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Interior Styling | Wood


Very much a part of the Scandinavian aesthetic, wood compliments neutral and monochrome interiors beautifully. I especially love the pale variety, teamed with a white and grey palette. 

A great way of adding a warm, natural feel to the home, pale wood can be introduced through flooring, built-in shelving, workbenches, cabinetry and furniture. Homewares, lighting and accessories provide a great way of adding wood in smaller doses. 

Today I've compiled a list of gorgeous wood products that I'm coveting right now. Which ones do you like?

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01 Buttonboard by Snug
02 Bowls by Unomatudo
03 Coral Light by David Trubridge
04 Wooden Spoons From Father Rabbit
05 Wood Lamp by Taf Architects for Muuto
06 Homestead Candlesticks by Ladies & Gentlemen from Douglas + Bec
07 Shelframe by Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad
08 Wooden Hand by Hay
09 Sycamore Wood Bird by Jacob Pugh
10 Natural Oak "Dots" by Tveit & Tornøe for Muuto from Douglas + Bec
11 Cloud Cutting Board by Caroline Gomez
12 Simple Storage Unit via Pinterest
13 Wood Coffee Mug via Vineet Kaur
14 Pieces Of Time Ash Wood Clock by Ding 3000
15 Bamboo Tray Table from Father Rabbit
16 Hang Around Cooking Utensils by Kibisi from Douglas + Bec

These Scandinavian style interiors from my Pinterest boards show how lovely wood can look in different rooms of the home. The growing trend towards the use of plywood is shown with the simple artboard (sixth photo down). An easy DIY project, this is also on my wishlist!

Have a lovely weekend everyone. I'll meet you back here tomorrow with an inspiring home. 

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  1. Love that wood has gotten it's way back into interior design.

  2. Beautiful post! I love the combo of light wood, white and a hint of black. Perfection ;)

  3. LOve the apple image and that image of the bed. fave wood product is that cool unit of draws. HAve a great weekend. x



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