Liberty’s Homegrown Hardware Line at Home Depot: Made by American Artisans
Matt Waldrop for Homegrown Hardware by Liberty
Looking for unique, American-made kitchen cabinet knobs and pulls? That sounds like something you’d only find on Etsy, so it might surprise you to learn there’s an artisan hardware collection at — of all places — Home Depot!
Tammy Newhof for Homegrown Hardware by Liberty
Last year Liberty Hardware launched their Homegrown Hardware collection at Home Depot. The collection features handcrafted knobs and pulls made in the USA by three artisans: Tammy Newhof (from Grand Rapids, MI) makes her drawer pulls and knobs from fused glass; Sue Salvaterra-Hintz (from Weaverville, NC) handcrafts her cabinet knobs from clay; and blacksmith Matt Waldrop (from Zirconia, NC) forges all his hardware from iron.
Sue Salvaterra-Hintz for Homegrown Hardware by Liberty
This special collection is available in-store in select Home Depots across the Southeast and in New York, but you can buy the full collection online. Prices for the hardware start and $10 and go up to $40.
Buy the Full Collection Online → Homegrown Hardware Collection by Liberty at Home Depot
It’s great to see a big box store like Home Depot carry a collection like this, not only to support the work of these artisans but also to make their products so accessible to the rest of us!
(Images: Homegrown Hardware by Liberty)