HB 2300 Series Square D Pulls by Halliday + Baillie bring a contemporary twist to an old favourite

Aug 27, 2021
  • Article by Tom Holland

Proudly designed and made in New Zealand, Halliday + Baillie’s products have been synonymous with quality, flair, functionality and longevity.

So it’s no surprise that its HB 2300 Series D Pulls have quickly become a ‘go to’ option for the design savvy here in Australia and around the world.

Bringing a contemporary twist to an old favourite, Halliday + Baillie’s Square D Pulls are milled from solid brass and are available in four finishes.

Whether you keep it classic with aged or solid brass, make it gleam with polished brass or go minimalist with satin black, you can rest assured that Halliday + Baillie’s finishes are unlacquered to age gracefully overtime.

After all, in a chat with inside, Halliday + Baillie director Tanya Rive is quick to point out that 2021 is all about the texture.

“Texture with pattern, streaky marbles, different finishes on door handles, textures on concretes, block work and timbers are all the rage when it comes to fittings in 2021,” she says.

“I just love seeing our designers playing with texture!”

And since Halliday + Baillie knows that a one-size pull doesn’t fit all doors, the HB 2330 Series comes in two lengths – HB 2235 300mm and HB 2340 600mm – with a variety of fixing sets, along with a matching HB 2360 knob. The series even comes with an additional solid brass rose, which is recommended for use on soft wood doors.

And, like all of Halliday + Baillie’s products, this series is proudly produced in low volumes to enable careful monitoring with a correspondingly high production quality and the utmost attention to both materials and finishes.

Discover the HB 2330 Series Square D Pulls on the Halliday + Baillie website.

Photography supplied.

Halliday + Baillie is a New Zealand company that has been operating for 22 years, and has exported hardware worldwide for a decade.

Its designs encompass quality, flair, functionality, and longevity across door hardware, sliding door hardware (including a full range of flush pulls, end pulls, flush bolts, locking and privacy sets etc), stair rail brackets, door stops, drawer and blind extrusions and wet area vents.

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