Most of us have some sort of wood furniture in our homes, but when you think about just how versatile and adaptable a material it is, you begin to realise that maybe we’re not utilizing it to its full potential. Here are a few glorious examples of interiors that really are.
If you’re looking to create an accent wall in your home but want to try something entirely unexpected, then why not opt for wood?
Give your home a real Scandinavian feel by adding a few items made from natural wood – the more rustic, the better.
How about a rustic-style kitchen, like this one made from old oak? It may not be all shiny and new in appearance, but that takes nothing away from its appeal.
Even something as simple as these wood beams, which now serve as a bed frame, can create warmth and elegance within a space.
A wooden bathtub? Yes, but don’t worry, it’s been beautifully varnished so there will be no splinters in sensitive areas!
Don’t think wood has to be dark. Whitewashed wood, whether it’s the walls, the floor, or furniture, will help maintain that light and airy feel in a room.
And just as you would paint your walls any colour you fancied, don’t be afraid to paint/repaint your wood floors or furniture – make them as colourful as you like.
Despite being decorated with wood from floor to wall to ceiling to furniture, in no way does this space appear samey. Everything is unique enough to allow it to stand out.
A surprisingly attractive headboard, created with nothing more than some reclaimed wood.
From top to bottom, wood is the main feature of this loft interior. The beams limit the available space, yet the simple furnishings manage to work around it.
The subdued tone of this room has been achieved thanks to the understated wood furniture and plain wood floor. The other muted colours within the room keep it as such.
Wood furniture doesn’t have to be boring and uninspired. It too can make a dramatic design statement, as this stunning mid-century modern sideboard proves.
In this clean open space, it’s all about the wood floor. If you can, make your wood floors a focal point, don’t hide their beauty away.