Light Wood Surfaces
June 13, 2011 § Leave a comment
More inspiration! This time I found some images of my beloved light wood on the wall and floor.
Here is just one of the beautiful wood interiors of Christien Starkenburg from Slow Wood:
Found via Bloesem.
Found via Desire to Inspire. I would probably get tired of so much of the same stuff, but for accents OSB might do very well.
The cottage of Juli Daoust and John Baker (of design store Mjölk) has plywood interior walls:
They used plywood also in the kitchen, but not exclusively. That makes it such a successful combination. The image below is via decor8.
The Canadian architect John Donkin did this beautiful kitchen partly with plywood:
Found via Desire to Inspire.
The wall in this photo by the Swedish Magnus Anesund looks like a floor:
Found via Emmas designblogg.
Here, wall panels are smaller and they haven’t even tried to hide the fastenings:
Walls and ceiling both covered with plywood, but the effect is still light and airy:
Below is another whole-wall plywood solution:
Now, this is ingenious. Some of the disks covering the wall were cut longer so that they stick out of the wall and make pegs:
Wonderful look! (However, I wouldn’t want to clean all those cracks and crannies…)
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