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3 Homes that Make Bold Use of Wood

3 Homes that Make Bold Use of Wood



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Wood paneled walls take many different forms. In the three homes featured here, designers do not shy away from their carefully chosen and brilliantly polished wood, letting it become a focal point for the space rather than just a practical accent. From walls to floors, it makes each design come to life.

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  • Designer: Nicolas Jouslin
In the first space, the warmth really comes across in the mid-century style wood. The flooring is, of course, stunning and polished but the creative use of wood on the walls is particularly interesting. The paneling itself complements the floor but the design builds open, backlit bookshelves over the wood so that it is allowed to shine through the shelving. The effect is both modern and classic, the perfect blend for this particular home.

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  • Architect: Andi - Alexandru Buftea
The second space is much lighter and cooler in color, though its use of wood is just as prominent. The artistic space takes on a much more contemporary feel with a sliding wood panel covering up a flat panel television and wood virtually growing out of the floors to create a desk area, shelving, and decorative display nooks. The patterns used in contrast to the natural wood elements definitely give this space a Scandinavian feel as well.

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Check out the dining area where additional boards swing into place to create more space.

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The wood paneling in the bathroom is particularly notable. It’s the perfect backdrop for a relaxing bath, nestled into the wood paneled tub and the teak flooring adds a literal warmth to those first precarious steps onto dry land.

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  • Designer: Nikita Ryazhko
The final space uses its wood with a bit more subtlety. Smooth surfaces are used for shelves, kitchen backsplash, and ceilings (mostly). The wood peeks out from underneath large area rugs or dangles out over the dining room and kitchen. It still feels present, natural, and modern but perhaps not quite as much like you are walking into a log cabin.

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