Rocky Mountain Hardware release Paris Collection, Sustainable and Stylish for Home

You need not be crude and simple in order to be sustainable. You can be creative, innovative and stylish and yet consume sustainable resources. Rocky Mountain Hardware proves this point with the launch of their new collection. The collection has been produced by using 90 percent recycled art grade bronze and the designs are all very stylish and appealing. Designer Roger Thomas has created the Paris Collection for them.

The collection has the whole range starting from a knob to a full entry set with mortise lock. The designer has updated French motifs for door locksets and cabinet hardware.  The prices for the items in this collection range from $39 to $1,008. Their Briggs Collection has been designed in-house and boasts of a wide range with of hand-carved, sand-cast grips, pulls, levers, knobs, and cabinet hardware. The inspiration has been drawn from several decorative sources like Morocco to Idaho.

Ted Boerner who is a San Francisco based designer has created 27 pieces for them in five different collections.  One thing that is common across the collection is the simplicity of form and highly textural finishes. The prices range from $36 to $370. If you want to learn about the new collections that have become available now you can visit their

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