trend we’re loving: white + wood
11 ways to incorporate this trend into your home.
Published Mar 10, 2016 5:00 AM
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This irrefutably timeless pairing of materials is versatile enough to seamlessly blend within the elements of just about any room of a home. Whether the coupling be a focal point of a room or simply a subdued accent, it certainly never goes unnoticed. Take a peek at a few of our favorite ways to pair wood with white.
Rustic wooden chairs complement the contemporary aesthetic of the dining table in a white lacquer finish. A globally-inspired runner of a vibrant hue ties the two elements together.
A modest vignette found within a rustic kitchen proves that these two elements were simply made for one another.
For the dining room that skews towards the “mixed media” feel, find a key surface to act as the anchor of the room (the light wood details in this particular space) and build up with an eclectic sort of colors and textures.
Textured details are practically a requirement in a whitewashed space. Here, the reclaimed wood coffee table doubles as both a functional and a statement-making piece.
Top all-white cabinetry with butcher block counters for a kitchen with a farmhouse-chic feel.
The focal point of this monochrome living room would have to be the structured wooden pendant, which inspires an earthy essence throughout the space.
With a simple, white backdrop and a modest wooden bench, this entryway makes quite the case for “less is more”.
An antiquated wooden chest elevates the streamlined simplicity of this clean-cut space.
Incorporate a sense of depth into a colorless space with textured accents, much like the hint of wood that frames medicine cabinet.
A flawless pairing of a whitewashed exterior with wood paneled floors, found in this stunning seaside patio.