Before we encounter treated Oak wood it’s the Oak tree that heavily impacts us. This noble and strong tree has more than likely played a large role in our outdoor childhood entertainment and can still be found in our yard as a sun blocking shade offering method.
The Eucalyptus plant has made it possible for us to have a naturally salmon hued wood that like us gets a little darker when spending time under UV rays. This wood makes for an amazing wide paneled floor as well as cabinetry and as mentioned earlier for millwork such as doors frames and crown molding. There are so many areas of your home that can chew on the homey taste of Lyptus.
So you’re an orange fanatic that is a bit overwhelmed by spaces entirely covered in this hue… Rather than covering your walls in fiery shades liven up you living room with orange cushions and pillows! Yes
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).
Last but not least we feature two doorways that open to cozy bedrooms. What’s more comforting than a sleeping space featuring a neatly-made bed cozy pillows a comfy throw and the warm glow of a reading lamp?! This carriage house conversion features cedar shingles normally used for the exterior of a home.
Then again certain rooms such as kitchen and dining areas are the perfect places to try out bold intense shades. Happy decorating!