Sunday, June 7

Hardware Renaissance shows us supreme designs during ICFF in New York City debuting the best in door and cabinetry hardware

Hardware Renaissance is a sponsor of Nest by Tamara 
Hardware Renaissance 
brings luxury to the Luxe Pavilion 
at the ICFF Show in New York City
 Grande Manhattan
The ICFF show at the Jacob Javits Center showcased many new sources for the home, and our favorite area was the Luxe Pavilion where an eclectic array of luxury home brands debuted new collections.  We met with Hardware Renaissance's owner Anagha Dandekar from Santa Fe, New Mexico and immediately felt her passion for the artistry and quality behind her company's products.  Hardware Renaissance was exhibiting for the first time at ICFF and showcased many of their solid cast bronze pieces, which are utilized in residences and high-end hotels around the world.  They also debuted an eclectic array of products from their collections, and Dandekar pointed out to us her favorite pieces.  We happily posted our findings on social media using the hashtag #ForgeAhead.  These gorgeous handmade hardware collections are clearly the best in hand-forged iron and sand-cast door and cabinetry hardware.  Each product from the new collections have a hand applied patina, yet all work well with many aesthetics ranging from modern to traditional decor. Dandekar explained the firm's commitment to the environment telling us each material is made with at least 90% recycled materials.  It is refreshing to see such a wide range of styles from rustic to refined styles yet all hand forged and made in supreme quality.  

Take a look at some of our favorites:

Amora Royale
a timeless basket-weave texture then ramped up when embellished 
with semi-precious stones.  

textures inspired by the Grand Canyon with white bronze and shaded silicon bronze 

stone textures inspired by the cliffs of the Italian Rivera, 
hand applied shaded patina
taken from Italian principles of simplicity and form follows function, 
this piece is chunky and beautiful
Monte Vista
a bit rustic but lovely
Inspired by Spanish and French chateau styles it harkens to classic European design this one is my absolute favorite and makes me want to head to France now!

Happy Nesting 
XO Tamara