In case you haven’t been paying attention, natural wood furniture is all the rage stylistically nowadays.
Gone are the times of the polished oak furniture and cherry furniture being featured in residential magazines.
Everyone definitely wants to go for the “natural” look. Here’s the thing, how are you supposed to utilize the natural woods furniture when you’re phasing out all of the metal and iron furniture and decorations from a whole decade ago? There is no need to worry, I’m here to guide you. I’ve been an interior designer for a very long while and have transitioned people from shag carpet to 70s wallpaper, 80s wallpaper to 90s Tuscan beauty and 90s Tuscan beauty to the 00’s current Hollywood regency. Been there, worked on all of these things. Transition from metals to natural wood will not be a major challenge for me. First and foremost, you have to get rid of your metal coffee tables and clear chairs. Ok? Don’t even hesitate to throw them out. We’re finished with those. They’re not coming back. Trust me. Now, every one of us can get to the meat of the issue. I do want you to keep those black metal display cases that I figure you have. They’ll honestly work in the area you have. Also, you can easily keep your furniture. Whether you have custom leather furniture or you already have a natural wooden table and/or natural wooden chairs, leather furniture will totally match. Leather is the khaki of custom furniture pretty much. I also want you to keep your metal wall decorations- if and only if they are not painted. Black only. Perhaps you can see the transitional masterpiece I’m going for. Natural wood and black metal will entirely work together as long as the metal is not competing for the same space. Natural wood key furniture pieces, black metal decorations. You really can do it. We’ll get through this crazy transition together!
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