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SA Baxter Architectural Hardware

SA Baxter Architectural Hardware

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SA Baxter designs and manufactures timeless custom and semi-custom architectural hardware for high-end residential homes and buildings, offering the most extensive palette of patterns and finishes in the custom architectural hardware industry. Our goal is to enable design. Breaking the mold, SA Baxter gives clients the ability to customize over 200 signature hardware designs with an array of finishes and alloys, or the unprecedented freedom to create their own custom door hardware, window hardware, or cabinet hardware. From door knobs and door levers to window levers and cabinet knobs, SA Baxter can turn just about any concept into exquisite architectural hardware. FOUNDRY AND ATELIER SA Baxter’s architectural hardware are handmade to order by a group of local, world-renowned artisans using both modern and old-world manufacturing techniques in our eco-friendly foundry and atelier, located in the New York Hudson Valley. By marrying the ancient process of lost-wax casting to 21st century advances in green technology, SA Baxter is uniquely positioned to produce the most detailed door hardware, window hardware and cabinet hardware that is simply not available elsewhere.

Services Provided

Interior Design’s “Best of Year Product Design Award.” - Nita Suite by Anthony P. Brown

Areas Served

New York, Hamptons, Fairfield County, Boston, Chicago, Miami, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Palm Springs, Las Vegas, Paris, London, Rome, Geneva, Brussels, Amsterdam, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Hong Kong, Dubai, Zurich, Milan


Interior Design’s “Best of Year Product Design Award.” - Nita Suite by Anthony P. Browne

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Business Details

Business Name

SA Baxter Architectural Hardware

Phone Number

(212) 203-4382


200 Lexington Ave. Suite 1205
New York, NY 10016


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