A DECORATIVE FIREPLACE IN WOOD
Is there something that brings more warmth than a fireplace in the living room? If your house doesn’t have one, create one. The interior designer Gabriela Conde suggests this decorative model made with natural pine wood boards. In front of a cladding lined in white, it also adds luminosity. Gabriela has decorated the shelf with a supported canvas and some flowers that give life to space.
CUTTING BOARDS AS TRAYS
We love using parts for use other than what they were created for. These wooden cutting boards have left the kitchen and have been planted on the coffee table in the living room as a decorative detail. What a good support for tea time!
A FRAMED PAINTING IN THE DINING ROOM
Abstract art enters the rooms fully. In this image, a large painting with dark brush strokes needed a light wooden frame – in beech or pine – to counteract. It is he who presides over the dining table leaning on the floor and stands as the absolute protagonist. Choose light woods, beech or pine Do not lose sight of the bamboo tableware that gives the table warmth and sustainability.
The cabin-type houses are the ones that best give that feeling of warmth to the environments: the exposed beams, the wooden paneling is unique to insulate. In rustic settings, opt for noble and aged woods, such as teak or oak.
A DECORATIVE STAIRCASE
A flowerpot holder, the carpentry of a window, the frame of a mirror in natural wood … are accessories that transmit warmth to a bathroom. The interior designer has added to all of them a decorative bamboo staircase that serves as a towel rack and has chosen textiles in earthy colors to further emphasize those sensations.
A WOODEN TRAY TO PUT ORDER
The wooden trays give a lot of play in the living room. They are unique to maintain order on the coffee table since they gather inside decorative objects that would otherwise be scattered around the table. The interior designer Pablo González has included in this tray a couple of vases and a candle but look at the chosen materials: white ceramic and glass that capture the light and provide warmth.
CHOPPING BOARD IN ITS NATURAL HABITAT
In many kitchens, cutting boards are also used as a decorative element and are unashamedly displayed on the counter or hung on the wall. This image is accompanied by golden objects that multiply the luminosity of a space that has gained warmth over the years.