5 Simple Tips To Add Wooden Textures To Your Home

Wood is such an evergreen and ever-present material that it has carved a special place in modern interior designs. We do not simply work with authentic hardwood surfaces anymore. The high density demand of this material has resulted in the formation of many wooden alternatives like tiles, MDF (mild density fiber), vinyl’s and other composites.

All of these have the look and grace of original wood, but they differ in quality and cost so that the everyone can actually afford it. As a result, the use of wooden accents in our home has become ten times more versatile and easy. So let’s look at 5 simple tips on how to use wooden texture in your interior designs.


1. Thin wooden louvers

Interior DesignHome Renovation Image Source: Luxespace Interior

While solid wooden surfaces are always timelessly classic, the newest and trendiest way to use wooden accents in your interior designs is by designing with thin, wooden louvers. These consist of slim slats of wood that have a calculated amount of gap in-between. They are a great way to work transparency in your interiors, and can offer a lot of aesthetic variables to work with.




2. Light wood floors

Interior DesignHome Renovation Image Source: Rhiss Design

Ever since interior design styles like the Scandinavian and Industrial styles started gaining a lot of momentum, there has been a high demand for light wooden floor surfaces. They’re a great alternative for dark tinted wooden accents and can definitely make any space feel much more larger and breezier than its original size.




3. In feature walls

Interior DesignHome Renovation Image Source: Form & Space

Even when you want to use wooden surfaces as only a special effect for your otherwise modern interior, then using it in feature objects requires a lot of finesse. You can use wooden laminates to design accent, feature or media walls. They’ll look absolutely brilliant in both style and texture amidst an otherwise completely modern interior.




4. The café style accent

Interior DesignHome Renovation Image Source: Edge Interior

The café style is one of the best trending styles in Singapore interior design industry. Its casual and friendly environment calls for some atypical wooden accents that are only available in alternative materials like vinyl and laminates. Using them in strategic locations throughout the interior design can make your spaces seem extremely stylish and trendy.



5. For a dash of bright

Interior DesignHome Renovation Image Source: Icon Interior Design

In dull interior design themes that use a lot of greys, wooden accents can be a spot of sunny within all the drab. Not only does it look absolutely stylish, it is also very important to create a drastic contrast that will make such interiors look interesting instead of boring.

No Comments Yet.

Leave a comment