A splash of color or a creative wall-covering can transform an entire room.
Wood has always been in trend and will always be because it’s natural, warm, looks chic and adds such coziness that can’t be achieved with other types of décor, besides, it easily matches almost any interior. Today we’d like to pay your attention to wood accent walls which are rather easy to install yourself and will look great.
Wood walls create depth, texture, warmth, and most definitely an accent to any space. Better yet, you can create your own wood walls with some simple tools and planning. Before you get started, it’s a good idea to plan out your wood accent wall.
Check these creative wood accent walls to update any room in your home.
RECLAIMED WOOD WALL
Reclaimed wood wall feature in their bedroom using salvage barn siding. It commingles a clean modern look with a touch of rusticity. It can soften a modern room or even soften a very formal environment.
Striking a delicate balance between the contemporary and traditional right through the interiors. Modern accents cater to the youthful tastes, while the more classical elements evoke the feeling of warmth and solidity.
ACCENT AS A HEADBOARD ALTERNATIVE
Think traditional canopied four-poster bed transmogrified into an eclectic, showstopping textural proclamation. The flooring used to accomplish this look travels all the way up the wall and across the ceiling, making a dramatic statement.
SLATTED WOOD WALL
We’ve seen plenty of reclaimed-wood accent walls, and they add wonderful texture and depth to a space. But if you’re looking for something cleaner and more contemporary, a slatted wall could be for you.
PLANK WALL ADDS TEXTURE
Bring home some of the appeal of your favorite restaurant by adding a wood-planked focal wall to your dining space. For even more impact, use the wall as a backdrop for a large art piece.
ANTIQUE WOOD BARD PANELING
The wall of antique barn wood paneling is unexpected in this company lobby. Orient your feature wall vertically. Don’t be afraid to do something daring in a space with a low ceiling.
WHITE PAINTED WOOD
Warm up a room by using woods that have a weathered patina. It gives the living room a lived-in and comfortable feel. White painted wood accent walls blend seamlessly into the white painted walls.
Expansive feature walls covered in pieces of wood dazzles in this bedroom, but beware, the mountain views from the comfort of a reading nook might compete for the attention.
If you’re looking for a minimalist living room, use rustic barn wood and lap-joint paneling, which can be used to create a decorative accent wall. The harsh white cut with the color of the wood is an excellent break in the monotone.
A wooden wall achieves what paint and wallpaper are seldom able to do; that is, create a setting apart from the greater scheme, ultimately achieving a standalone work of interior art. Easily constructed and providing years of splendor and fluid style transformations, these wood wall ideas will grow with your home and throughout your own renaissance periods. Like you, the wooden accent wall will only get better with time.