So Your Favorite Material Is Wood?

Wood is one of those amazingly versatile construction and design materials that can be used to do anything. Over the years, we’ve developed many composites of this materials so now it can be available in more inexpensive forms as well. From solid to engineered wood, there are tons of applications of this material, and if it’s your favorite, then we’ve got a treat for you today! Let’s take a look at all the ways you can incorporate wood in your home interior designs.

 

 

 

1. All around

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 So the thing is, there are so many different varieties and textures of wood available in the market these days. As a result, if you want to, you can easily dress your interior designs in various textures and shades of wood. Take this image as an example – the floor, furniture and wall claddings are all different variations of wooden textures, and all of them create a nice contrasting balance with each other. You can do the same!

 

 

2. On the floor

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While using wood in all the various surfaces of your home can look aesthetically pleasant, it looks even better when you go for the traditional wooden floors! You don’t exactly have to opt for the expensive hardwood floors. You can go for vinyls and other composites instead for a cheaper and more economic budget!

 

 

 3. Furniture is a must

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 There are two ways you could go when it comes to choosing wooden furniture – either solid wood or engineered wood. Solid wood furniture is made of authentic hard and soft wood so it’s infinitely sturdier. However, it’s also extremely expensive. On the other hand, engineered wood furniture is highly trendy and relatively inexpensive. But it can be harder to maintain in the long run.

 

 

 4. Complementing nicely

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 Ok so one of the foremost things you always have to remember while using wooden textures in your interior designs is that they always need some balance. Wood, wood and wood may sound charming and cozy, but you obviously need some visual diversity as well. So it’s always recommended to complement your wooden features with something lighter and contrasting like high gloss laminates or paint.

 

 

 5. Think out of the box

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 If wood truly is your favorite material, then you must think of some out of the box ways to incorporate it in your designs. You can go for a wooden laminated vanity or distressed wooden tiles laid out in a plank formation. Or you could even opt for a beautiful wooden bookcase to add an extra oomph to your spaces.

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