Baldwin Launches Hollywood Hills by Erinn V. Collection

31, Dec 2018


Baldwin Hardware has launched Hollywood Hills by Erinn V., a stunning new hardware collection designed by celebrity designer Erinn Valencich.  

“Hollywood Hills by Erinn V. strikes the perfect balance between chic, traditional elegance, and clean modernism,” said PJ Rosch, senior brand manager for Baldwin Hardware. “Our team worked in concert with Erinn to create a striking collection that easily makes a statement without being overly fussy.”

Working with Baldwin’s industrial design team, Valencich developed a collection that is uniquely Baldwin, with unmatched quality and craftsmanship, and also undeniably “Erinn V,” with a California-cool vibe. Valencich loves clean, industrial lines and drew inspiration for Hollywood Hills from the linear, stacked geometry found in nautical pieces.

“I really wanted to create a collection that would work beautifully with both traditional and modern designs," Valencich said. "In my mind, it needed to include statement-making pieces that would leave a lasting first impression. The collaboration with Baldwin’s design team has been energized and inspired, and I’m thrilled we succeeded in creating this collection, which is perfectly balanced and definitely makes a design statement throughout a home.” 

With a tall, 20-inch back plate, Hollywood Hills creates immediate interest as a statement piece. The collection has a clean, contemporary look that works well across many design aesthetics. It boasts two tubular handlesets, two mortise entrance sets, three knobs, three rosettes, one deadbolt, a variety of cabinet and appliance pulls, and one new cabinet knob.

It is available in 18 finishes. Erinn’s personal favorites are polished chrome (260) and vintage brass (033). Click here to see the entire collection.

Baldwin Launches Hollywood Hills by Erinn V. Collection

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