At the risk of waxing poetic over white wood, we'd like to talk about how this design option can update your entire interior, not to mention, change your life. What does white do? It creates a blank backdrop, a clean slate, a canvas waiting to display art. What art, you may ask? Why, your furniture and decor, of course! Now, it's up to you if this is the start of something beautiful, be it with white wood or even white carpet. Dallas residents, either way, can enjoy the brilliance of an all-white, ultra-dramatic showstopper.
Usually, we recommend this look for folks who wish to enlarge a small room visually, make it less gloomy, or simply desire to display their diverse collection of antiques or artwork against a flawless backdrop.
If you've opted for white wood, you can choose between a beachy, laid-back feel, or an uber-minimalist vibe, though it all depends upon the type, technique, and level of finish applied. For the beachy, laid-back appearance, hire professionals to paint the wood you have already. Though, if uber-minimalist is your thing, then your wood will need painstaking attention to detail. The finish, a three-part process that includes sanding, staining, and sealing, is a delicate method that requires experienced hands.
In the world of decor, there is nothing more stunning than white walls and white wood. Honestly, the word stunning doesn't quite cover its intensity, while also speaking of its softness. With this combination, you're promised a home that's both welcoming and a piece of art.