October 12, 2022
The arrival of autumn is associated with the search for warmer sensations and well-being in the home. With each change of season, wood reinvents itself and adapts to the decorative trends of time to remain present in all types of interiors.
Endless shades to decorate your home
The grain, the knots and the variety of colours of natural wood are the main characteristics that make each plank a unique element, giving a different tone and structure to the piece. A variety of finishes, shades and textures that make wood a unique, attractive and cosy material.
Maple or ash wood represent the lighter colour palette of this material. The combination with neutral furniture and accessories is perfect for those who looking for a timeless style. (Parque Monarch 1L Diana, from L’Antic Colonial). The integration of natural wood in wall cladding is a trend intended to bring nature indoors.
The use of marble wall tiles is a fantastic option to create contrast with wooden floor tiles (Parque Advance 1L Nude, from L’Antic Colonial); achieving a less conventional interior design. This is rounded off with plaids or vintage pieces as decorative elements. Round mirrors with distinctive frames are a perfect choice when you want to add a more modern touch.
For minimalist, Nordic style rooms, grey tones applied to the floor (Parque Wald 1L Custom Palatinado, from L'Antic Colonial) are a good bet that can be complemented by curved armchairs or sofas and side tables with straight lines. A more daring option is floor tiles with a colour gradient (Parque Java 1L Grey, from L'Antic Colonial). A touch of elegance and warmth in any space.
Teak or oak provide the darker wood tones (Parque Authentic 1L Bronze or Parque Mini Imperial 1L Coaba, from L'Antic Colonial), which fit in with classic and rustic interiors. Beige and brown are colours that combine with natural wood in spaces in this style.
In addition to the aesthetic characteristics of the different colours of natural wood, this material is defined by technical properties such as mechanical resistance or thermal and acoustic insulation, which help to improve well-being and comfort in spaces.