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Berenson offers trending finishes and new sizes to hardware collections

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Buffalo N.Y., September 4, 2020 – Berenson, a leading provider of decorative cabinet hardware, is adding trending finishes and new sizes to some of their most popular collections. Their best-selling Swagger collection will be gaining a 96mm CC length in all finishes. In all Swagger sizes up to 224mm CC, and all Domestic Bliss sizes up to 160mm CC, hardware will be now available in Matte Black and Slate. Their edge pull collection, Bravo, will soon be available in Brushed Copper.

“As styles and trends change, we will continue to evaluate our offering to ensure its updated with the market needs” said Melanie Busch, Berenson Marketing Director. “Matte Black and Slate continue to rise in demand, making it an easy decision to add these finish options to our Swagger and Domestic Bliss collections. We continue to see gray’s like our Slate pairing up with colors from blue to brown in design. As edge pulls increase in popularity, we are seeing the need for more variety in finish offerings. Soon the Bravo collection will be available in Brushed Copper to provide more creative options for any room.”

In addition to these collection finish updates, Berenson will soon be offering a Modern Brushed Gold and Matte Black cup pull, a Modern Brushed Gold round knob and a smaller square knob option in their Elevate collection. Customers will be able to start ordering these new items in October. 



About Berenson

Berenson has been providing quality decorative hardware and an unmatched customer experience since 1957. From free samples to same day shipping, Berenson’s goal is customer satisfaction and superior hardware solutions. Berenson is a family owned company that believes everyone should have beautiful cabinet hardware for their homes, which is why Berenson has product for every design and price range.



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