Flush doors have become increasingly popular and loved by design addicts in recent years, as they not only give the room a spacious, fresh and bright character, but are also able to adapt to any context thanks to total customisation of the door. Its structure, made up of an aluminium frame and the absence of architraves, makes it possible to create an optical illusion that gives greater airiness and depth to the entire room.

How to match a flush door to interior design

The elegance of the flush door offers a modern, minimalist aesthetic that can also be harmoniously combined with other traditional doors in the same room. It is important to take a balanced approach to ensure a smooth transition between different styles to create a cohesive and refined ambience.

To achieve a flawless result, one must be aware of the general style of the house and analyse the context, taking into account the architectural style, materials and dominant colours. These aspects are basic to choosing flush doors and integrating them into the design of the home without creating strong contrasts with other doors.
Starting with the materials, if traditional interior doors are made of wood, we suggest preferring wood-effect finishes that match the style of the furniture and the other doors. This helps to create a visual connection and unify the space. Continuing with colours, the advice is to maintain a single colour palette, preferring similar shades or possibly creating a well-balanced contrast.
Finally, we suggest using similar accessories, e.g. handles, as they help to consolidate a coherent visual appearance.

In addition, a balanced and consistent distribution of flush and traditional doors throughout the home contributes to a smooth transition between two completely different styles and, at the same time, avoids excessive contrasts. When both styles are used, traditional doors are often preferred for the main rooms, such as the bedroom. Flush doors are mostly preferred for delimiting secondary spaces or concealing laundry rooms, as the “concealed” technology allows for optimisation and space saving.

How to customise Flush Doors

Maximum creativity and customisation of the door is the key factor most favoured by interior designers. The door can be presented in different ways:

  • Laminated door: this is a basic and versatile choice. The flush door can be covered with any laminate décor and texture; the same décor can be used on both flush and traditional doors. If there is a boiserie next to the flush door, the same laminate décor can be chosen and reproduced on the door to create a linear and continuous visual effect.
  • Lacquered door: a sophisticated choice. The lacquered door always has the ability to give an incomparable elegance to the room, the lacquered version on a flush door gives a clean and uncluttered feel to the room.
  • Painted door: this is the best known and most widely used version. Generally, the door is supplied by the manufacturer in its raw version, so that it is painted on site in the same colour as the wall, creating visual continuity and formal neatness.
  • Door with wallpaper: this is the trendiest version. This element allows the door to be customised in a unique and original way. You can express your personality thanks to a wide choice of patterns, styles and colours.

In conclusion, the choice of flush doors is an art that is based on the balance between functionality and aesthetics. The careful choice of colours and styles allows the doors to blend in with their surroundings.

The strategic use of these doors not only helps optimise space, but also contributes to creating a harmonious atmosphere within the home.