Emmeline Door Handles September 22nd, 2017 - 06:01:12
Depending on the website or the shop you are browsing through you may find the categories differ slightly but generally speaking with door handles you have a choice from Designer Door Levers on Round Rose Designer Door Levers on Square Rose Designer Handles on Backplate Classic Handles Stainless Steel Handles Handles for Doors with Espagnolette Multipoint Locking Systems Porcelain Door Levers on Rose Porcelain Handles on Backplate Black Antique Handles and Aluminium Handles. Within each of these categories you will an array of individual door handles to choose from.
When you consider that some 120 million doorways exist in the United States alone and another two million are installed each year you can only imagine the vast number of door knobs. Going back in history doors were initially made from textiles and animal hides. However during the ancient Mesopotamia and Egyptian era wooden doors were developed. Soon materials for making doors expanded to include stone glass metal and even paper.
Obviously styles shapes materials and function have evolved over the years. The types of door handles sold today are high-tech made to withstand the test of time. Handles are now made with better materials and workmanship so once installed unless you wanted a different look the handle would last the life of the home. Some people still prefer the initial type of door handle but a growing number of home and business owners are now turning to unique handles coupled with decorative hardware. With this the door and all its components actually become a key part of the overall look. Of course alone with the handle opening the door security is another key element when buying. Today more than any other time in history people are taking more intense measures to protect property and families. Because of this manufacturers have designed a variety of different features for door handles that can provide a much better barrier of protection.
The Nimbus is a completely different style from the Monet and this shows most clearly in the handle which is designed rather in the shape of a hairbrush with a large extending shaft which is connected to the spindle inside the door and then a rounded lever designed to be used to open the door. This rounded edge is covered with a different colour metal intended to show off the different stages of the design. The lever is carefully made to ensure the most comfort possible to the user. This design appears in colours of brushed nickel with a polished chrome edge.