Mid-Century Modern Havanah Knob in Stylish Design and Satin Nickel Finish
Albert Frey inspires such knobs as these with their undulating contours. Frey created a new form of modernism in architecture after Word War Two in the Palm Springs area of California. In the 1950's he studied the contours and slopes of the desert terrain to design pieces that evoked the peace of the vast desert and illustrated minimalism and simplicity. This knob design follows his footsteps and will certainly be a part of the renewed interest in Mid century Modern design.
And, Wow what a great price we have managed to offer because we love this knob and bought a massive quantity.
The Havanah Knob features a gorgeous silhouette with modern inspiration, the beautiful dips and curves will be an elegant accent in your home. Perfect for modern cabinetry and furniture, crafted from die cast zinc for long lasting quality and durability. For your convenience, installation hardware is included that fits many cabinet applications.
We are very lucky to have additional images from a customer project! Caitlin's white dresser is the perfect backdrop for taking a nice look at these modern style knobs.
And also pictures from blogger Jessica at Finding Purpose Furniture!
- Diameter: 1 7/8" X 13/16"
- Projection: 1
- Finish: Satin Nickel
Comes with mounting hardware suitable for most applications.