reclaimed wood. you can achieve a similar effect by buying new wood, hitting it with chains, dropping tools, etc. mix the species too. then use a product called lifetime wood treatment http://www.valhalco.com/index.php which creates the silver/aged patina
Love the wood on the walls
Wood on walls. Maybe entryway
design: wood floors and walls, and perforated metal light fixtures suspended from thick rope.
stain of wood flooring match your wood furniture or contrast it?
match your wood finishes. Think about it...Do you think you are going to have the wood flooring or furniture longer?
Here are some ways to make contrast work:
-Dark floor with light furniture: This is meant to make spaces look larger. Having the lighter finish higher and at eye level will open the space
admire your wood pieces.
If you are going to match, I would think, like anything, either be spot on or don't try at all. There is nothing worse than a color or stain that is trying to match, but just doesn't cut it. Wood pieces are usually so beautiful and unique, matching seems like a treatment that c
square all-wood look.
Pickets/spindles a bit too chunky.
Wood steps are gorgeous to look at but absolutely treacherous, especially for the elderly or for children who run everywhere at top speed. I always recommend installing a stair runner. For the stairs photographed above, it would take some research and some design expertise to pick the right material
Like the white wood wall and dark wood stairs
Medium wood provides beauty without being stark
medium wood? contrast to light trim?
This medium light wood offers a beautiful contrast without being too stark.
light wood offers a beautiful contrast without being too stark.