What’s Hot: Natural Wood Decor


One of the hottest trends in home design is the use of natural wood accents and textures in home decor.  Coupled with the movement to be eco-friendly, the design world has embraced natural wood with much enthusiasm.  Reclaimed wood is all the rage and is appearing everywhere from planks on the walls to furniture for the home. 


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Layering wood textures ties the indoors to the outdoors and is an easy way to enhance your interiors with nature’s own sculptures.


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Green design embraces the beauty that exists in wood and places its character on display in the form of home decor.  Here are a few favorites found online that will bring the trend of natural wood into your home too. 


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From top left: Isa Chandelier, Alice Lane Home, $3,325; Reclaimed Wood Mirror, The Cross Design, $1,680 CAD;  Ubiquity Lamp, Anthropologie, $298; Dotty Wood Placemat, Crate + Barrel, $14;  Napa Valley Candelabra, Anthropologie, $248; Timber Side Tables, CB2, $169; State Boards; Upwood Crafts; $39;  Wood Ice Bucket, Chic Shop LA, $175; With the Grain Canister, Anthropologie, $148;  Root Mirror, Haus Interior, $330;  Twisty Stool, Viva Terra, $165;  Acacia Wood Bowl, Terrain; $10;  Weathered Wood Lamp, Terrain; $398;  Reclaimed Wood Table, Pottery Barn, $1,299;  Eames Walnut Stools, Home Office Solutions, $879 each;  Twist Turn Console, Wisteria, $649



Are you a fan of the reclaimed and natural wood trend? 




4 Responses to “ What’s Hot: Natural Wood Decor ”

  1. I’ve always loved natural wood, and I guess I exemplified that when we bought a log cabin a few years ago as a weekend retreat. Guess you can’t get more ‘woody’ than that!

    I’m a new blogger (lovin it so far), and my latest post is about a wood table I got for $5! Since I know you have absolutely nothing else to do Kate ;), check it out and let me know what you think. The blog isn’t ‘live’ yet, ie, i’m not ready for prime time, but let me know what you think.

    P.S. I know you love NY, and I LOVE the wine country, so next time you’re coming east let’s house swap!

  2. Kate – Great post. These wood accents really contrast well with solid colors in the room. I’m going to try some of these in a couple rooms. That lamp gives it a cool rustic/outdoors look. Since I live close to a lake, there may be some drift wood laying around for free :)

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