Using Exposed Wood in Your Home

The use of exposed wood is no longer for barns. The trend of using exposed wood in the home is becoming increasingly popular for a number of reasons. Contrary to popular belief, exposed wood can be used in a variety of ways and does not have to look one certain way. If you are looking to add a touch of something special to your home this year, consider using exposed wood in your renovation or custom home. Take a peek at a few ways exposed wood can be used in your home:

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Create a more streamline, consistent feel by painting the exposed wood the same color as the walls. This will give you all of the advantages of using exposed wooden beams without drawing too much attention upwards.

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If you prefer the industrial look of exposed wooden beams, leave them uncovered and let the natural materials shine. Exposed wooden beams such as these create a more natural and modern look while drawing attention to the space.

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Perhaps you are looking to create a more subtle, quiet feel with exposed wood. Using exposed wood in a way like this creates a warm and cozy ambiance in the home while also letting the natural qualities of the wood be seen.

Learn more about how to use exposed wood in your home by contacting Gelotte Hommas today for more information on how to get started.

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