Imbuia, mahogany, cedar, peroba. There are several types of wood, but each has its own characteristics and are different from each other, being the main and most visible of them the color. Some types of wood can be easily recognized by the striking hue, such as the unique reddish mahogany or the clear, squishy tone of the pine. The fact is that when choosing to use wood in the decoration you must pay attention to its harmonization with the other elements and colors present in the environment. In today’s post we will talk more about this and teach the pattern of a delicate Round Flower Fiber Outlet.
So if you have questions about how to match the wood tones, this post will help you (a lot) when decorating. We have made a basic guide for you to understand the main types of wood and how to combine them in the decoration. Check it out: What are the names of the main shades of wood? Wood tones vary according to the tree species they originate from.
It is noteworthy that the same species may present differences in shade, depending on the climatic conditions, soil and nutrient availability that the tree is exposed it can change its shade, so we find equal species with different shades.
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For this reason, not every walnut is exactly the same, for example. However, it is generally possible to identify and classify the wood tones as light, medium, reddish and dark. Light woods usually come from trees like eucalyptus, pine, pine, cherry and itaúba, we all know how light they are. The medium and dark tones are found in trees such as cedar, imbuiá, american oak, cumarú, ipê and cedrinho, also well known. For those who prefer the warm and reddish tones of wood you can bet on species like mahogany, rosewood or pau ferro, peroba and angelim. Wood is an extremely versatile material that blends in with every room in the house and an infinite variety of colors. But some shades look especially better in certain combinations than in others.
Wood is an extremely versatile material that blends in with all the environments of the house and with an infinite variety of colors, just knowing how to combine. But some shades look especially better in certain combinations than in others. It is also important to take into consideration the style of decoration you intend to give to the environment. The light woods harmonize with modern and youthful proposals and can be successfully combined with dark and neutral colors such as black, gray and teal. Soft decorations with a romantic or childlike footprint also balance with light wood tones, especially in the presence of very beautiful colors such as pink, lilac and light blue. And finally, you can dare to combine light wood with red.
Dark shades of wood should preferably be used in light and neutral decorations, unless the intention is to create a striking, dark style environment. Yellow is also a great color option to use in conjunction with dark woods, the combination is very beautiful. Colors such as green and brown match all wood tones, precisely because they are colors that remind us of nature. Already the reddish tones are valued in the warm and dynamic presence of orange. And the white? White is free to use with any shade of wood.
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