Thursday, March 10, 2011

Architectural Digest Home Design Show “Sneak Peek”: SA Baxter

SA Baxter is one the premiere crafters of high-end, exceptional quality Architectural Hardware. We are utterly impressed with the fact the company’s architectural hardware pieces are handmade to order by a group of local, world-renowned artisans who use both modern and old-world manufacturing techniques. Highly beautiful yet fully functional door, window and cabinet hardware items are offered in an extensive palette of patterns and finishes.

For our magazine editor and television producer blog readers, please take note that the company’s expertise stems from the fact its artisans marry the ancient process of lost-wax casting to 21st century advances in green technology. SA Baxter would make for a well-informed source for article quotes, photography and show segments. Please comment, or contact us through email or phone with your ideas or questions.

For show attendees, in addition to the SA Baxter’s unique hardware designs, the company is now introducing metal flooring into the mix. The metal flooring design is engineered in various lengths and widths of tongue and groove planks. Offered in Brass, Architectural Bronze, and White Bronze variations, the solid metal floor designs are ideal for homes, hotels, restaurants, and bars. Exhibiting the metal floor design at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show, SA Baxter is sure to make an impact. In fact, we are considering them for our “Best of Products” article series, taking place during and after the New York show. Stayed tuned for more updates.

To see more extraordinary Architectural Hardware designs from the company leading up to the show, visit www.sabaxter.com. For those unable to join us in NYC next week, enjoy an online tour of the SA Baxter foundry and atelier for a special inside look: http://sabaxter.com/foundry.

~ Don

1 comment:

  1. Wagner Design StudiosMarch 14, 2011 at 3:02 PM

    One of the most impressive sneak peek articles. Two of our designer leads will be at the show this week. Mr. Wagner asked them to stop and see the arch. hardware and flooring.

    Jenni
    Assistant to James Paul Wagner

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