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7 reasons to love decorating with wood

7 reasons to love decorating with wood

7 reasons to love decorating with wood

Rustic Shabby Chic Wood Interior

7 reasons to love decorating with wood

 

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Wood introduces a sense of warmth and character into a scheme and works equally well in modern and traditional homes

Eco-friendly and entirely natural, wood is a flexible element to work with, whether you are incorporating it into an interior, using it as an exterior façade or refreshing original wooden features.

Rustic, beautiful and incredibly versatile, wood is one of the most common materials used in the home. Chances are, you’ve got at least one piece of wooden furniture but what about using it on walls or floors?

Need more decorating advice? READ: 9 design ideas for wood from panelling to painted furniture

Behold the wonders of decorating with wood…

It can be restored to its former glory

Internal White Cladding Stained Rustic Floor
Restored Chair with internal white panelling

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Junk-shop and auction finds can be salvaged and made into pieces you’ll treasure. Any dents or scratches will add to the character but, if you prefer, they can also be sanded down and then refinished.

Teaming it with white can create a very modern look

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Combining the natural tones of wood with all-white rooms will avoid a clinical look and bring a sense of the outdoors in. Avoid mixing different timbers in a scheme as it can be confusing for the eye. Instead, mixing a single timber with other finishes, textures and colour allows the wood to be the hero and creates a visually more coherent look.

It can create an unexpected statement

Internal Wall Cladding Rustic and Contrast available from Timber Focus
Internal Wall Cladding Rustic and Contrast available from Timber Focus

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When used on a whole wall or as a headboard in bedrooms, wood can add warmth and drama to rooms. There is a huge variety of timber cladding available, so explore the options. Vertical or horizontal timber boards can be used to achieve a traditional or contemporary effect, while shingles can be beautiful and very striking.

It likes to be painted

Painted And White Wash  Wood Flooring Arktik Range
Painted And White Wash Wood Flooring Arktik Range

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If your floorboards are in good condition, painting them is an affordable and relatively easy way to create a country, shabby chic or industrial-style look. Using a light shade of wood internally will enhance a sense of space, particularly alongside a light decorative palette.

Related: 7 reasons we still (and always will) love marble

Light is its friend

Exterior White Painted Featheredge Cladding
Exterior White Painted Featheredge Cladding

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Take advantage of natural light by using thin, light oak to create a warm and modern yet rustic look. Cladding the walls and floors in a rich wood finish will add a textural feel and an almost cocoon-like effect.

It is a great way to add texture

Brushed Textured Feel profiles - Wood
Brushed Textured Feel profiles – Wood

Woods with a rustic appearance are popular right now, with rougher textures and grains being a great way to give your room a lived-in look. Decorative pippy oak with its knotty natural surface design will make even the newest of schemes look as if it’s been in place for years. ){t[n]=fu

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