When it comes to style, it’s all in the detail and door hardware can make a powerful first impression. Handles help define the look of your home. They also set your level of privacy and security, from simple internally lockable doors to new-gen smart entry ones.
Whether your interior style skews towards classic, rustic or minimalist, Gainsborough is your go-to brand for lever sets, pull handles, smart locks and matching accessories to suit a range of budgets.
The Avant series is designed for modern everyday living, with three styles of user-friendly lever handles in solid zinc, in five fashion-forward finishes. The Omni Accent collection has a slimline pull handle with a concealed lever in stainless steel, plus Gainsborough’s signature Trilock locking modes: passage, privacy and deadlock. The matt black range delivers an ultra-contemporary look. (Black accents throughout a home provide a stylish and elegant touch, like Gainsborough’s ‘Avant Rivera’ passage set in matt black*.)
The Freestyle Trilock comes in matt black or satin chrome and is an elegant finishing touch to a smart home. This award-winning design offers keyless entry, remote locking, Trilock technology and multiple user access, so you can schedule entry for up to 20 different guests while you’re out of town. Taking your keys on a walk is a thing of the past, and the app offers peace of mind that other family members have arrived home safely. For added security, there’s an emergency key override and encrypted connection.
Pro tip: Gainsborough’s patented, award-winning QuickFix technology simplifies your project by cutting hardware installation time to as little as 30 seconds (after latch and strike installation). There’s no need to trim screws for different door thicknesses – simply position, twist and secure.
Some products are not available at all Bunnings stores, but may be ordered.
*Also available in satin chrome, brushed chrome and satin brass.
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When following our advice in our D.I.Y. videos, make sure you use all equipment, including PPE, safely by following the manufacturer’s instructions. Check that the equipment is suitable for the task and that PPE fits properly. If you are unsure, hire an expert to do the job or talk to a Bunnings Team Member.