Founded by Atlanta-based interior, product and accessories designer Jessica Davis, Nest Studio produces sophisticated cabinet hardware with points of inspiration ranging from Bauhaus and art deco to the natural world and ancient architectural forms.
The most-recent introduction by the atelier is Aperture Series, which was designed with retrofit applications top of mind. Influenced by the rapid innovation of art and design throughout the 20th century, the linear and minimal collection plays with the concept of positive and negative space.
Aperture consists of pulls and knobs in multiple lengths, each of which are designed with multiple mounting points in order to accommodate a range of standard centre-to-centre dimensions.
Further, for retrofit applications, each of the hardware pieces are made at a width that covers pre-existing mounting holes, eliminating the need for refinishing previously drilled millwork.
Two material in multiple finishes are available: The white oak version can be oiled, waxed or unfinished (which can be painted or stained in a colour that matches the cabinetry); and the solid brass iteration can be polished, satin or unlacquered or finished in polished nickel or matte black.
A universal backplate can be added in a matching or contrasting finish and material, allowing for a high-degree of customization.