wooden & chrome beehive door knob




NEW! Wooden & Chrome Knobs

Fans of Suffolk Latch Company's classic rosewood door furniture will love these new door & cupboard knobs

Wooden door and cabinet knobs have timeless appeal. For period properties,  traditonal knobs are a perfect way to complement existing features, and modern interiors can benefit from the classic vintage styling.

These new wooden and chrome knobs are an addition to our current range of popular wooden designs. The chrome roseplate offers a versatile choice for home projects and brings a contemporary feel compared to the antique brass rose plate versions .

'We have had so many requests for a chrome option for these door knobs,' explains Carl Benson, the Managing Director at Suffolk Latch Company. 'And going forwards, we are planning to expand many of our ranges to give customer's the best choice for their needs.'

Already with a long waiting list, these new wooden and chrome knobs are set to be a big hit.

wooden & chrome door knobs

The beehive door knob is an iconic design and the orgins of this style go back to the late 1700s, the Regency era. During the Georgian and Victorian periods it became the knob of choice. The repeated reeded rings give this knob its beehive name and also provides a grip feature. Along with the Bun and Ringed designs, Beehive knobs are a great choice for adding authentic period style into your home

Choose from polished or ebonised rosewood and co-ordinate with matching beehive and chrome cabinet knobs. With these new options it will be hard to narrow down your wish list!

beehive door & cupboard knobs


"Beehive Door Knobs are one of our most popular designs and  customers will love this new chrome option."

Sharon Benson - CEO


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