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New hardware collections from Atlas


Atlas Homewares, a hardware company in Vernon, Calif., introduces two new collections of knobs, pulls and appliance pulls, Everitt and Griffith.

“This year’s new introductions are sleek and chic, but still ring true to the fun and flirty aesthetic of Atlas,” Christine Zimmer, product manager of Atlas Homewares, said in a statement.

The Everitt collection is available in six finishes and includes two knobs, six pulls and two appliance pulls.

The Griffith collection includes contemporary pulls with two sets of rounded notches. This collection of knobs, pulls and appliance pulls is also available in six finishes.

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