The Personal Touch
Designing or renovating a home is one of the most exciting and daunting tasks a family can undertake. There are so many choices along the way that you’re faced with unlimited potential and the feeling of being slightly overwhelmed. By the time you get to the finishing touches, the small details that really bring a home together, you’re very likely in need of a little extra help. Fortunately for the folks in Central Ohio, Columbus is home to one of the finest kitchen hardware showrooms in the Midwest.
Linda Manket has been in the home decor industry for over 30 years and has honed her taste and attention to detail to a refined art. Her showroom is a vast, sunny, open gallery of hundreds of beautiful variations and styles in home hardware accents and details. She and her staff have cultivated one of the most enjoyable shopping experiences in the industry, something appreciated by homeowners, architects, contractors, and interior designers alike.
Choices Depend on Personal Style
When it’s time to start putting the finishing touches on a home design and you’re ready to browse the options available for kitchen cabinetry and bathroom knobs, there’s no better place than Premium Hardware.
Clients from all over Ohio and the Midwest scramble to book an appointment with Linda for her famous personal touch tour. Greeted in an open gallery and offered refreshments, eager homeowners and savvy designers are given a private tour of the gallery’s many design boards while Linda probes with insightful questions about the design and style they’re going for.
“Everyone has a vision,” says Linda. “It’s a matter of coaxing out of them the right details to make a selection they’ll really be happy with.”
Once she has an idea of what the designer or homeowner is trying to achieve, Linda can show them some suggestions from her hundreds of styles and selections. With over forty different brands in stock, some of which are only available exclusively at Premium Hardware, there’s little doubt that you’ll find what you’re looking for.
“The hardware is supposed to complement a space,” Linda reminds her guests. “Not overtake, not overpower.”
Linda has cultivated a highly sophisticated niche in the world of home design and decor, unmatched by anyone in the area. She gladly accepts inquiries via phone and through her website. If you’re curious or in the middle of a project, come in and browse the showroom and see what Premium Hardware is all about.