Interior doors are one of the most important elements of an interior. They enhance the overall impression of the style of the house or flat and form a complete picture of the space. The question on the minds of many purchasers is how to make the interior doors fit with the interior, especially if the flat and the house have different styles.
The most win-win option is considered to be a door in neutral colors: white, cream, gray, etc. To maintain the color of the door, casings and skirting boards that match the door are used. There is no particular rule for combining doors with other elements of the interior. Due to the versatility of a neutral color, the door color may not match the color of the furniture yet it will not create any disharmony.
In Europe, it is also popular to play with the color combination of doors and the staircase of the house. This is then harmonized by the use of baseboards of a neutral color.
White Interior Doors
The optimal solution for decorating any room would be doors in neutral light shades. Products with noble white color will give the room a sense of lightness, visually expanding the room space. White doors look unobtrusive and almost invisible, with them you cannot worry about what color the doors should be to match the floors, walls, and furniture.
White interior doors, along with the window frames, won’t draw attention. It won’t contrast with the overall interior with its component elements. Light-colored doors with an antique effect of aesthetic shabby details will fit a variety of styles:
Matching Color Combinations
In a private house or cottage, the color of the slab can match the interior decoration of two rooms at the same time. In this case, two-tone models can be a rather interesting and convenient solution. They allow you to create a harmonious design in both rooms where the door is placed. Moreover, it is quite an interesting detail that is still new to many decorators but which also becomes even more popular each year.
Asymmetry and bright accents are also popular. The door slab in this case is characterised by maximum simplicity, but the color of the finish immediately catches the eye — it can be red, pink, blue, yellow, green, and their shades. Doors and baseboards should be the same color. The best wall color in this case would be darker, complementing the contrast.
Dark shades perfectly complement spacious rooms and can be used in high-tech and similar styles. In order not to make the room too gloomy, glass inserts can be used in the design of the door leaf and do not disturb the eye. The most popular dark colors are wenge, Merbau, teak, and walnut, which add a touch of austerity and sophistication.