Faceplates and Strike Plates

Bathroom crystal doorknob

The faceplate and strike plate protect the parts of the door hardware near the latch as well as the edge of the door and door jamb.

Determining Backset Size and Door Thickness

When ordering door hardware, it is important to know what will work with your door. Learn more about measuring for backsets and door thickness.

Nostalgic Warehouse on YouTube

Nostalgic Warehouse Installation

Nostalgic Warehouse has door hardware installation videos and more on our YouTube channel. Read all about it!

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Rustic and Refined: Hardware for the Farmhouse Style

Studio Short plate with White Porcelain Knob Satin Nickel

Nostalgic Warehouse captures the essence of pure Americana with their Farmhouse-inspired hardware.

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A Cohesive Collection for Cabinets

Brass Cabinet Hardware

Nostalgic Warehouse introduces stunning all-brass hardware tailored exclusively for cabinetry in the kitchen, bath and throughout the home.

Cabinet Hardware Details and Decisions

Cabinet hardware is a small detail that can make a big impact in your kitchen or bath, and even on refurbished furniture pieces.

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New Looks, New Brand at IBS 2019

Ageless Iron One Piece Handleset

Nostalgic Warehouse and Grandeur Hardware are making plans to unveil their latest innovations at the 2019 International Builders Showcase in Booth SU3033 from February 19-21 in Las Vegas.

Living vs. Lacquered Finishes

Timeless Bronze Finish

When choosing a finish, the basic question is whether you want your finish to change with use and time. Unlacquered brass achieves a beautiful, warm patina over time. Otherwise, if you want your brass hardware to remain new-looking, it must be lacquered.

Forged Brass vs. Cast Brass

Making forged brass is a longer, superior process than stamped or cast brass. Forging produces a solid brass product with very few imperfections. Typically, forged brass is tougher than cast brass because of the thermal and metallurgical process it goes through.

Door Handing

Door Handing Header

Door Handing refers to the way a door opens and is determined by the hinge locations. Learn the differences between right and left handed doors.