Decor with Different Wood Shades
There are some Tips for Decorating with Different Wood Tones
While there are no solid and fast rules, there are a few things you can keep in your mind to achieve a specific look or mood. Natural wood colors are neutrals making them fairly goof proof to incorporate into any color scheme. From contrasting tones to patterned grains, here are tips for mixing and matching wood shades like a pro.
Small Open Concept Home with Rustic Appeal
In this open concept the dining table made of walnut, which is a lovely hardwood known for its strength picks up the walls chocolate brown tones. The uneven dining chairs in beech add a little contrast. The honey-toned wood directs attractively not only with the wall’s caramel tones but also the oak floor.
Combine Live Edge Wood with Modern Wood Pieces
Four different wood tones are combined in this tiny kitchen by New York based. The attractive natural shape of the live edge wood counter top draws the eye. The rustic, carved wood bar stools in walnut lend a boho vibe. Adding a burst of golden yellow color are the custom oak cabinets. Topping off the floors are planks of warm walnut.
Add Warmth to a Neutral Color Scheme with Different Wood Tones
Several wood accents in different tones add warmth to a neutral living room with a cool color scheme. Faux wood porcelain tiles cover the fireplace. A walnut unit on the left adds practical storage. The lounge chair and mantel are both solid oak.
Go For Contrasting Colors and Textures
Instead of similar wood pieces keep contrast, particularly when it comes to textures and finishes, in mind. From furniture to attractive decorations all of the wood tones shown in this Scandinavian apartment spotted on Fantastic Frank fit together. The flat wood helping bowls pop against the rugged eating table. The reddish midcentury console made of rosewood complements the golden oak floors.
Modern White Kitchen with Warm Natural Wood Tones
Rustic timber pronunciations warm up this modern white kitchen by the interior designers. Rough-hewed ceiling beams lend drama. Sliced wood slabs top off the kitchen bar stools. A one of a kind range hood with wood trim adds a dash of polish.