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4 ways to accent your home with wood furniture

Natalia Kolomiets

Published on June 04 2020

 4 ways to accent your home with wood furniture


Wood is an aesthetic choice for the home that never goes out of style. However, how you thread it and weave it through the overall aesthetic of your home can change, depending especially on the style choices not only in the rest of the room but also in your home in general. Perhaps there's something a little too rustic (forgive us now if this is too blasphemous). 

Therefore, there are a few ideas you can use to help incorporate more wood pieces into your home as an interesting wood accent without overwhelming. You can do this in the following way:

1 - Tailor-made bookstores

One of the easiest and most enjoyable ways to incorporate more interesting wood pieces into your home is through shelving. An important part of our homes, they house our book and escape other realities, so why not splash an extra special wood finish to highlight this importance?

With a bookshelf, you can get several custom options to suit both your style and the space available. The fact is, bookcases can be ships, they can be circular, and they can even be a map of the world if your goals stretch that far. Your imagination is often the only limit when it comes to discovering the best custom bookcase for your home.

Whatever your choices, be sure to use good quality wood. As quality is usually best indicated by the quality of the materials used when it comes to shelving more than anything else.

2 - Rustic office

Do you work from home or do you use a desk regularly at home? Then forgo the cheap alternatives you can find at any budget furniture store, instead, turn to the custom nature of wood. A natural wood desk is not only stylish, but it can improve your motivation to get things done, no, really! The better you enjoy the design of your home, desk and all, the more motivated and happy you will be overall.

And the great thing about a dedicated home office space, if you have one, is that you can easily incorporate more wood pieces. Frames, wooden bulletin boards, shelving, and even additional storage (think filing system) or these storage trunks can be made from the same wood or a matching aesthetic. The more natural your home office is, the more interesting a place to work.


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3 - Coasters and placemats

Incorporating wood into your home doesn't always have to be done in a dramatic way. Instead, you can choose to accent your entire home with wood in smaller, more interesting ways. Think coasters, placemats and other smaller pieces of decorative items.

Using smaller pieces like this to highlight the beauty of the wood, without overwhelming the room, can make fantastic small reflections. It's also an inexpensive way to incorporate the pleasing aesthetics of real wood, without the cost of larger pieces.


4 - The headboard

A solid wood headboard is also a great way to add an unexpected design element to your bedroom. A headboard can add a pop of color, texture or create different lines in the space. These pieces add another visual layer to your bedroom and are the perfect way to add a touch of personality. So, if you decide to spice things up with the wood headboardyou'll also get an amazing smell in your room.

Also, consider the aesthetic you want to aim for with the chandelier. As you can easily choose to go with a more traditional or more modern style when choosing your chandelier. Your contemporary furniture choices can suit almost any style, but if you are looking for a more traditional look, be sure to consider this carefully when choosing a chandelier.

At the end of the day, you can incorporate more wood into your home quite easily. Simply consider your space and the pieces available to you, then slowly piece them together throughout your home to create a cohesive wood aesthetic through these dramatic accents. The use of wood furniture has many benefits: see the benefits of using wood furniture.

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