The species of wood that requires sun soil and water is a choice that is sometimes made for us but no matter your style the era you are recreating there is a place for the uprooted wood planed to perfection for our décor and homes.
You’ve decided that you need calm relaxing rooms to thrive yet you can’t help but be drawn to bold colors… What’s a design enthusiast to do?! Color psychology is helpful but if you use it to separate you from intense bright colors that naturally make you happy it becomes counterproductive.
Which is a good thing considering that airplane propellers are structured out of one walnut specie. Whether high in the air or firmly grounded on your kitchen floor walnut is a great ally in design.
Admit it exotic things excite and attract us. Take the Koala bear for example. Surely you would have to agree that this is a rare and beautiful animal that shows great taste in millwork material.
We at Decoist love a good dose of color. Do you ever notice how a powerful color can change your mood? There are clear relationships between colors and emotions and today’s post is dedicated to this phenomenon (also known as color psychology).
Originating only from the Pterocaprus species in Asia or Africa this hardwood though heavy and dense responds well to the tender ministrations of a lathe.