7 ways with wooden accents in your interiors
Wooden accents have been trending all over the design market and have carved themselves a nice, edgy niche that will forever be evergreen. There are many ways to imbue wooden accents in your interior space. Many of them include floor and countertop expressions, but once in a while you could also play with actual wooden fall design to amp up your ambiance. Below, we will be looking at 7 ways you could implement wooden accents in your home.
While not the most conventional countertop application, wooden accents do have a knack of seeming just the right amount of rustic and organic within this particular application – just look at the beautiful surfacing in the image below.
- Wall applications
Wooden accents through wall cladding need to be carefully doled out. You have to select the right combination in order to get the desired results. The image below shows the wooden wall application in two juxtaposing tones that bring out the best in the interior.
Your wooden accents do not always have to be the usual woodsy shade. You can certainly deviate from the normal rustic textures that define the wooden genre. For example, the rough wooden accenting on the media wall below are the best kind of different.
- Two toned and all out
While wooden floors and wardrobes are definitely an individual thing of their own, their combination could definitely become clashing or overwhelming f there is no diversity in the texture. So the two toned wooden accent applications in the image below are just the right amount of diverse and unique.
- In small amounts
Wooden accents in small amounts could be the very impactful in the grand scheme of things. You just have to select the right texture of wood to implement this idea. The image below shows a strip of wooden floor that is bright yellowish-brown in color – maybe teak – and its aura definitely manages to imbue a rustic authenticity within the surrounding interior space.
- Wooden tiles
The bathroom may not be the best place to use real wood – as it can bloat with too much unchecked water exposure – but it can certainly be dressed with wooden accented tiles. The bathroom interior in the image below is the perfect representation of this idea; wood-that-is-not-wood in all the places that suit your aesthetic.
One of the mainstream ways to imbue wooden accents without using actual wood, composite laminates have been taking the interior world by storm. The interior below showcases a kitchen unit that has been dressed in wooden laminates that make the space look charming, rugged and lived in.