• 70 Years Strong

    This year marks the 70th anniversary of Taymor, and we're inspired and grateful for the relationships we have been fortunate to have with our customers and business partners. This year’s new product offerings celebrate our longstanding history as a Canadian architectural hardware company as we continue to honour and emphasize great design, quality, and value.

  • Urban Appeal

    Designed for city living, our artful new Suite and Simple® Collection is perfect for small spaces. Well-proportioned with thoughtful detailing, the double towel ring accommodates a thick bath towel and hand towel comfortably. Try it in matte black, polished chrome, or in the unique round version from our Bitter Suite Collection.

  • It’s Classic. Literally.

    The commemorative 1948 Collection represents our 70th anniversary and longstanding history as a Canadian architectural hardware company. Round or square, the stacked design elements and notched detailing are reminiscent of a handcrafted log home, an iconic and historical part of Canada. For an expertly coordinated environment, complement these highly stylized bath accessories with our 1948 lever.

  • Light it Up

    Our stylish Backlit LED House Numbers feature matte black metal construction, a durable frosted acrylic backing, and long-life LED illumination that provides a modern, floating effect. Automatically turn the illumination on at dusk/off at dawn with an optional light sensor accessory, and connect up to five house numbers with the required power supply, both sold separately.

  • Artful Elegance

    Part of our Premier Line, the Catana lever offers a refined, minimalist look in a non-handed, ergonomic design. Characterized by curvaceous soft lines, Catana lends a modern touch of elegance to any space. Available in all standard functions: privacy, passage, and dummy.

Admire & Inspire
The new 2019 Taymor Catalogue is here!
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Sweet Entry
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What's New
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