We are eagerly planning the official launch of a new collection of door and cabinet hardware. This afternoon and evening is your chance to get a sneak peek preview – to see this collection in-person. SA Baxter is happy to be participating in the Annual What’s New What’s Next Event here at the New York […]
Cultivate.com, an online resource for kitchen inspiration, featured SA Baxter this past week. They were “particularly enamored with the precise and intricate architectural designs offered by luxe hardware company SA Baxter.” Read below for the complete article. Meet the Rolls-Royce of Kitchen Hardware
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September is slated to be an exciting month in the Design Community, and for us at SA Baxter. In a few days, we will be providing a sneak peek of some new door and cabinet hardware which we are VERY excited about. Please join us in New York for the New York Design Center’s What’s New What’s […]
With the holiday weekend upon us, our Craftsmen are busy-busy wrapping up projects and lovingly packaging pieces for shipment. Below are some shots taken this morning – most notably custom deco door pulls and a little sneak peek of a new hardware collection we will be launching shortly! See if you can spot what’s new!
The Canadian publication, Grand Luxury Travel Magazine, included SA Baxter as part of a London Design Destination story, as part of a required trip to Design Centre Chelsea Harbour. We’ll refrain from giving away all of the other ‘must-see destinations’ in this August issue – but a couple of key mentions include The Victoria & […]
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To continue our Space-related metal theme: Announced earlier this Summer – NASA is planning on using 3D printing technology – get this – in space. The intent is to place a special 3D Printer on-board the International Space Station. This would allow Astronauts to replace the Space Station’s worn, broken, or lost parts, and perhaps […]