5 Clever Ways Using Wooden Accents To Your Home

Tiny wooden accents can go a long way in creating a visually stimulating interior design. Wood is one of those evergreen materials that are available in various finishes and even synthetic material choices. It is affordable and economical. The variety is always a bonus, so it is quite literally one of the best materials to use in any interior design to make it seem natural and welcoming. Today, we’ll be sharing 5 clever ways to introduce wooden accents in your interior design.

 

1. Inside the shelf space

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Shelving is one of the best ways you can embellish your interior designs. Inbuilt shelving in creative designs is a great way to make your spaces look absolutely charming. This image shows a shelf that has mostly been finished in white laminate. However the small wooden accents that make up the contrast of its design are what gives the whole space a visually dynamic look. you can definitely take inspiration from this technique.

 

 

2. Barn doors

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In an interior design that is mostly done in dull, monotonous tones, you can introduce large wooden accents to make the spaces seem more interesting. As you can see in this image, the barn door makes the whole interior design look chic in a vintage kitsch way. The overall impact looks extremely high concept contemporary.

 

3. Alternating surfaces

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Using a complementary wooden style accent in alternative surfaces of the same room can also make your spaces look very visually dynamic. It makes the eye jump from one part of the room to another. The contrast creates a dynamic aura which is stimulating to the eye. The asymmetry of this technique makes the whole design seem very cutting edge and elegant.

 

4. The frame effect

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Sometimes, you can use wooden accents to create a frame effect for your interior designs. In such situations, you’re not directly using wood inside the interior space. But you are using the wooden surfaces outside of the design to create a frame. It can either be a window or a door jamb. Either way, this frame effect is a subtle but effective way to get clever end results.

 

 

5. Furniture

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The simplest and easiest way to introduce wooden accents in your design is by doing so through furniture.  The furniture is sporadically spread throughout the space, and it can provide the right amount of contrast to the whole ambiance without much effort at all.

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