We are happy to be included in the May 2017 issue of Canadian Living magazine on a “Keeping up Appearances” spread featuring expert tips and tricks to boost your curb appeal. Artfully designed, our Classic Door Knocker will be a welcome enhancement to the entrance of any home.
A new year, fresh with possibilities, brings with it a desire for change. It only takes a few timely moves, like swapping your dated bath fittings for chic fixtures in a bold matte black finish, or adding edge with geometric patterns and simple curves to reenergize your space. Here is our compilation of the best new looks and home decor trends to try in 2017.
The new Taymor Premier Interconnected Lock reinvents the aesthetic of unit entry door locks. Modern design and curvaceous, soft lines are a distinct departure from standard commercial-style offerings. Until now, builders and design professionals who require multifamily residential unit entry door locks that comply with critical code requirements, have had to select from dated styles more suited to commercial applications.
Come and see our latest products on display at the 2017 International Builders’ Show® (IBS) from January 10-12, during Design & Construction Week (DCW) in Orlando, Florida. We can’t wait to unveil our newest products at one of the design and construction industry's biggest and best events! Stop by our booth #W6947 at the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) and be the first to see our brand new Premier Series locksets, and signature bath collections among a hotbed of finishes, color, and design trends.
Design expert Andrew Pike featured Taymor on a special holiday episode of THE MARILYN DENIS SHOW, during day three of Marilyn's “10 Days of Giveaways” series, one of the most-watched Canadian lifestyle television events of the holiday season. During the show, Pike (sporting a festive glitter beard,) revealed his favourite must-have holiday gift ideas, which included the Taymor ‘Ultra’ bath set that every audience member also received.
Typically curb appeal is all about how things look when your design comes together. But there’s more to it than meets the eye. Some experts say you should be focusing on all five senses: sight, touch, smell, sound and even taste. We asked Scott McGillivray, master renovator and star of HGTV’s hit series Income Property, how you can use ‘sensory design’ to highlight an entrance.