Wood is an excellent element to add to any interior space. Adding warmth, natural beauty, and comfort is why wood is very popular to incorporate into home spaces. Wood can be used in any home’s style, including rustic, modern, and even vintage. One idea for your home is to install reclaimed high ceilings to add uniqueness and create a more intimate atmosphere. You can also stack up birchwood logs into a decorative fireplace to make your home feel like a rustic getaway. Wood light fixtures are the perfect cherry on the top of wood accents in your home. The wood is more sustainable, offers an organic look, and can be incorporated into most areas. Let's dive into what wood accents you can incorporate into your home this spring.
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Cabinetry markets used to go to great lengths to conceal the wood grain and worked towards making every single cabinet and kitchen piece uniform. The reclaimed wood trend began around ten years ago and is now a staple in interiors worldwide. It has opened the door to mixing textures, colors, and wood grain finish to create a unique space. We have collected our favorite photos of wood-accented kitchens and compiled our very own products to complete your dream look.
1. Warmth is Everything
Wood surfaces make it easy to add softness and warmth to any space. Taking this extra step adds a statement piece that is also functional! When you add a wooden accent chair or side table, the entire mood of your room will shift. This hint of wood will add the warmth you are looking for.
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Want something bolder? One option is to resurface your kitchen island. You can resurface your countertops with butcher block to add immense warmth to your home. This will add a rustic modern aesthetic and will draw the eyes of your guests.
The Ventana counter stool flaunts sweet juxtaposition with its simple, sturdy construction, contemporary woven paper fiber seat, and convenient wrap-around footrest.
2. Make a Statement
When you layer many different wood surfaces in your kitchen, you can create a dynamic and eye-catching space. For example, let's say your kitchen is bright with natural light and grey tones. Although this creates a very sleek look, it can be overpowering. Instead, consider adding a bold contrast with wood on the countertops and incorporating a darker wood with your bar stools.
This is an example of a gorgeous bar cart with an iron metal frame and a wood cabinet, perfect for your DIY bar. Inside the wood cabinet, there is a wine rack that can hold five bottles. On top of the bar, there is a glass mirror surface to keep your barware.
The ZLINE 369UF wall mount wooden range hood is designed to be both elegant and powerful, featuring the industry's only lifetime warranty motor. In addition, the beautiful unfinished light wood and stainless steel inner frame make it durable and long-lasting. This durable construction and ZLINE's lifetime warranty motor - a ZLINE exclusive - guarantees a range hood that will last for a lifetime.
3. Frame Your Space
Wood beams will draw the eyes up and add a unique style to highlight the architectural details of the space. The ceiling of your home is usually a blank canvas and one that is too often neglected. Beams, whether structural or purely decorative, can instantly add visual interest. Reclaimed wood planks will create a rustic ambiance, while white-washed panels enhance the coastal appeal. Everything ties together when you add wood floors and counters that mirror the ceiling.
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4. Widen Your Space
Anytime you add a wide array of one color or texture, it draws the eye along and makes your space look larger. The same happens when adding natural wood to your kitchen cabinets. Lighter wood finishes with bright and airy wall paint or backsplash will expand the perceived space and make your kitchen more inviting.
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Experience Attainable Luxury with premium eco-friendly washing features and a modern integrated complete control design in the ZLINE Dishwasher with a Traditional Style Handle. Designed to optimize performance every use, this dishwasher features industry-leading ZLINE Multiple Filter System technology.
5. Wooden Decor
The easiest way to add wood accents into your kitchen without breaking the bank is to add decor and accessories. Adding wooden placemats, bowls, and cutting boards will create a space that will feel more homey and cozy. A range hood can be a great statement piece. You can create your own with refurbished or new wood. When you add a wooden range hood, you can change the entire look of your kitchen from bland to Pinterest-worthy.
Even in contemporary-style kitchens where grey is becoming the new white, cutting boards are still the perfect functional accessory.
These bowls are great for storing your fruits and vegetables or adding some party favors. Whatever you decide to use these bowls for, just know your guests are going to be asking where you got them from.
With all the new and beautiful ways wood with texture and grain can make your kitchen more inviting and exciting, there is one last question. Which one will you choose?
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