By Anna Kocharian

Published on March 10, 2016

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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. 

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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. 

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A modest vignette found within a rustic kitchen proves that these two elements were simply made for one another. 

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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.

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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. 

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Top all-white cabinetry with butcher block counters for a kitchen with a farmhouse-chic feel. 

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The focal point of this monochrome living room would have to be the structured wooden pendant, which inspires an earthy essence throughout the space. 

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With a simple, white backdrop and a modest wooden bench, this entryway makes quite the case for “less is more”.

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An antiquated wooden chest elevates the streamlined simplicity of this clean-cut space. 

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Incorporate a sense of depth into a colorless space with textured accents, much like the hint of wood that frames medicine cabinet. 

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A flawless pairing of a whitewashed exterior with wood paneled floors, found in this stunning seaside patio.