5 Different Flavors Of Wood For People Who Really Love Wood

Wood is one of those completely ubiquitous materials that you can find in all sorts of interior designs. There are so many different kinds of wood and they’re available in so many modern, synthetic and organic materials that it can be extremely hard to make the right choice. Today, we’ll be taking a look at 5 different flavors of wood, and how they can impact their surroundings.

 

1. A light floor

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If you look at this interior design, you can see how the bright, cheerful interior design theme translates wonderfully with the help of the right texture of the wooden floor. It has just the right amount of grain along with just the right combination of light and dark accents to infuse with all three dimensions of the space.

 

2. Dull on the front

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The dull colored wooden floor in this frost white bedroom interior design provides a nice juxtaposition. It plays with the scale-to-scale contrast of the entire space, and stops the whole interior design from coming off as too stark or austere. Instead, it infuses a small sense of warmth with its dull texture.

 

 

3. Contrasting textures

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The differing textures of wood that make up this interior design create a multi-layered theme. While the wardrobe door has a more linear texture, the floor in incrementally lighter and more organic in its texture. Together, the two wooden textures provide a great contrast that adds to the aesthetics of this interior design.

 

 

4. Bright on the eyes

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The attractive bright wooden material application in this kitchen interior design evokes a very traditional vibe. It plays con the conventional aesthetic, but aside from the wood, the rest of the aesthetic veers right into the modern category. This ‘transitional’ style of visual design could only be carried off with the help of the right texture of wood.

 

 

5. Light oak

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The oak veneered texture on this vanity is a breath of fresh air that makes this otherwise simple bathroom interior so much more interesting. It pairs of extremely well with the white fixtures and the black floors, so the end result is quite stunning in an understated, subtle way.

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