A contemporary threshold bar
Dinac ### To create a very decorative effect thanks to the threshold bar, you can bet on a bi-material model. Thus, metal is combined with slate, copper with concrete and a raw material with aluminum for finishes that combine tradition and modernity.
A metal threshold bar
Dinac Because the industrial style continues to invade our interiors, there are also threshold bars that can adapt to it. Metal is then a material of choice because it evokes sobriety and elegance.
A leather threshold bar
Dinac If leather was once reserved for furniture, it now finds a place of choice in decoration. To add a chic detail to your interior, then bet on a threshold bar that imitates leather.
A graphic threshold bar
Dinac To elegantly finalize your floor, you can also opt for a black or white floor bar. These timeless and very graphic colors will inevitably find their place in the decor.
A stainless steel threshold bar
Monsieur Bricolage To play the simplicity card between two different coverings, you can opt for a stainless steel threshold bar. It will easily adapt to light and darker coatings.
A gray threshold bar
Monsieur Bricolage Because gray is very trendy in the home, you will find threshold bars that imitate wood in a gray shade that will go perfectly with charming interiors or seaside atmospheres.
A neutral wooden threshold bar
Monsieur Bricolage For a contemporary interior, you can bet on a threshold bar in a wood that is neither too light nor too dark. It will thus adapt more easily to your interior.
A black threshold bar
Monsieur Bricolage To elegantly highlight your interior, why not opt for a threshold bar in black wood? This shade will adapt very well to a designer interior.
A light wooden threshold bar
Monsieur Bricolage Finally, for a natural or Scandinavian-inspired interior, preferably choose a threshold bar in very light wood which should perfectly match with parquet in the same colors.