7 Interior Designs for Interwood Lovers!
Wood is perhaps the most integral part of basic interior designing. So today, we will be taking a look at several interiors that have definitely redefined the use of wood in context of interior designing.
Blasé with a touch of lighting
This simple wooden interior design is more about imposing character to the room than anything else. The organic tones of the material – no matter how composite it actually is – creates a rater Zen aura about the space that is very difficult to attain with other materials. The hidden lighting in the display shelf create a modernity about this design without which it would have looked truly incomplete.
Furniture Choice a la Zen
The ideology of Zen is extremely deep rooted and obviously not applied to the fullest in this interior set. It does, however show in the furniture palate. The easy, organic aesthetic is not quite minimal but definitely lacks the austerity of modern and contemporary looks. The wooden aspect makes each and every piece a warm, integral part of the interior set.
The disparity of austere
If you carefully observes this interior, and imagine it in any other material other than wood – high gloss, for example – then you’d notice that the aesthetic would have been entirely relevant. But with wood, there is a very natural ambiance about this interior that works in complete disparity with the idea of austere.
Usually bedroom designs come with a flair – a touch of personal taste that reflects the personality of the user. With this bedroom, it is the simplicity of the wooden veneer that reflects the personality of the user that would inherit it. The ambiance is restrained, yet so simply elegant that you cannot help but like it.
Of the designs of kitchens
Modern kitchen designs are creatures of high gloss and veneer laminations, where wood used to be a thing of the past. But this specific design has managed to amalgamate the wooden aesthetic with a contemporary feel to create an aesthetic that is neat, sophisticated and pragmatic at the same time – the literal culmination and best of all worlds.
With a minimal use of wood
The majority of this interior is done in paint, leather and accessorizing, but the one thing that is made of wood, has become an essential high light of this room. The distressed shabby chic face of the cupboard is very vintage and extremely unique, and its integration with the contemporary side of the interior seems to be almost seamless.
To the art of contemporary
Another contemporary take on the wooden aesthetic, this one uses a vintage kitsch vibe and completely owns it. The overall idea is very unique and its execution within the limitations of the space is the cherry on top.