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