13,780 Oil Rubbed Bronze Hardware Home Design Photos

Robert Nebolon Architects
12 Reviews
San Francisco Floating House
Australian Cypress with tung oil finish
on the wall..who is the fairest Mirror of all? The ones at Restoration Hardware! Good Luck!
The flooring is Australian Cypress with a tung oil finish. You can get this flooring from any hardwood flooring dealer
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cypress flooring with a tong oil finish
“shower doors” — drcdrk
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Our experienced team includes a licensed architect and an interior designer. As an award-winning general contractor, we provide a true design/build approach managing your project from start to finish.
Elizabeth Cb Marsh
12 Reviews
Powder Room
A spin on a "rustic" bathroom with herringbone tile detail, inset mirror and grasscloth wallpaper, wall faucet in antiqued bronze. Curtis Martin Photography.
Oil rubbed bronze traditional faucet/lights and herringbone tile backsplash…yes to oil rubbed bronze fixtures.
I like backsplash and bronzes hardware but don't like
Great warm tones with bronzed fixtures and lights.
“Maybe we could do herring Bore on backslash” — Vicki Hibbert
Kathleen Walsh Interiors, LLC
master bath
Lew We tore out the old bath and designed this masculine master bath for 2. The lighter stone tiles and countertops balance the dark paneling and oil-rubbed brinze fixtures and accents. Detailing like the towel niches and more-feminine lined light fixtures finish off the room perfectly.
This is a travertine called "Durango" and the insets were bronze tiles.
Tile. Travertine in Durango with bronze tiles
“alcove tub” — lreal4286
Matthies Builders
5 Reviews
Matthies Builders
if i want to go traditional with oil rubbed bronze doors
Venetian Oil Rubbed Bronze
oil-rubbed broze door replacement
Oiled bronze
“Shower” — cmgarza
Candlelight Homes
9 Reviews
Modified Telluride by Candlelight Homes
I love these pendants! I wonder if we choose the antique bronze, should we match that to our kitchen faucet and also if we have a breakfast area just beyond the island, does that light fixture need to be the same
The pendants appear to be chrome. According to the Restoration Hardware website, theky come in satin nickle and poished nickel finish. I assume these are polished nickel? Thank you very much for the response!
Love this kitchen! Can you tell me what finish the cabinet hardware is? Thank you!
Brushed Nickel or Oil Rubbed Bronze finishes as well as two 6", one 12" and two 15" stems and 5 links of 9-gauge chain. http://progresslighting.com/products.aspx?product=P5197-09
The pendant lights are from Restoration Hardware.
“open and bright space” — Hanjing Pu
Thomas Buckborough & Associates
8 Reviews
Thomas Buckborough & Associates
What is the finish on the cabinet hardware? Should the hardware match the faucet? How do I make my hardware flow?
you don't need to match exactly I think its good not to have them be completely different, such as oil rubbed bronze and chrome. Match the general tones and don't fuss over them being exact. Dark bronze tones or silver tones or gold tones as a theme.
“Dark counter light cabs” — Michelle Sagray
Murphy & Co. Design
4 Reviews
Beautiful!! What type of hardware was used for the cabinets?
What finish is the hardware & who makes it? Thank you!
What hardware did you use on the cabinets? Love this whole look!
Yes, the kitchen faucet (located at the back wall, in front of the window) is an oiled bronze finish
speaking of hardware, is the sink fawcet also a dark color, I'm guessing an oil rubbed bronze?
counter w/ white cabinets and bronze fixtures
everything! 1. the arch of the double doors 2. the kitchen hardware 3. the dark stained beam 4. the counters 5. the columns by the stove 6. the sink area 7. the island 8. the floor stain do NOT like the back splash
“breakfront range” — s344418
Paul Moon Design
4 Reviews
Lovely kitchen! I see you used honed absolute black granite. Does that need any special treatment such as oil? My friend has a black honed soapstone which needs oil or some treatment. Are they both comparable?
what kind of cabinet hardware is used on smaller cabinets, that are double door, does not look like single knobs? for example over fridge & built ins
It's tough to tell from so far away, but I think it's latch hardware in oil rubbed bronze. http://www.houzz.com/photos/145074/Small-Oval-Cupboard-Latch-traditional-hardware-other-metros
What a relief! There is a lot of info out there about oils soaking in but if it's treated with an oil-based sealer or enhancer it should be fine, correct? Please advise.
“Pendants” — Wendy Pesce
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