However you should be careful in applying the wood tone. Pick Your Main Wood Tone.
Another helpful tip for mixing wood tones is to match the undertones between different pieces.
Mixing wood tones in decorating. When pairing wood tones you could choose a piece as small as a bowl or a frame. Oh there is A LOT to mixing wood tones and getting it right. We used a bold wallpaper a mix of metal and fabric seating and a rug to help break up the wood tones in this dining room from our Camelot project.
Bring in contrasting materials. Pay attention to whether your dominant wood tone is warm cool or neutral and stay in the same family to create a coherent thread. Dos and Donts of Mixing Wood Tones from Decorating Tips and Tricks on Podchaser aired Wednesday 13th June 2018.
When mixing wood tones each tone needs to be represented at least twicein the room. Resist the urge to add too many shades of wood into your space by keeping the main shade which is usually the floor in most cases in about 80 of the design then adding about 20 of the accent color. In this dining room the warm wood of the chairs pick up.
Mixing a dark wood like ebony with a light wood like lime will always look chic and intentional If youre starting with a wood floor and are adding new wood tones a table chairs etc. Read on for our 5 tips that will have you mixing wood tones like an experienced decorator in no time. That doesnt mean they all have to be the same shade of wood or stain.
If you have warm undertones in your dominant wood Most unstained woods Walnuts White Oaks Cherry and Maple Woods other warm woods will naturally mix seamlessly with your dominant wood. One way to do that is to combine a variety of wood pieces in light medium dark wood tones. Just like you would when choosing new makeup figuring out undertones first can make all of the difference.
Make sure that you create such a pretty wood tone combination. If your flooring and furniture pieces are similar in wood tones its a good idea to break up these pieces with a rug. If you place them together without a visual barrier your furniture could blend in too much with the floors.
Good options include zebrawood inlaid furniture burled finishes and high-contrast pieces with large flame-shaped cathedrals. Balance the wood tones around the room. If youre new to mixing wood finishes consider adding a piece with multiple tones one that contains most or all of the rooms wood finishes to tie the various finishes together visually.
Design by BANDD Design Photography by Molly Culver. Whatever colors you choose need to all be in either the warm or cool family. Make it looks aesthetic and not crowded so that you dont ruin your home decoration.
No surprise as there is a lot of wood in the world in the structure of your house and in the decor you choose. If youre mixing wood tones in a kitchen or bathroom use backsplash tiles and matte hardware to serve as contrasting pieces. If you choose this kind of way in using the tone color then you can use any wood and any tone freely.
Another easy approach to mixing wood tones is to keep to two or three wood finishes. Having Tone Color Combination. Just like you would in a gallery wall.
This will maintain balance in the space and make it. Once youve identified your dominant wood tone look deeper and find the undertones you want to pull out through your design. Choose wood pieces that have a similar undertone.
You can see that in this room with the light wood tone of the chairs the medium-hued wood grain of.