Say “buh bye” to boring pulls — at the fall High Point Market, oversized hardware grabbed the eye.
The Tiza gesso door fronts on John-Richard’s Mercia bar cabinet provide the perfect backdrop for the showstopping geode handles. Two adjustable glass shelves and one solid shelf sit behind the doors, and interior lighting is provided. www.johnrichard.com
Century Furniture’s Monroe door chest is wrapped in faux shagreen with spiral brass hardware that’s airy, not overpowering. The chest is 42 inches wide. www.centuryfurniture.com
The Pleated media cabinet from Global Views is vintage-inspired with textured pine wood in a black onyx finish and contrasting cast aluminum door pulls. Inside, a mirrored back, three shelves and three drawers provide chic storage. www.globalviews.com
Handley Drive’s Let it Drop cabinet combines cerused wood with brass stiletto legs and bold, hanging pulls that become the star of the show. www.handleydrive.com
Sapling-shaped pulls take center stage in Ambella’s Sapling multiuse cabinet, which is made of solid hardwood and American White Oak veneers with a pearlized platinum finish. Two adjustable shelves, 2-inch grommets and raceways provide easy access for wiring. www.ambellahome.com
Bernhardt’s Decorage display cabinet is what the company calls “utility luxe” — quartered white oak with a dark Cerused Mink finish is accentuated by a marbled-look door with exposed hinges and door pulls reminiscent of jewelry. www.bernhardt.com
Kelly Hoppen’s Shield sideboard has Deco-inspired stainless steel door pulls and a wood veneer body. Measures 73 inches long and 28.5 inches tall. www.resourcedecor.com