Tianna Sargent dining, January 20th , 2017. This Oven-to-Table Entertaining Platter from Uncommon Goods features a soapstone platter with a wooden caddy. Bonus: the platter can be chilled or heated before serving time to ensure that the food stays at its proper temperature: For another oven-to-table piece from Uncommon Goods, check out this Soapstone Pot with Copper Handle. Once again, we celebrate the temperature regulating properties of soapstone, this time enhanced by the elegant accent of hammered copper. Perfect for fall!
Kylie Vinson bedroom, January 16th , 2017. To give your master bedroom a lasting, stately design, consider investing in a built-in closet-organization system. These can be customized to your space and needs. If you prefer a less-permanent solution, open shelving can give the space a modern feel. A foot trunk also works if your taste veers toward the traditional.
Nichele Beach dining, January 19th , 2017. Did you ever notice that citrus fruit comes to life against a background of deep grey? Or that warm-toned edibles such as cheese and lemons look divine against light, icy grey, especially when brass flatware is involved?! Once again, wooden serving pieces will complement the look. Whether you take a feminine and floral approach or you keep it simple with bright white dishware and clean lines, revel in the beauty of neutrals this fall:
Kadia Byers dining, January 24th , 2017. A reclaimed wood accent wall with a distressed finish is a cool way to give the dining space that shabby chic vibe without moving away from the modern color palette. The rest of the room can still remain contemporary with a small accessory or the dining table complementing the wooden accent wall with a similar finish. Simple and neutral finishes for the reclaimed wood wall also help in blending it easily with the rest of the open plan living area.
Kylie Vinson dining, January 27th , 2017. ferm LIVING‘s Asymmetric Cutting Boards celebrate the beauty of solid smoked oak. Use them for chopping, serving and displaying!
Tianna Sargent dining, January 23rd , 2017. They say that fashion is cyclic and decorating trends are definitely no different. The old often gets recycled and upgraded to create hot new trends. But this takes a whole new meaning with the use of reclaimed wood. Giving old and discarded wooden planks a new lease on life, reclaimed wood brings along with it textural beauty and plenty of economic value. Sometimes the old flooring in your attic or that garage shed wood can be reused as you renovate your home and give a more modern sheen. There are other occasions when locally sourced reclaimed wood can keep your home revamp within budget.
Teagan Madden dining, February 17th , 2017. The first few months of 2017 have seen wood emerge as the big winner when it comes to home design and decorating. Inclination of homeowners and designers towards materials that are far more natural and an ambiance that is relaxing and warm has meant that wood has topped the trends chart in the past few months. From fabulous wooden siding, to wooden ceilings and slats that combine privacy with insulation, wood is quickly becoming the go to material in the contemporary interior. So, why not jump in on this natural bandwagon by bringing wood into your dining room?
Kadia Byers bedroom, January 18th , 2017. In interior design, texture plays an important part in the way that we perceive how a space feels. For your master bedroom, you'll want it to feel warm, inviting and cozy, among other positive attributes. You can easily bring a homey feel to the space by using plenty of textiles.
Nichele Beach dining, January 28th , 2017. Decor with Personality Reclaimed barn wood need not always be relegated to the walls alone, and you can give it a more practical and prominent role in the dining room by using it to craft a custom dining table or chairs. These additions obviously seem more at home in rustic and farmhouse-style dining spaces, but they can also add an interesting twist to your modern dining room. If this little move away from the beaten path does not interest you, then you might want to consider a credenza or buffet covered in reclaimed wood to give the dining space a cozy, inviting aura.
Tianna Sargent dining, February 08th , 2017. Finding the right stain of reclaimed wood can be a hard task at times, but that extra bit of effort is well worth your time. And if you are still not convinced about adding it to your kitchen or living room, the dining room is definitely a good place to try it out before you go bigger! It definitely adds rustic beauty and a sense of raw, natural allure to otherwise mundane, modern dining rooms and creates wonderful focal points that are not too garish. Time to delve into dining rooms that surround you with reclaimed wood!
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