Guest Picks: 20 Ways to Bring Wood Into Your Home
I love this lamp not only for the beautiful natural wood, but also because of the texture. Don't you just want to reach out and touch it? It can easily fit in with any decor by changing out the shade.
If you really want to bring nature inside, then you should probably be using a tree stump as a side table. It doesn't get more natural than that.
Most people have a wooden dining table, I know, but I can't very well make wood roundup without including a farmhouse table. This waxed pine one from Pottery Barn is beautiful and rustic to the core.
This decorative wall plaque brings wood into the home without being overly rustic. It's on the pricey side at nearly $300, but it is also huge — 4 feet tall and nearly 6 feet wide to be exact. I picture it over a couch as a statement piece.
Anyone going for the coastal look in their home? A driftwood pendant light will instantly add beach chic your home.
These industrial furniture carts have become popular as coffee tables. Restoration Hardware sells one for a whopping $995, making this one feel like a steal at $495.
Have an empty corner? Bring some height and texture to it with tall wooden vases.
Most wooden coasters I see are round and shaped like tree trunks. I like these because they are different and have a slight vintage flair.
These reclaimed wood shelves are simple and beautiful. Plus, they would be insanely easy to make yourself.
Get this for the man who has everything.
I have bamboo wooden shades in my dining room and love them. They add texture and warmth and are great at blocking light. If I had to do it again, I would buy these for every room in my house.
Maybe all this rustic stuff is too much for you. Maybe you're a modern minimalist. Well, how about this simple wooden block — I mean clock?
Rustic wood, sunburst mirrors and giant clocks are all pretty popular right now, and this piece combines all three.
These wooden chandeliers come in all shapes and sizes, and I think they are a fun way to deviate from the usual metal style. This one feels like it could've lived in a castle and is one of the cheapest I could find at just under $500.
I recently switched from a knife block to a magnetic knife rack, and I will never go back. This wooden one is sleek and sophisticated, and it will save you precious counter space.
Not all wooden elements in your home have to be made of actual wood. How about giving your man this super masculine wood plank pillow? He may just become a throw pillow lover after all!
These are not hardwood floors. No, these are something similar but completely different. They're tile. Tile that looks just like hardwood but is practically indestructible and very affordable.
I really like these frames. They are very rustic chic and look great in a group. Also, you don't even have to take them off the wall to change the picture, which is always a bonus.
Not only are dough bowls super versatile, but these ones from Pottery Barn are actual antiques, which I love.Next: Wood tiles for the home