Top Knobs is a leading design company in the decorative hardware industry. Founded in 1994, they are a top contender in the industry with over 4,500 cabinet hardware products including 35 product collections and 38 finishes of kitchen and bath decorative hardware and accessories.
The company’s creative design staff and talented craftsmen can be credited for the wide selection of high quality and value of the traditional and modern decorative hardware offerings. Each Top Knobs piece has the quality look and feel of custom-made, at an affordable price.
Top Knobs products are only available in design showrooms and from authorized dealers. As an authorized dealer and Top Knobs partner, we carry their entire catalog of cabinet knobs, cabinet handles, and furniture and kitchen hardware. Don’t see a particular product you are looking for? Let us know and we will find it for you!
Brushed Satin Nickel
Dark Antique Brass
Oil Rubbed Bronze
Old English Copper
Polished Stainless Steel
Silicon Bronze Light
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Top Knobs works with designers and suppliers to reduce waste, recycle, and reuse. Here are some of Top Knobs green initiatives:
>Most Top Knobs products are solid metal. This attribute makes recycling easy and less energy-intensive for waste facilities.
>Most knobs and pulls are made from a single metal. Take a brass knob for example. Having a single material in a product removes the process of material separation when recycling that product. This requires less energy from a waste system.
>Recycled materials are purchased and used in the manufacturing process when possible and available. The percentage of recycled material can be significant but also varies by metal, product, production run, and factory.
>Packaging practices exceed industry standards. For example, Shared packaging is used to combine several products and reduce waste when shipping. Even though the amount of packaging material is reduced, product protection when shipping is not.
>Environmentally friendly printing practices are followed. Catalogs, brochures, and other literature are printed on recycled paper.