GRANDVILLE, M.I. – What does it mean to be a master craftsperson? Spanning more than 120 years, three generations of master craftspeople at Belwith Products have honed and fine-tuned their expertise into a legacy of elegant, trend-leading home décor design. With the next generation of masters coming into their own, Belwith will celebrate its past and guide its future with a major announcement regarding a key specialty channel brand at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS), happening January 10-12, 2017 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.

Built on a rich heritage, Belwith celebrates a brand in decorative cabinet hardware specifically for kitchen and bath showrooms. Under the creative message of Refined in Elegance, a trend-inspired line of unique designs currently not found within the hardware market, are among the many new elements attendees will experience at KBIS.

“The fact that Belwith is a part of a legacy that goes back 123 years is something we’re extremely proud of,” said Tim Emmitt, president of Belwith Products. “We’ve been producing cabinet hardware for decades, and we are experts at what we do. We’re committed to providing customers exceptional product and services.”

According to Emmitt, it is Belwith’s in-house artisans and design team which conceptualizes designs from fashion and home decor trends and allows the company to remain on the cutting edge of fashion with a steady stream of new products.“Our design team has a keen eye for capturing and re-imagining architectural design trends into cabinet hardware,” said Emmitt. “Our refined product and expert fit and finish set Belwith at the top of luxury hardware brands.”

Designers can expect big changes in new products for 2017 that will enhance and delight the specifying process from new showroom displays to a free sample program launching in spring 2017.

Belwith Products remains an industry-leading brand in stylish and functional products for more than 120 years.

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