An ever popular interior design choice, minimalist decoration can be viewed as stylish or boring depending on your personal choice. Maybe it depends how well the whole scheme comes together.
Achieving the right look will depend on your ability to keep to a limited colour theme of one or two colours. The golden rule is to keep things simple. A minimalist scheme is best suited to tidy people who are well organised as this is never going to be a cosy lived in look. If you want to create a monochrome scheme then you may wish to add one colour as a focal point but no more. Otherwise the look will become too busy. Depending on how strict you are with the definition of minimalism, you may choose an item of furniture or a piece of art to be the one element that stands out within an otherwise minimalist room. This will become the centre of attention in the space so choose it carefully. When working with such a limited colour range it is a good idea to combine different textures and materials. This helps to avoid the room appearing completely vacant and stark.
If you are going for a minimalist design scheme you will probably want simple sleek internal doors to complement your sophisticated look. Doorsan offer a wide range of doors including white doors and timber doors. If you are looking for a simple stylish internal door then you might like the look of our Drakeunfinished oak internal door. Featuring five horizontal grooves, this is a popular design which is otherwise plain. If you are looking for a glazed white door then our white Pattern 10 door is a very simple design featuring a vast panel of safety glass in the centre. Available with clear or frosted glass the Pattern 10 design will certainly complement a minimalist theme.