I have admit our recent work at the Sam Bell Cottage has helped me gain a new appreciation for oak furniture. Since the Middle Ages oak has been the wood species of choice for interior beams and fine furnishings; its durability is matchless. So it comes to no surprise that it is the predominant furniture material in these spaces where our Room Service Atlanta Participating Designers are hard at work. Many of the designers have opted to incorporate a few of the existing pieces of oak furniture into their designs especially since it’s the dwelling place for growing young men.
In the context of a cottage, the furniture looks very campy, but when joined by an on trend color palette, fabrics, and furnishings it’s anything but ‘roughing it.’
Let’s take a look at some examples of oak furniture in modern spaces.
Use toss pillows to bring on the color with small doses of paprika and any earthy hues of your choice.
By keeping patterns few, the color palette interesting, and maintaining clean lines, this room’s style catapults itself into a modern era.
There isn’t just one thing that lures me into this room, but the invitation of a roaring fire is always a great start. The clean lines of the oak canopy bed appeals to me more that the traditional version. It’s really a matter of personal taste. Yet, both designs are equally romantic especially when enveloped in a cocoon of blue-gray walls.
Peering into the same room from the closet, we see that the bed’s silhouette brings architectural interest into the space. I love how one piece of furniture can change the structure of a nondescript room.
Inside the closet, a pop of blood orange, courtesy of the table lamp, adds a touch of energy into the room while still maintaining the restful atmosphere.
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Go ahead, pick your palette. Which color combination attracts you the most? Which colors do you combine with your oak furnishings?