The Sun Valley company also opened a Ketchum showroom in February 2014 

Boise, Idaho—Monday, April 28, 2014— For the third year in a row, the architectural and design community has recognized Hailey-based Rocky Mountain Hardware in Interior Design magazine’s award program, honoring Barn Door Track as “Best of Year” in the Hardware category.

“We are thrilled to be a third consecutive Best of Year winner,” said Christine Kirby Pfau, director of marketing for Rocky Mountain Hardware. “We value the opinion of the A & D community, and we are continually humbled by their appreciation and specification of our products for their projects.”

Founded in 1994, Rocky Mountain Hardware is a leading manufacturer of bronze architectural hardware. It operates three production facilities making door and cabinet hardware, kitchen and bath accessories, tile, plumbing, lighting and more. Rocky Mountain Hardware products are cast of 90-percent post-consumer recycled materials and are distributed through decorative hardware showrooms around the globe.

“The quality of our work is, of course, our first priority,” owner Patsy Nickum said. “But it is perhaps our unique and compelling designs that set us apart.”

Inspired by the needs of its clients, Rocky Mountain Hardware offers the most complete line of hardware for the entire home. “But if you cannot find what you are looking for within our line,” Nickum continued, “we will work hand-in-hand to custom design your vision. Fulfilling our clients’ dreams has always been and continues to be the source of our inspiration.”

Rocky Mountain Hardware opened a new showroom on Main Street in Ketchum in February 2014. Located at 180 North Main Street, the 1880s building has been completely renovated to highlight the company’s complete offerings, including door hardware, accessories, sinks, faucets, lighting and more.

“This new space really puts Rocky Mountain Hardware at the forefront in our home community, which is something we are very excited about,” Rocky Mountain Hardware President Christian Nickum said. “We have had a showroom in the light industrial district for years, but we felt it was a good time to move to a prominent location to showcase our product the way we want it to be seen.”

The new showroom is Ketchum features iconic favorites combined with an exclusive look at newly introduced door hardware collections and light fixtures. In addition, the showroom also represents a wide assortment of other manufactures’ hardware and accessories to meet every design style and budget.

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