Garden and Nature Inspired Knobs
The wood knobs with Hibiscus flower are very delicate and detailed as well. It has a history of being able to be used for many, very diverse things. It is used a lot of time in herbal tea making as well as paper making, and in the Caribbean, it is used for jam-making as well. It has been used in Hindu worship as an offering to Goddess Kali and Lord Ganesha. The durable fibers that are found within the flower are robust and have even been used to make clothing. Aside from having practical uses, it is also the national flower of Malaysia, South Korea, the Hawaiian state flower, and the native Australian emblem.
Another great selection of decorative hardware with exotic Ginkgo Berry design. Beautifully detailed Ginkgo Berry knobs have intricate curves and swirls. The Ginkgo Berry motif is classic. The Gingko plant itself is referred to as a "living fossil" because it does not seem to have evolved much since the Permian period, which dates back to over 270 million years. The Ginkgo extract is widely used as a source of energy.
The Saratoga Rose knob has a very interesting pattern to it. It is very detailed with an unexpected design.
According to the Greeks, the rose came about as the result of Aphrodite crying over the death of her lover. The Romans' goddess, Venus, is very similar to the Greek's Aphrodite. Cupid tried to give a rose to the Harpocrates, the God of Silence, as a bribe to keep Venus quiet about her escapades. Thus, the rose became the symbol of secrecy. In the Roman dining rooms, the ceilings were decorated with frescos and sculptures of roses to remind the guests to be polite in not letting what was said during dinner, leave the table.
There are a lot of decorative knobs and pulls with leaf design in the Nature collection of decorative hardware. There are the Leafy Twig knobs and pulls which are available in the right and the left side. They are very tastefully done and is available in many finishes. You will also have no trouble finding a knob to go along with the pull.
The Leafy Branch pulls, and the Leafy Twig knob adds a delicate feeling with the leaves crawling up the branch and the structure with the Branch itself. It is available in many different tints, including the "hand-tinted" option in which the leaves are a beautiful popping green color.
While these knobs and pulls can look whimsical, they are incredibly sophisticated. It is a great way to add an upscale lodge touch while keeping the look delicate and slender.
There is a collection of decorative hardware with oak leaf design. Oak Leaf knobs and pulls are very attractive due to how their natural texture is shown.
The Oak Leaf knobs are beautifully simple - they have well-defined and definite lines. The Oak Leaf, itself, bears quite a bit of meaning. It was a celebrated tree in many cultures - from Greeks to Romans, to the Celts and the Slavs. In those cultures, the Oak was always said to have been the sacred tree of the highest god, as well as being a symbol for rain, lightning, and thunder. The oak tree also seems to be the tree that is the most prone to being struck by lightning: it could possibly be because many times they are the tallest and largest thing is the area, or because their bark is thought to have less electrical resistance.
One of the most delicate pieces in the whole Nature collection are the Oak Leaf Bin Pull, an Oak Leaf Pull, and an Oak Leaf Knob. The Oak Leaf hardware pieces will bring you back to fall - when the air is crisp, and everything is turning a beautiful warm color.
The knobs and bin pulls have a gorgeous texture of a crinkled fallen leaf making it look so realistic that it may crumble upon touching it. It will add fragility to any cabinet that it is adorning. The collection may also be mixed and matched with the different pulls and knobs, as well as various kinds of metals.
The decorative hardware Nature collection is a great way to bring a breath of fresh air into any space in your home.