In renovating a house or setting up one from the start, one thing that gets the most attention is furniture. Whether it is about having an item of furniture complementing walls or having furniture that serves multiple purposes to having corners and ensembles that goes with the whole vibe or theme of the house, deciding on furniture definitely leave people pricking their head hard.
Simple it may sound, but deciding on the same is a tiresome process altogether. Trends change. However, one thing that never goes out of fashion is the charm of wooden furniture in home decor. Often we see that wood has its use not only in furniture, but we could also see it as part of the decoration of walls, on floors and in different structures.
It would be no hyperbole to say that wood is the timeless material used by most decorators and architects in the furniture sector and is the most trusted furniture choice of any homemaker. The reason being: it is elegant, classic, brings warmth and quality in the designed work, has a dominant presence and becomes an absolute protagonist of any space.
Dark toned woods, such as mahogany, for instance, brings more elegance and luxury to spaces in which it is used. Chestnut is most used in kitchen furniture because of its great resistance and durability. Then comes Teka, which is mostly used in colonial style furniture with great resistance and quality promise.
For instance, having a bespoke wooden cupboard in your bedroom not only complements the wall but gives a natural, elegant touch to your room. Likewise, having a wooden study or dressing table or storage cupboard will complement the look. Then, having a wooden kitchen gives your culinary space a very colonial yet elegant vibe. Not only that, wood can be changed in various styles, but one thing is constant, it never lose out its class and elegance.