Tips for Embellishing With Different Wood Tones
The moment for spaces filled with matchy-matchy wood decoration has come and (fortunately) gone. These days, mixing up various wood tones when decorating includes variation in color, texture, and pattern, which makes an area more aesthetically appealing. But what is the secret for integrating various woods tones without making a room feel cobbled together?
While there are no hard and fast guidelines, there are a couple of things you can keep in mind to achieve a specific look or mood. The essential need to understand? Natural wood colors are neutrals making them fairly goof proof to include into any color pattern. From contrasting tones to patterned grains, here are suggestions for mixing and matching wood shades like a pro.
Little Open Idea Home With Rustic Appeal
In this open concept small home by Jessica Helgerson Interior decoration based in Portland, Oregon, all of the wood furnishings matches the reclaimed wood function wall. The table made from walnut, which is a charming wood known for its strength gets the walls chocolate brown tones. The mismatched dining chairs in beech add a little contrast. The honey-toned wood collaborates wonderfully not only with the wall’s caramel tones but also the oak floor.
Integrate Live Edge Wood with Modern Wood Pieces
Four various wood tones are included in this small cooking area by New York based interior design duo Cortney and Robert Novogratz. The stunning natural shape of the live edge wood counter top draws the eye. The rustic, sculpted wood bar stools in walnut provide a boho ambiance. Adding a burst of golden yellow color are the customized oak cabinets. Topping off the floors are planks of warm walnut.
Add Heat to a Neutral Color Scheme With Different Wood Tones
Numerous wood accents in various tones add warmth to a neutral living-room with a cool color design. The style team at California based Phase 2 Contractors paired white walls with pale hickory floor covering to make the intense area appear bigger. Synthetic wood porcelain tiles cover the fireplace. A walnut system left wing adds useful storage. The easy chair and mantel are both solid oak.
Go For Contrasting Colors and Textures
Instead of matching wood pieces keep contrast, especially when it pertains to textures and surfaces, in mind. From furnishings to decorative accessories all of the wood tones shown in this Scandinavian apartment or condo found on Fantastic Frank meshed. The smooth wood serving bowls pop against the rugged dining table. The reddish midcentury console made of rosewood complements the golden oak floorings.
DIY Wood Feature Wall in Bed Room
Blog Writer, Kristin Eldridge, took common plywood planks to the next level using various tones of wood stain when producing this DIY feature wall. The completed job offered her bedroom a charming modern farmhouse ambiance.
Modern White Kitchen With Warm Natural Wood Tones
Rustic wood accents heat up this modern white kitchen by the interior designers at Studio McGee out of Utah. Rough-hewed ceiling beams lend drama. Sliced wood slabs complete the kitchen bar stools. A one of a kind variety hood with wood trim includes a dash of polish.
Wood Accents in Modern Black Living Room
Black walls and various wood tones offer this living room a masculine edge. Donna Dufresne Design based in Portland, Oregon embellished the area in classic midcentury furniture. Left wing is classic couch with a rosewood frame. The slatted coffee table is dark teak. Beside the black leather lounger is a tree stump end table. The wood mantel separate the dark wall while highlighting the cow skull.
How to Combine Warm and Cool Tones of Wood
Do not hesitate to integrate both cool and warm tones of wood in an area. In this visitor room by California based interior design company Vidal Design Collaborative a cool, pale wood floor is coupled with dark, warm wood walls. The bed linen in relaxing cool blue colors and carpet in a stimulating and warm shade of red help to balance the space’s contrasting color pattern..