Woods That Wow - Part III

Woods That Wow - Part III

 We interior designers love a good pattern! If you have mostly solids in a room and want to bring in some eye catching patterns, check out these fabulously patterned furniture pieces! Many of these pieces use exotic wood veneers to create striking, intriguing patterns that pique the interest!

  

(John Richards, High Point Market)

 

(John Richards, High Point Market)

The Macassar ebony veneer on this cabinet is soft and ethereal but the stainless steel frame keeps the piece streamlined and modern.

 

(John Richards, High Point Market)

The cluster elm veneer on this sideboard gives it an exotic animal vibe and adds a lot of pattern to a room.

 

(John Richards)

We love how the zebrano doors  mimic the zebrano pattern on the engraved brass sliding bolt handles! This piece has great depth and dimension.

 

(John Richards)

This handcrafted sunburst pattern made with inlaid wood veneer is gorgeous!

 

(Theodore Alexander, High Point Market)

Another way to add visual interest to a piece of wooden furniture is to use a checkerboard design.

 

(Teracea, High Point Market)

This headboard is stunning with the movement of the grain and the way it was designed! 

 

(Theodore Alexander, High Point Market)

Sometimes, instead of fighting nature, you just have to go with it! That is what one clever designer did with his furniture, using pecky cypress which has naturally occurring air pockets. He found the organic patterning in the wood quite delightful and decided to use a unique filling process to enhance the look!

 

(Sugarbone, High Point Market)

Some of these furniture pieces call out to be touched with their three dimensional surfaces!

 

(Noir, High Point Market)

The possibilities are truly endless when it comes to making furniture look three dimensional! This funky console will bring plenty of texture and conversation starters to a room!

 

(Noir, High Point Market)

This good-looking chest would be a handsome addition to a master bedroom.

 

(Hickory White, High Point Market)

So as you can see, the world of wooden furniture is very diverse! There is literally something for everyone no matter what your style preferences may be!

Happy Designing - By Design Interiors

 

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