Fully integrated hardware conveys the minimal, seamless, and sleek look of the STC No. 1 kitchen, whose inspiration was drawn from the historic visual vernacular of the brand. The lithe and refined horizontal and vertical lines of the hardware emulate molding lines, creating a calming and ordered visual effect. The streamlined look is worked out in the proportion of the hardware lines to the cabinetry dimensions, while the integrated hardware cuts a modern, trim, and tailored silhouette. Additionally, the orientation of the hardware’s handle– vertical, horizontal, and left, right, or center aligned– can be specified per the client’s wishes, sure to be a favorite of anyone with an architectural eye. Available wood options include walnut, oak, eucalyptus, and paldao, while strié and hand painted brush stroke finishes are also on offer. Hardware finish options lend STC No. 1 a vast array of moods.

The design of STC No.1 is covered by United States Design Patent No. D895,333.

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