5 Tips To Use Wooden Fixtures and Detailing In Your Home

5 Tips To Use Wooden Fixtures and Detailing In Your Home

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When it comes to interior designing the essentials are having variety in colors, patterns, textures and style. There are also a few rules that apply to working with any kind of wood for any furniture or area of your home. These are…

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  1. Be aware of your undertones. Finishes do not need to match but should at least complement each other.

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2. Be mindful of the grain. In a way, you are trying to maintain the same pattern and mood of the wood.

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3. Use buffers. Do not place two or more types of wood on top of each other. Instead, place something between it.

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Rugs, couches, tables and other furniture are a good example of buffers.

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4. Minimize. Stick to 2 or 3 types and repeat these a few times around your space.

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This helps make a room feel less chaotic and balances everything out.

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5. Try white wood. If you’re not sure, opt for white. They go well with anything.