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Queslett: The Collection

Queslett: The Collection

Presenting a beautiful blend of form and function, let us introduce you to one of our most popular collections - meet Queslett.

About Queslett

With a classic New England look - think coastal elegance inspired by homes in some of the most spectacular north-eastern American states like Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, this stylish three-piece collection is made from the finest solid brass for cabinet hardware crafted to truly stand the test of time.

Perfect for kitchen and utility cabinets, each of the forged pull handles and cabinet knobs showcase timeless smooth curves for a style that complements this desirable interior aesthetic. 

Queslett inspiration

As one of our most covetable collections, Queslett is a firm favourite with interior designers all over. From the beauty of burnished brass to a satin antique gloss lacquer, each of these finishes lends itself beautifully to spaces featuring bright whites and colonial blues - a further nod to the New England design inspiration behind Queslett.

In this decadent Woodale Kitchen, the cabinetry, both built-in and the island, provide plenty of storage options and so the designers opted for a mix of our Queslett Square Knobs and our regal Belgrave Pulls. In sleek satin antique gloss lacquer, this truly luxurious finish highlights the handles throughout.

Irish kitchen designers Richard Burke Design paired our Queslett Square Knobs and Queslett Pull Handles in a satin nickel plate finish for their Cashel project. These accents look fresh and contemporary against Farrow and Ball painted cabinets in Strong White and Parma Grey for the contrasting island.

Named The Marylebone Kitchen, the team over at Newcastle Designs selected Queslett handles in classic burnished brass for this inviting open-plan kitchen. The trio of pendant lights and central island are a clear focal point within the design and so the warmth of this particular finish ties the smaller design details together effortlessly.

Discover the Queslett collection

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