Weaving in wood isn’t all about incorporating numerous wood varieties in the one room, but how to continue them in other areas of the home.
If you decide to mix different shades of oak, different tree types, or new and antique wooden pieces, think about how to repeat them in upstairs and downstairs zones. By repeating the same finishes, you’ll weave them in gradually so that each feels like it has its place.
Look to even the most unassuming spots, like hallways where there’s often opportunity for a timber piece or two, be it a wooden console table or oak bench – ideal for putting on boots before you head on out.
Even postage-stamp-sized hallways need not miss out; an oak coat rack or picture frame or two won’t go unnoticed.