When Jennifer Sagum embarked on a gut renovation of her family’s Williamsburg home, she need not look far for inspiration. Having spent the past eighteen years immersed in the world of Marc Jacobs, she drew upon her keen eye and fashion sensibility to inform the creative process. "I’ve been vintage shopping since I was in 7th grade…I wear a lot of Marc and mix it with vintage. That’s how I wanted my home to be," the VP of Global Advertising & Media shares. To curate the perfect mix of old and new, Sagum turned to interior designer and vintage dealer Jennifer Chused of Chused & Co. Like Sagum, Chused began her career in fashion—first at Donna Karan and later at publications like Italian Vogue, Vanity Fair, and Elle. "The house is very fashion," remarks Chused, who referenced Sagum’s own style of dressing as a source of inspiration. The pair hit it off and worked together to create a space that celebrates pattern and whimsy in a sophisticated way.Read More >
The most prestigious prize of the AI Specification Awards, the Winner of Winner Awards.
This honour is bestowed upon the best project selected from the winners of all the categories in the awards. Congratulations to Adare Manor Hotel & Golf Resort, Ireland by ReardonSmith Architects / Carrson International (a division of Harbrine Limited) and Mooney Architectural for receiving the Winner of Winners award for their work on this project.Read More >
We are excited to share that Adare Manor has been named the winner of the Virtuoso “Hotel of the Year 2018” award at the Best of the Best Awards ceremony in Las Vegas — the largest luxury travel trade show in the world.
We are beyond thrilled that Sun Valley Bronze hardware was used throughout this extraordinary project.
"For those familiar with the architect Gil Schafer’s work, his house in Brooklin, Me., may come as a shock. Mr. Schafer, best known for conceiving historically focused houses rooted in classical and vernacular architecture, has created a seaside home that is breezily modern." - New York Times
Sun Valley Bronze is thrilled to be included in this thoughtful home.
This modern Georgian-style Seattle home celebrates its gorgeous setting with Sun Valley Bronze. Seattle-based design firm Hoedemaker Pfeiffer worked with interior decorator Amy Baker and contractor Doug Johnston Construction to reimagine a 6,300-square-foot Georgian home with views of Lake Washington, Mount Rainier, and the Cascade Range.
Interior Design / May 2017 - Founded in 1992, Sun Valley Bronze has become a leading purveyor of luxury bronze door hardware, home accessories, furniture, and plumbing fixtures. The family-owned brand’s products achieve a weathered appearance through hand-applied non-toxic patinas that oxidize copper and other alloys. This touch gives the art-grade bronze consistent and high-quality castings. In 2015, the company's state-of-the-art Solid Barn Door Hardware received Interior Design’s prestigious Best in 10 accolade in the architectural and building product category.
A collaboration with
CARNEY LOGAN BURKE ARCHITECTS
A contemporary collection that includes door hardware, cabinet pulls and bath accessories.
The Lift Series was designed in collaboration with Carney Logan Burke Architects in Jackson, Wyoming. CLB Architects designed the collection with an emphasis on a clean, modern aesthetic paired with the natural texture of cast bronze. The Lift Series includes door hardware, kitchen & bath accessories, and cabinet hardware. View the Collection
Sun Valley Bronze further expands its reach into modern hardware.
"Adding Reveal Designs to the Sun Valley Bronze family will expand our reach in the high-end, luxury modern hardware market not only in the U.S., but around the world.”Read More >
When asked about his background in metalwork, Bob Commons, founder and owner of Sun Valley Bronze, simply shrugged and said, “I had eighth-grade metal shop.”
What began in a friend’s basement in 1992, with homemade casting and foundry equipment, has now expanded into a multi-functional, family-run hardware factory with 47 employees and six dogs, right on the quiet Main Street of Bellevue.
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