylic is a very strong type of transparent, impact-resistant plastic. As this article explains, it was first used for submarine periscopes, so we know it's highly resistant to moisture as well!
Clearly, (pun intended) acrylic is strong enough to incorporate in decorative hardware like this ladder towel bar from our Pacific Beach collection:
Click on the photo above and you'll go to our website, where you can view this towel bar in 17 different finishes and check out the grooved ring detail.
All three of our brass and acrylic collections offer four types of ring details you can see close-up on the site. Here's a double towel bar from the Clearview collection with a twisted ring detail on brass hardware with a matte grey finish:
We feature acrylic in a several of our shower door hardware pieces, including door pulls like this one from our Pacific Grove collection. This one has an antique brass finish with a grooved ring detail:
Shower door hardware is available in all three collections as one- and two-sided pulls (shown above) and as combination door pull/towel bars.
Acrylic as Hardware Detail
We also use acrylic as a detail with our decorative brass hardware. Here's an example used in a Clearview toothbrush and tumbler holder shown below in a shiny brass polish and with a twist ring design:
This robe hook with a satin nickel finish from the Pacific Beach collection is an example of another way we use acrylic inlay:
And perhaps our favorite use of acrylic inlay detail is in this Pacific Grove towel ring finished in an elegant Venetian bronze and with a dotted ring detail: