SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Schwinn Hardware plans to introduce several integrated furniture hardware and LED lighting solutions at NeoCon 2016 to be held June 13-15 in Chicago at the Merchandise Mart.

Schwinn is now offering two its Full Length Tab Pulls and handle free cabinet hardware. Both systems allow designers to keep the surface of the door or drawer free from any hardware.

Full length tab pulls are designed to run end-to-end on the edge of a drawer or door panel. Schwinn’s 3766 Series has a slender, architectural, and highly ergonomic profile. The series is available in stock in 8 lengths and 4 finishes. Any in-between length (up to 2 inches shorter than each stock size) can be custom ordered. The installation is clean and simple with wood screws. No routing required.

Schwinn’s CS 3 Series, a Handle-Free Cabinet Hardware system, consists of aluminum channels plus accessories that allow designers to keep the surface of drawers and cabinets completely free from hardware. Mounted to the cabinet box, the channels provide the cavities so that door or drawer panels can function as the grip surface. Available in 4 in-stock anodized finishes, the horizontal and vertical channels are easy to install with Schwinn’s patented twist-lock bracket. Available installation drawings, routing templates, CAD files and accessories provide the architect and cabinet shop with everything necessary to successfully implement this innovative solution into any project.

When it comes to lighting as a design element, Schwinn is providing tools to integrate lighting into the designed environment. At NeoCon, Schwinn will show its LED lighted wardrobe system, LED lighted furniture feet and handles. Schwinn LED integrated hardware provides orientation, mood, and visual texture for spaces ranging from hospitality to hospitals, residential to office.

See all new introductions from Schwinn from June 13 to June 15 at Neocon Chicago, Floor 7, Space 3066.

Download more information at http://www.schwinnhardware.com/nc/products/downloads.html.

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