2020 new trend: wooden furniture pieces
The world of interior design is in a constant state of change and evolution. Welcoming the start of a new decade, we`ve curated our picks for the top interiors whose design revolves around the choice of wooden furniture – one of the new trends for the year 2020.
Wooden pieces in the living room context
As the main room in most homes, the living room is likely to be the space where the family gathers to relax and hear eachothers news at the end of a hard day of work, culminating, ultimately, in this room being the centerpiece of the house.
Combined with en vogue glossy finishes, the contrast makes the wood grain appear even more beautiful, drawing attention to organic patterning.
Wooden veneer designs escape the clunky, chunky look sometimes associated with other furniture ranges, showcasing instead finely crafted, slim-line styles to sit lightly and unobtrusively in an airy modern setting.
This wooden piece is stable, comfortable, interesting and above all very charming, being hable to adapt to any kind of home.
Normally cottages and chalets are decorated with wooden pieces, creating an original and romantic look. One of the strengths of this style is the ability to adapt as an interior design piece in enviroments where these aren`t usually seen, such as a studio apartement.
Wooden pieces that express modernity and originality can be used in a studio as a different aproach to minimalist interior design, bringing back the old, with a fresh touch of the new.
Wooden home furniture benefits from it`s capability to be compact and inovative, allowing these pieces to fit into some of the smallest studios while not stealing space from the people who will actually use the studio. Furniture with unusual spaces and forms are ideal for small and narrow studies, being one of the reasons why wooden home furniture was originally designed and manufactered by way of orders placed by private clients.
Wood is a traditional, beautiful, and always modern interior design material. With softwoods and hardwoods, the variety of colors, grain patterns and textures can please any taste and emphasize any interior design style.
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