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5 unique wooden design elements you can use in your homes

Woodworks and carpentry constitute a major part of the overall renovation, and there’s a lot of room of innovation in all of their designs. Here are 5 unique wooden design elements that you can use in your homes:

 

1. Floating consoles

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Floating carpentry – like nightstands, dresser, etc. – are a new and very popular advent that has been taking the design world by storm. However, floating consoles in living rooms are better than anything else. They make a great statement piece and often have everybody curious about how they’re standing. Moreover, they can be paired with innovative drawer ideas and the open base can be used to store various media paraphernalia.

 

2. Live edge furniture

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Live edge furniture is a win-win wooden design element for everybody. It has an infinite grace and charisma that can make any space attractive. A live-edge dining table or coffee table can add a lot of personality in your spaces – especially if you’re working with an open floor plan. Their classic designs and gorgeous top frames are a great design element in their own right.

 

3. Feature in-built shelves

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Built-in shelves are an absolute essential in every home interior these days, and what better way to execute them than in wood. The naturally cozy quality of wood can make such large-scale design elements feel organic instead of overwhelming. You can even experiment with different kinds of displays – tall, horizontal, asymmetric, symmetric, etc. – when you’re customizing this sort of a feature element.

 

4. Camouflaged doors

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Camouflaged doors are a great wooden design element. Since typical doors can look a little conventional, and may even interfere with other parts of the interior design, you can use camouflaged doors instead. They merge well with the background and don’t mess with the overall flow of the room. They can even blend in with the adjoining design elements if they’ve been done in wood.

 

5. Creative in-built sitting

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If you’re going for customised carpentry, then there are lots of creative ideas that you can emulate in your homes. However, creating a sitting area is going to make your homes look truly unique and memorable. It can be a part of a feature length shelf as shown in this image, or it could be something completely different. The best part about this idea is that you have a lot of liberty to exercise your creativity!

 

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