Trending styles in interior door hardware

Finding the right style of interior door handles or knobs will make for the perfect finishing touch to a property.

By Hugh Metcalf | 24 June 2020

Whether you want to make a statement with a feature door handle, or just to create a sleek, but functional look, check out the latest styles in hardware.

modern stylish living room with panelled walls and dividing doors - grand designs

Image: Buster + Punch 

Door hardware may seem like a small detail, but the devil is truly in that detail when it comes to finishing your self-build or renovation project.

Go beyond basic and choose a style that complements the bones of your build and it’s sure to prove an investment that pays dividends over the lifetime spent in your home.

Modern industrial

black industrial door knob on a door - grand designs

Image: Buster + Punch 

The industrial trend is popular for modern homes, and lends itself well to the materials used to make hardware. However, capturing the spirit of this style is not so much abut recreating a factory-inspired look, but how traditionally industrial finishes can be elevated in design for the home. The designers at Buster + Punch are the masters of this, and their hardware is rightly a leader in the design field. Knurled detailing is a particular strength, including this new range of door knobs which launches in July and perfectly capture industrial luxe style.

Statement designs

Kramer Colour Pop Door Handle

Image: Dowsing and Reynolds 

While there are plenty of examples of statement, maximalist homes around, creative feature hardware isn’t reserved solely for these kinds of designs. Where interiors are sleek and architectural, using a surprising element within the design adds an unexpected joy to the design. Think homes with boldly colourful staircases, for example. An idea like these Kramer colour pop door handles from Dowsing & Reynolds could be that small detail which adds this moment of fun that elevates a scheme.