The Warmth of Wood in Design
Todays design environment calls for lighter walls and sunlit rooms Still nothing adds more warmth to your domain than wood. We know this from years of walking on and cherishing wooden floors. Regardless what interior design style you are embracing, you can still add the warmth of wood to your home or office.
Raw edge wood, wood that maintains the natural edge of the tree rather than squaring it off, is leading the endless parade of wood right now. One reason for popularity is its natural beauty. No matter how you introduce wood into your style, whether something as small as a cutting board or as large as a custom made dining table, you will be bringing in a piece of art to your home that will make Morher Nature proud and you smile.
Here are a few ideas to inspire you to add natural wood in unique ways.
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1 ~ KITCHEN COUNTERS & ISLANDS
2 ~ BARS
3 ~ DINING, COFFEE & CASUAL TABLES
4 ~ DESKS & STUDY AREAS
5 ~ HEADBOARDS
6 ~ SHELVING
7 ~ LIGHTING
8 ~ CHARCUTERIE BOARDS & TRAYS
9 ~ SLIDING DOORS
10 ~ MIRRORS
11 ~ ART
12 ~ BATHROOM VANITIES
AND ... ACCESSORIZE AND DISPLAY!
There are so many inspirational designs out there created by talented woodworkers and artist than I can begin to show you in one article. Click HERE to go to my Pinterest board to see more and photo credits.
What better place to search for raw wood, furniture or great accessories than at the Lakewood 400 Antiques Market! The Market is open the 3rd weekend every month and is a glorious treasure hunt sure to delight. You absolutely never know what you may find there! For info Click Here!
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