Which type of brass should you choose?
Brushed brass has become increasingly popular lately. This surface has a solid color with strips of metal shavings that have gone over the material to give the patina look without giving a dirty look. Polished brass means that the handle is lacquered which ensures that the appearance does not change over time. Polished brass has a typical golden tone and is easy to keep clean. Untreated brass is a surface that gives a matte and robust impression. Untreated brass shows the true color of the brass and allows the metal to annoy. The irritation is a natural reaction that takes place by the moisture and oxygen of the air and protects the metal and extends the life span. Handles in untreated brass become patinated over time and only become more beautiful and beautiful. If the handle has a matte brass finish it means that the handle has been lacquered in matte finish to mimic untreated brass with a patinated surface already in new condition. Ideal for those who want a handle in a solid impression but simply want to be able to take a wet cloth and wipe away any stains or fingerprints.
With good handles, you reduce a lot of wear on cabinets and hatches, which can occur on handleless fronts. Pressing and touching the cabinets on a daily basis wears paint and materials faster than if you open and close with handles. Handles are not only a practical detail, but the small details that handles also link the style of the home. It is no news that it is usually the thoughtful details that set the style in your home, not least the details such as kitchen handles, drawer handles, wardrobe handles or furniture handles.
Feel free to match our brass handles with our luxurious knobs in brass, our brass hooks or our door handles in brass. By combining different details in brass, you get an exciting impression and a uniform look in the home.