The Apollo hardware collection by Ashley Norton, shown here with appliance and coordinating cabinet pulls.
Ashley Norton The Apollo hardware collection by Ashley Norton, shown here with appliance and coordinating cabinet pulls.

This article originally appeared on the BUILDER website.

Ashley Norton has added new appliance pull options to a number of its bronze and brass hardware collections, providing coordinated interior design options across a variety of styles and finishes.

Existing hardware collections with new appliance pull options include Apollo and Bar for bronze pulls and Bauhaus and Durham for brass pulls. Each one is ergonomically designed for comfort and ease of use, according to the manufacturer, and either cast from art grade bronze or hot forged from solid brass.

“We thoroughly consider how each piece of hardware interacts with the human hand and base dimensions on what’s required for maximum comfort. This careful consideration of touch and feel sets us apart from other hardware manufacturers. Every appliance pull feels pleasant to the touch with a robust sturdiness that’s comfortable above all else,” says Ashish Karnani, vice president of Ashley Norton.

The bronze pulls are available in 9-, 12-, 18-, and 24-inch lengths, priced starting at $200, and the brass pulls are available in 12- and 18-inch lengths, priced starting at $170. Bronze finishes include dark bronze, light bronze, matte black, white bronze and white medium, while brass finishes include satin nickel, dark oil rubbed, polished chrome, polished nickel, venetian bronze, satin brass, polished brass, satin chrome, flat black, and unlacquered brass. ashleynorton.com