Renovation Resource: 9 Sources for Antique & Reproduction Hardware
With some rehabs you want to strip away all the years and start over with clean, modern space. With others, you want stay true to the home’s original design period. For those times, there are stores out there that offer antique and reproduction hardware and lighting. These are a few of our favorites.
- House of Antique Hardware This Portland, Oregon-based company stocks everything from door and window hardware to lighting and electrical supplies ranging from Colonial to Mid-Century.
- B&B Hardware Based in Long Beach, California, this company offers historically correct doors and windows, as well as entry sets, lighting and cabinet hardware.
- Adkins Architectural Antiques This Houston based architectural salvage dealer has a vast inventory of antique hardware.
- Rejuvenation Hardware Based in Portland, Rejuvenation is part of the West Elm family. They’re a great resource for reproduction lighting and hardware, as well as furniture and other household accessories.
- Ball and Ball This source for hardware reproductions and restoration has been around since the 1930s. Based in Exton, Pennsylvania, it’s a family-run business going on its third generation.
- Whitechapel Ltd Based in Jackson, Wyoming, Whitechapel stocks brass and iron antique reproduction hardware, including knobs, locks, hinges and more.
- Liz’s Antique Hardware This Los Angeles-based shop offers an impressive selection of door, window and furniture hardware, lighting and accessories circa 1860 to 1970.
- Bauerware Cabinet Hardware Based in San Francisco, this shop focuses on cabinet hardware, both new and vintage.
- Vintage Hardware & Lighting This Port Townsend, Washington shop not only stocks a wide selection of vintage hardware, they also have an onsite Art Deco light museum.
(Image: Joshua’s Vintage Daydream)