Wood is a naturally versatile material, filled with visual and tactile variety. Usually it is used for floors or ceilings or walls – but rarely all of the above at the same time. The eye finds few places to rest in this dynamic composition and everything stands out in sharp relief against the variegated-but-uniform background.
Much like a fully white room, the result is intense and plays on opposites – but unlike an all-white interior space, everything here is somehow made warmer through visual variety and the warm tones of the wood.
“The hard lines of the wood, bookshelves and books are contrasted against the soft qualities of the comforter and lava lamp accessory, allowing comfort to penetrate the intensity of the room. An interesting feature in this space is the headboard, which is untraditionally concave. The result of this design is an unbelievably smooth finish that is underplayed, but undeniably stylish.”