Hands Down, This Is the Most Timeless Style Combi
When stylish monochromes meet natural, wood-laden décor – enduring interiors are born! This combination is the perfect blend of natural warmth and charm, enhanced by a colour scheme that is truly ageless.
Think of rich wood pieces, refined by a classic, chic palette. Thankfully, you won’t have to depend on your imagination; here are five amazing examples to inspire your own version of timeless décor using one (main) colour and wood accents!
This sweet condo combines the best of down-to-earth, woodsy charm with stone elements that only seem to enhance the style. The almost-greyscale tone set by its stone features e.g. the pebble-hued flooring wash as well as raw cement and brick walls, are softened by homely wooden elements.
Don’t be afraid to add pops of nature-ific colours like blues and greens to liven up the energy in the home!
Combi looks are certainly capable of high-style and sophistication as demonstrated by this impeccably-styled landed home. Playing with cold stone washes, warm wood, neutral hues, and lots of sunlight; the result is a picture of refinement and elegance.
When attempting to recreate this look, be conscious of clutter and do choose accessories with simple, clean designs. This will keep with the semi-minimalist, pristine appearance of the décor!
Wood goes with anything! Yes, it’s clear that wooden pieces, whether as an accessory or major feature, can play with most decor styles, as expressed by this heavily wood-accented home.
To follow this decor style, remember to keep lighting as even as possible. Doing so will reduce the appearance of sparseness and fill the space with warmth instead!
Modern-contemporary decor is one of the best styles to employ wood features, whether with flooring, walls, furniture or even simple accent pieces. Wood works well to tone down the coldness of tiles (especially glossy whites) as well as the general sharpness of grey, modern decor.
If your home is fitted with commonly stark decor features like ceramic tiles and steel pieces; simply adding background or smaller wood elements like oaky borders, a wooden furniture piece or natural-grained doors will make for a much warmer feel.
Wooden decor is often seen as the more down-to-earth, homely style – but the versatile material can also add sophistication in decor when executed well. The refined and polished look is played up by the dark wood features that meld seamlessly with its lighter counterparts.
Wood tones, both light or dark, tend to stand out gloriously when backed by natural sunlight; so be sure to keep light paths unobstructed as much as possible!