Wooden textures can now be emulated through so many different materials these days. From laminates to textured tiles, everything has its own impact. Moreover, each wooden texture brings in a whole new flavor to your interior designs, so they’re a must-have when you’re renovating your homes. Further, we’ll be looking at 5 different wooden accents you can use to liven up your HDBs.
1. Cherry Wood Accents
Cherry wood accents have a reddish-brown tint that is very rustic in style and has the ability to make any space look warm and cozy. Most of this particular interior design has been done in comfortable cherry-wood finishes, and the overall effect tries to emulate a resort style tropical charm that is totally unique.
2. Mahogany furnishings
Mahogany wooden accents are very rich and impactful. You can use them sporadically in an interior design to create contrast. For example, you can dress your media wall in this particular wooden texture while the rest of the design is carried out in other colors and material tones. Try to make sure that these other tones are bright enough to be truly contrasting.
3. Cherry-Walnut combo
While cherry wood is bright and attractive, walnut wood is rich and dull. They’re the perfect contrasting wooden combination. This image shows how you can use both of these textures in tandem and moderation. The cherry wood accents may be the highlight, but the dull walnut accents are what balance out its brightness.
4. Dark, moody walnut
If you’re interested in carrying out a serious, moody theme, then your color and material scheme is definitely going to be more on the dark side. So what’s the perfect wooden texture to use in such a design? Walnut, it is. It can be used in the furniture scheme to capture that edgy vibe that comes with dark, moody interior designs.
5. Light Oak
Oak is the lightest hued wooden texture you’ll find in the market. It’s perfect for Scandinavian style interior designs. You can even furnish your floor with this particular texture and even go for oak laminated kitchen cabinets and shelving for your interior designs. Note that this kind of a texture only looks good with proper contrast and accessorizing, so you definitely have to do that as well.