Interior Inspiration: Wood
Hello, everyone! I’m Mari, here with a guest post from Arcadian Home blog, a great place to find interior design inspiration for everything from beautiful mini pendant lights to warm and cozy rugs for the floor.
Today’s guest post is all about wood and it’s eye-catching impact on interior spaces. From the living room to the dining room, kitchen and bedroom, we’re going to take a visual tour of beautiful rooms made more visually interesting by wood. Please enjoy!
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What an amazing sofa this is surely a conversation starter. This living room with rustic beams exposed is filled with great furniture and a most intriguing owl portrait.
Wood as sculpture, that’s what this room offers. The floor to ceiling column is made of small strips of unfinished wood that add beautiful natural texture to the sleek white space. Mid Century furnishings are a perfect design choice for this open living space.
Black on black is beautiful but a black kitchen is unexpected, and fabulous ,when a massive slab of reclaimed tree trunk is used to create a stunning table/breakfast bar. Modern pendant lights in black contrast beautifully with the organic look of the table, as do black Eames side chairs.
Unfinished wood makes for a beautiful feature wall above a tufted leather headboard that stretches from wall to wall. What beautiful texture and color on the fringed throw.
Ancient wood beams were left exposed when this home was restored. The custom bed is a more modern look in wood. What a lovely mix of old and new.
Pale wood envelopes this sleek stainless steel kitchen from floor to ceiling. Donít you love the joined corners and built-in open storage? And, no window frames to mar the view, just one massive piece of glass.
A sleek thin wood tabletop provides a resting place for iconic Eames house birds in this pristine white dining room. Doesnít the space look even more beautiful with the addition of a metal and glass pendant light?
Once more wood stars in the form of a dining table. This time both the top and base have been created from amazing reclaimed wood. Modern meets rustic with the addition of Eames stackable chairs and an awesome Arc light in brushed metal. Images 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8
What do you think of these wooden inspirations? Leave a few comments below and be sure to stop by our blog for more inspirations in home decor and pendant lighting!
Lund & Paarmann is all about testing new ideas. There is no space for compromise function, comfort or quality. And new idea behind every piece. I am in love with the troll chair, which is ‘inspired by fantasy-books, Dumbledore, Trolls and cold winter days. Big enough to curl up with a good book, comfortable for socializing with a nice cup of tea. The quality is the very best and the materials are Icelandic sheepskin, full grain saddle leather and oak.’