There are so many styles and varieties of wood available in the market these days because this material has become such a ubiquitous part of the architecture and interior design industry. The various typologies of composite materials like laminates, vinyl and even tiles has resulted in some very unique design iterations these days. Further, we’ll be featuring 5 kinds of wooden accents that are all the rage these days.
1. In window coverings
Window coverings in composite wooden textures are a totally new trend that has taken the world by storm. If you complement it with the right furniture and color palate, you can achieve a diverse interior design that seems extremely attractive. The living room interior in this image features wooden textured venetian blinds that are complemented by a navy blue accent wall with beautiful accessorizing. The overall combo is brilliant and truly inspiring.
2. Standard doors
Typical wooden doors have become such a universal part of all interior designs that anything else looks weird now. Therefore, doors are one of the best ways to introduce wooden accents in your interior designs in quite a seamless way. Of course you can complement it with more wooden accents in different colors as well.
3. The cabinet formation
Kitchen cabinet laminates of the wooden textured variety are quite an aesthetically pleasing way to go about your interior design. You can pair them up with complementary backsplash and other laminate surfaces to achieve a material diversity. The overall look and feel of wooden textured kitchen laminates is universally appealing and stylish.
4. Wooden trimmed wardrobes
Fully-fledged wooden wardrobes are so 90s, but the ones only trimmed in wooden textures are totally up-to-date and stylish. You can also introduce other small wooden accents in your wardrobe design to complement the trimming. In-built handles are a good way to do so. Pairing it up with sleek, high-gloss wardrobe door leaf-façade is also a good design intervention.
Wooden louvers are a go-to design intervention when looking to spruce up any interior design in a natural, elegant and understated way. It has a very simplistic charm that looks gorgeous when paired up with stark colors and similarly toned furniture design.