Industrial designs that make use of concrete may be all the rage in some circles, but the fact is that you will have difficulty finding any beautiful home that does not use wood elements. A popular building material that is just as effective in decorative use, wood brings an automatic warmth and coziness to even a modern space. The four homes featured in this post take a love of wood to another level. Not only are beautiful hardwood floors found throughout, but the natural grain carries up across the walls, into shelving units, cabinetry, and even across ceilings. The resulting style is lovely, bright, and welcoming in each case.
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An open concept home works well with materials that come from the same family but do not match exactly.
In this first home, wood is used from floor to ceiling but each different element has a slightly different grain or color.
The unique wood ceiling, which you will see closer up, has a music themed home decor vibe to it, calling to mind the gentle curves of a guitar, while the drum set in the corner pays homage to the homeowner’s love of music as well.
A low profile built in entertainment center makes gathering around the television comfortable but still stylish.
Using a creamy off-white for the oversized sectional stays within the neutral color story.
The wood shelving is both practical and beautiful, with plenty of room for displaying cherished treasures.
As we move into the dining area, elements like a dark wood table and dining pendants shift the tone of the design.
The open concept also carries through with no physical barrier between living, dining, and kitchen spaces.
A large formal dining table is perfect for entertaining.
A small lounge area off the dining room is ideal for an aperitif.
In the bedroom, natural wood grain takes a backseat to cool, matte colors.
A second bedroom uses gray to create a relaxing atmosphere.
The creative ceiling design is a true eye-catcher in this home.
Reflective marble flooring catches light to bring a warmth into the main living space.
In the bathroom, wood cabinetry contrasts with more white marble for a unified but distinct look.
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The second home is also very open and once again makes use of plenty of beautiful bare wood elements.
Here we can see the importance of a contrast in textures with a soft, nubby rug, and comfortable plush sofa and sleek wood on the floors and walls.
A television framed by wood panels lets the screen all but disappear when not in use.
The classic Eames lounge chair in black is always beautiful enough to feature in its own corner.
A smaller dining room is nestled to one side of the living room, getting plenty of natural light.
Classic decor elements like a fireplace and aquarium are given an upgrade with their wood homes.
Storage is not an issues with a long walk-in closet easily accessible.
Here we can see another creative wood ceiling element hovering over the dining table.
In the bedroom, white on white is a classic, zen look for relaxation.
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In the third home, we see the featured wood elements moving from the ceiling to the wall.
The wood wall features is impossible to look away from with its undulating texture and rich color.
The texture contrast with the slick marble that frames it is no mistake.
Here the wavy texture plays with the fabric folds of a nearby chair.
The natural light helps to highlight the beauty of the wood grain.
The wood ceiling travels from the wall feature into the dining room, unifying the home.
Wood cabinetry turns storage into design.
Wood slat walls are another way to use the beauty of the material in an interesting way.
Oversized flower vases like this one can help to bring a splash of color and life into a wood on wood design.
In the bedroom here, wood is not at all forgotten.
Behind the bed, on the floor, in the shelving — it is celebrated.
In the final home, we have a darker wood home with a living room that features unique floor lamps stretching to the ceiling.
Modern dining chairs crowd around a small dining table that overlooks the living room.
The set up of this home makes it easy to watch television from either the sofa or the dining table.
A drop down screen is a must-have element for households that care about entertainment.
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