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Design Sleuth: Cremone Bolt Cabinet Hardware

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Design Sleuth: Cremone Bolt Cabinet Hardware

January 21, 2013

Add an instant Old World look to a cabinet with cremone bolts, which allow you to activate two separate locks at the top and bottom of doors with one handle.

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Above: Vintage cremone bolts from The Door Store in Toronto add a pleasingly traditional note to a built-in glass-fronted cabinet; the cabinet and trim is painted in Benjamin Moore's Dove Wing. Photo of the 2011 Princess Margaret Showhouse by Michael Graydon via Canadian House & Home.

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Above: We like Baldwin's streamlined Cremone Bolts; prices start at $360 at Handle Sets.

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