Every home and commercial building has many types of doors. Entry, interior, sliding and closet doors all require specific types of door hardware including handle sets and locking mechanisms.
Whether it is the entry to a residence or a business, this area results in the initial impression visitors develop.
Entry grips and pulls work well on double doors like these beautiful wood doors featuring our Morphic double pull cast in stainless steel.
And this pair of Morphic cylindrical pulls are the perfect complement to these clear glass entry doors.
There are several options for interior door hardware. You can select a non-locking knob used on closets or rooms where privacy is not a concern or select a door knob with a privacy push button lock that does not require a key. Dummy knobs (knobs that do not turn or lock) can also be installed on closet or utility doors. Personalize or customize a space through the use of unique door knobs that will enhance a company's logo or theme or add them to a residence for a touch of whimsy.
Or try one of these organically shaped interior knob sets for a contemporary look.
Levers are another option for both interior and exterior doors. They are easy to operate, especially for those clients or guests who have difficulty grasping and turning a knob.
Sliding and french doors require hardware that allows for easy operation of the sliding door and, in many instances, locks securely. Our multi-point sets provide security for these types of doors and look beautiful at the same time.
For all your custom architectural hardware needs, please visit our site at www.martinpierce.com.
Designers can visit the showroom located at:
5433 W. Washington Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90016