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Get the Look: Monochrome Interiors

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Get the Look: Monochrome Interiors

When it comes to timeless design, the combination of black and white is something that just never seems to go out of style. Both contemporary and sophisticated, the black and white of a monochrome interior fits seamlessly with a whole host of styles, from minimalist and Scandinavian to art deco designs.

So, how can you tie this adaptable style into your home? Monochrome interiors flourish when you think about the little details and add in those all-important finishing touches; this can include the likes of throws, cushions, artwork and other accessories, but don’t forget about your door handles and doorknobs too. 

To help you achieve the perfect aesthetics for your living space, our More4Doors team have put together a few of our favourite door furniture pieces that’ll fit right at home in any monochrome interior. 


Matte Black Doorknobs

If you’re looking to complete a monochrome interior, there’s perhaps no product more stylish and aesthetically pleasing than a matte black doorknob. It offers a clean, unfussy design that doesn’t detract from your living space while simultaneously tying in with your monochrome accessories. 

Fixtures such as the Matte Black Beehive Mortice Door Knobs pictured above add in simple textures and a stylish finish to any room, all while providing a practical and comfortable design. If you’re searching for a door handle instead, why not go retro with the likes of our art deco-inspired Matte Black Contempo Period Door Handles.

matte black door knobs


Black Antique Handles

You don’t have to go matte black to enjoy the virtues of a monochrome style interior, because there are plenty of amazing designs out there to enjoy whatever your decor. If you prefer time-old, traditional aesthetics then why not compliment your monochrome interior with black antique door handles?

Products such as our Regal Black Antique Door Handle subtly bridge the gap between modern and classical, allowing you to effortlessly tie in modern appliances or furnishings with antique touches throughout the room. If you’re going all-out, why not employ something a little more extravagant? Our Fleur de Lys Black Antique Door Handles are sure to turn heads and get people talking.

Black Nickel Handles

Of course, at the opposite end of the scale to antique, there are plenty of contemporary door furniture choices to choose from, including popular black nickel door handle designs. The likes of the Techno-T Knurled Door Handle in Black Nickel from Orno Design Handles (pictured above) is as solid and functional in its composition as it is eye-catching in its finish. 

It’ll effortlessly fit into the majority of monochrome interiors while adding something a little different to your decor’s design, and this solid-looking product is simply something that you want to hold and use. If you’re looking for something that’s more on the ornate side, why not try a black nickel doorknob as opposed to a handle? There are plenty of stunning designs such as the Ringed Mortice Knob in Polished Black Nickel that will give your monochrome room that extra wow factor.

Silver Handles

If you are looking for a matching handle for a piece of black furniture or cupboard doors, a chic silver or gold design is ideal for an on trend touch. Our Chrome Diamond Detailed Half Moon Cabinet/Cupboard Pull Handles, which are also available in gold/satin brass, are perfect for a minimalist yet statement making handle choice for a monochrome look. Tip - Add to kitchen cupboards for an instant refresh. 

If you’re searching for more interior design inspiration and helpful how to’s, head on over to our More4Doors guides or follow our expert team on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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