Doorbells to entryways are like jewelry to an outfit: you can get away with something simple, but it’s a chance for more glamour. Our version is quiet, architectural, and designed in quality metals. The doorbell is a chance for making a good impression, so why not take it?
Above: The Euclide Doorbell is designed by Jean-François d’Or for Maison J. Vervloet-Faes is available at E.R. Butler & Co. (one of our go-to sources for the most glamorous hardware). Contact for pricing and more information.
Above: The French light switch company, Meljac, designs doorbells like the Push Button Doorbell, shown in brass; available to order directly through Meljac.
Above: The Bauhaus Doorbell is from Katonah Hardware; contact for pricing and availability.
Above: The Convex Doorbell Button, shown in white bronze light, ranges from $132 to $167 at Rocky Mountain Hardware.
Above: The Art Deco Bell Push in polished nickel is £59.75 ($73 USD) at Willow & Stone in the UK.
Above: The S/3001 Door Bell Button with Rose is from the Vervloet Collection at E.R. Butler & Co. Contact for pricing and more information.
Above: Another Meljac Push Button Doorbell in an art deco design.
Above: The Victorian Brass Bell Pull is a reproduction of original bell pulls; £32 ($29 USD) at Willow & Stone.
Above: The Baldwin Round Bell Button, shown in Lacquered Vintage Brass, is available through Balwin retailers.
Above: The Doyle Doorbell is from Katonah Hardware; contact for pricing and availability.
Above: Rejuvenation’s Mid-Century Star Doorbell Button is modeled after a vintage design; $29.
Above: The Rectangular Brass Bell Push is £20.25 ($25 USD) at Willow & Stone in the UK.
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