10 Great Ways to Make Use Of Wood Centerpieces Around The House

Being one of the most common and affordable resources, wood is a very popular material often used in interior design and decor. Wood centerpieces have tremendous potential and make beautiful focal points that add warmth and character to spaces. There are lots of different types of wood and even more ways to use them when furnishing and decorating a space so let’s check out some of them. Below you can find ten of our all time favorite wood centerpiece ideas.

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One of the best spaces to introduce wood into is the bedroom. That’s because is naturally looking very warm and pleasant and makes rooms seem very inviting and cozy. Wood accents definitely have the desired effect in this case, coming in the form of organic bedside tables and this beautiful oversized bed platform. They’re mixed in with a variety of fabrics and different textures which ultimately preserve the breezy and fresh ambiance in the rooms of this tropical holiday villa in Bali.{found on balivillamassilia}.

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A series of exposed wooden beams and frames complement this otherwise industrial-looking apartment from Melbourne, establishing a well-balanced and inviting ambiance inside. This attic bedroom in particular is quite interesting because of the overall color palette, unusual geometric shapes and layout. Without the wooden centerpieces it would definitely be less wholesome.

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A rustic bathroom isn’t complete without a bunch of beautiful wood centerpieces like this gorgeous organically-shaped countertop for example. There’s a lot more to admire in this case, like the drop-in sink that fits this style perfectly, all the furniture and the color palette in general. Everything is in sync and gives this bathroom a really inviting and cozy feel. A similar approach can also apply for other types of designs and also for other types of spaces.{found on laurafedrointeriors}.

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A lot of inspiration can also be taken from this rustic kitchen which uses dark wood to create elegant contrasts and a welcoming atmosphere. The centerpiece would have to be the island which is positioned at the center of the room. It has a beautiful wooden base with a barn-like flair and an amazing finish, complemented by a white countertop. A very similar combination was repeated throughout the entire kitchen. The floor is covered in dark wood as well, in contrast with the walls and the ceiling which are white and create a clean backdrop for all the furniture and accessories.{found on pillarandpeacock}.

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If there’s one place where everyone expects to see lots of wood, it would have to be a cabin in the woods. A perfect example is this charming place which features these huge beams made out of tree trunks. You can see a support column being integrated here into the kitchen, becoming a physical part of the island. It’s not just the beams that stand out in terms of design but the entire space as a whole. Wood was used for just about everything including the floors, ceilings and furniture. The centerpieces would, of course, have to remain the exposed beams and columns.

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Another gorgeous example of wood being used to create amazing centerpieces is this staircase. It’s a wonderful focal point and has a very organic design thanks to the natural beauty of the wood which has been highlighted throughout the entire structure. It’s like a sculpture that at the same time serves a very practical and functional purpose.

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Natural materials such as wood are often used in architecture and interior design to help structure bend into the surroundings and establish a smooth dialog with the landscapes around them. This right here is the backyard patio of a mountain retreat. The concrete floor serves as a base and a frame for all the warm wooden centerpieces and accents such as the furniture. There’s also a wood-burning fireplace which ties everything together beautifully.

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A wood-paneled wall can also be a great centerpiece and a focal point for an entire space. Add to that a few more wooden accents in the form of furniture or decorations and you’ll be able to create a super cozy and inviting decor. We love these live-edge coffee tables and the way in which they fit into this small and eclectic living room.

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What better material for creating a cozy little nook than wood? Its natural warmth and beautiful texture and color options are perfect for the job. With that in mind, there are lots of different ways to set up a nook, whether you want it to be a reading area, a seating area or just a nice place from where you can admire the view. Wood can be used in all sorts of ways and we really like the idea of covering the walls with it. Also, using different types of wood could potentially look charming.

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Hallways are notoriously difficult to furnish and to decorate but there’s one piece you can rely on to look great: the console table. This is one has a live edge top and irregular and sculptural design which looks absolutely amazing. It fits in nicely with the whole coastal vibe of the space and the light color palette.