Friday, November 22, 2013

For the love of wood

 

I might think that everyone of you agrees that bringing in wood, gives the home a warm and cosy feeling.

Even in contemporary and more modern designed interiors, the use of wood seems to be crucial to create the cosiness of a room.

Today I wanted to share some examples of non-traditional wall paneling and wall covering that really look gorgeous to me.

WoodImage source : Pinterest

 

For your viewing pleasure !

1Image source : Pinterest

 

6Interior design by Kerry Phelan Design Office

 

I absolutely love the sandblasted oak wall covering of one of my favorite designers Pierre Yovanovitch.

2Interior design by Pierre Yovanovitch

 

13Interior design by Pierre Yovanovitch

 

8Interior design by Todhunter Earle Interiors

 

5Interior design by Todhunter Earle Interiors

 

10Interior design by Guilherme Torres  Image source : here

 

9 Bedroom in the London Edition Hotel by Yabu Pushelberg & Ian Schrager  Image source : Pinterest

 

Again walls covered with sandblasted oak in this bedroom designed by Pierre Yovanovitch.

3Interior design by Pierre Yovanovitch

 

 

And I absolutely wanted to share some remakable store wall coverings I discovered recently.

 

Modern store design at clothes store in Miami 100% Capri

Wooden screens covering the walls.

7Giachi Architettura e Design   Image source : here

15Giachi Architettura e Design   Image source : here

 

At the Aesop hair and skin care shop on Newbury street in Boston, William O’Brien.Jr. covered the shop’s walls in wooden cornices and created even a functional shelving.

12Design by William O’Brien  Image source : here

4Design by William O’Brien  Image source : here

 

What do you think about these examples of non-traditonal wall covering ?

Do you love it or do you feel more for the traditional way of paneling?

Let’s talk!

 

xx

Greet

4 comments:

  1. Hi Greet, these interiors are wonderful. The wood screens are amazing as are the cornice walls!

    xoxo
    Karena
    The Arts by Karena

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  2. Oh Greet !
    C'est toujours beau le bois mais je préfères les boiseries anciennes ou traditionnelles !
    Bises,
    Céline.

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  3. I adore the cornice walls. Wood adds so much warmth.

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  4. Beautiful! Especially the second picture, I'd love to have a home like that :)

    xx Nicky

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