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Dec 13, 2021

The design-focused hardware company presents new products pushing style and trend barriers
for a modern and high-end living space

ORLANDO, Florida — December 1, 2021 — Emtek, a leading decorative hardware company
based in Los Angeles announces today, the debut of new home hardware products and an
expanded collection that will be shown at the 2022 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in
Orlando, Florida from February 8-10, 2022.

The dedicated exhibition space (booth W528) will feature Emtek’s vast variety of hardware
products across door hardware/accessories and cabinet hardware. With the help of Emtek’s
Hardware Mixologists, visitors will be able to participate in an interactive experience at the
Hardware Bar mixing and matching their own Emtek Select lever, knob, or cabinet hardware
showcasing the ease of assembly and the endless customization options. Visitors will be able to
take home their customized hardware free of charge.

A new addition to the 2022 booth, Emtek will showcase their design process with a 3-D printing
demonstration to showcase how the brand looks for inspiration in design beyond just door
hardware. The 3-D printer will create one custom product prototype design each day at KBIS,
including a suited collection of lever, knob, rosette, and door pulls, that will help attendees better
understand how this new technology is being used in Emtek’s product design story, as well as how
it’s improving the standard hardware manufacturing process.

Emtek product highlights at KBIS 2022 include the Select Levers and Knobs, Select Cabinet Pulls,
Modern Cabinet Backplates, Mix and Match Privacy Thumbturns, The Ace Knob, Manning Lever,
and Watford Rosette, along with the expansion of the Studio Brass finishes. The Studio Brass
Collection introduces boutique designs, inspired by the world beyond door hardware and is now
available in 10 finishes including Pewter, French Antique, Satin Rose Gold, and Matte White.

Left to Right: Emtek Select R-Bar Lever and Knurled Disk Rosette in Satin Brass Finish; Emtek
Select Collection (Handles, Knobs, Levers, and Rosettes)

“We designed the Studio Brass Collection, which is unique to Emtek, to challenge current styles
and pave trendsetting paths in hardware,” says William Zhang, Director of Design & Product
Innovation at Emtek. “Our goal is to position hardware as a core facet of the design process
evident in the new features and finishes, including the Matte White and Satin Rose Gold both
exclusive to this collection.”

Emtek Studio Brass Spoke Knob in Flat Black, Polished Chrome, Satin Brass, and Unlacquered

In addition to Zhang, visitors have the opportunity to meet with members of Emtek’s corporate
team including Jason Chau, President of Emtek & Schaub,Steve Kamp, Vice President of Sales
and Marketing, and Tammi Zelm, Vice President of Customer Experience.

To see Emtek’s complete product portfolio, visit or your local Emtek dealer.

Kristin Olson at The Consultancy PR,


About Emtek
Door and cabinet hardware is more than just a way to open, close, and secure a space. Since
1981, Emtek has asserted its integral role in the design process and acted as an extension of your
personal style. With cutting-edge designs, a variety of finishes and styles, and fine craftsmanship,
Emtek stays ahead of the curve with its finger on the pulse of the market. Assembled to order in
Los Angeles, Emtek provides customers with endless opportunities to customize the products to fit
every home improvement or renovation project.

Emtek is a part of ASSA ABLOY, experience a safer and more open world.

The ASSA ABLOY Group is the global leader in access solutions. The Group operates worldwide
with 48,500 employees and sales of 8,2 billion euros. The Group has leading positions in areas
such as efficient door openings, trusted identities and entrance automation. ASSA ABLOY’s
innovations enable safe, secure and convenient access to physical and digital places. Every day,
we help billions of people experience a more open world.