When it comes to decorating and choosing the foundation for establishing the look of a room, nothing is as timeless and elegant as wood. Because wood comes in a variety of colors, grains and textures, it offers the most versatility in creating a plethora of styles, which is essential in home decorating. When using wood grains to create a custom closet, home office or entertainment unit, you have many choices in design, styles and finishes. From rustic naturalism to a painted finish, wood offers the most in durability and flexibility while adding natural beauty to any décor.
Here are the top-3 benefits of decorating with wood grains:
1 – High-Quality Design
More often than not, well-crafted furniture is made from wood because it is long lasting and can be finished in a variety of ways. Whether a piece of furniture is traditional or modern, wood offers elegance to any design and gives furniture an expensive look – even if the actual cost wasn’t pricey. Wood grains also have subtle variances, so it gives a unique look to each design.
From dark to light and every tone in between, wood offers a wide color spectrum, which creates a mood or atmosphere for a room. For instance, rich, dark woods are perfect for creating custom cabinetry for an executive office or a library while a lighter wood is used for a more casual look that captures the tone of a country cottage or a peaceful zen spa.
3 – Wood is Reminiscent of Nature
People are attracted to natural elements because they offer a soothing and comforting atmosphere, so designers use plants and flowers as accent pieces in rooms . Wood has the same effect, so when you use wood grain finishes for your custom furniture, it helps usher a piece of nature into your home.
At Closet Factory, we have myriad wood-grain options for every room in your home. Feel free to browse through our various galleries and you’ll see that wood grains are perfect for you.
Each of our custom closets is completely personalized and begins with a complimentary design appointment.Schedule a Consult
During the consultation, you and the designer will discuss your decorative style, wish list, and project budget, with the aim of designing a closet organization system that will: