Wood decor works for most interior styles. And with wood decor I mean the little things, such as cutting boards, serving trays, pretty toys, ethnic bowls and so on. The earthy characteristic of wood adds warmth and texture to an interior, and each piece is unique. Who wouldn’t like those supersized wooden cuttingboards with loads of French cheeses, nuts and grapes?

And they look good too when not in use and set against the backsplash of your kitchen counter. And how about a few hand-made African bowls to throw in your housekeys, wallet or other things that are always lost when you need them? The simplicity of a piece of tree trunk as a sidetable, well, I could go on and on. Enjoy the small selection below and let me know what your favourite wood decor is.

A rough and rustic wooden bowl in this otherwise clean and minimal interior, nice contrast - via Stil Inspiration

A rough and rustic wooden bowl in this otherwise clean and minimal interior, nice contrast – via Stil Inspiration

Wood Decor

A rough wooden plank over the bathtub for a long soak with your favorite book, some candles and a cool glass of Pinot Grigio – via Coco Lapine

Wood Decor

A slice of wood for a coaster – via Decor 8

Wood Decor

A thick wooden log as an occasional table, I am always a fan of this use of natural raw materials – via Dear Designer

Wood Decor

An etagere made of wood, with lots of tasty goodies, yumm – via Coco Lapine

Wood Decor

An ethic wooden sidetable – via Jimmy Too photography

Wood Decor

Great children’s (and adults!) wooden toys – photographed by Idha Lindhag

Wood Decor

via Coco Lapine

Wood Decor

via Gilles and Boissier

Wood Decor

via StyleJuicer

Wood Decor

via VT Wonen Magazine

 

 

Wood Decor

Wood and feathers via photographer Hans Mossel

SHOP THE POST wider


Brook Wood Stool – $872.50

from: One Kings Lane

If you enjoy reading my blog, please consider giving my Facebook page a “like

Remodeling and Home Design
Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedintumblrmailFacebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedintumblrmail

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

  • In 2014, Arch Daily published an article predicting the architectural trends that will define the next decade. It features a range of futuristic marvels from hypnotic bridges in China and inflatable concert venues in Japan, to Mexico’s natural disaster-proof citadels and Sweden’s wooden skyscrapers. Just to be clear, these are…
  • rabian Style Interiors make me long even more for those swelteringly hot summer days (and nights!). The ornamental and colorful characteristics are something completely different from the bare, monochrome Scandinavian and Mid Century styles that I like so much too. Oh well, I guess it is just proof that there's…