At Wood Lovers, we love interior design, we cannot help it: we see a wooden wall and love it unconditionally. Because, in addition to its aesthetic effect, architecturally it has incredible potential. It is difficult to find a material in our surroundings which can equal the warmth of natural wood, a fine material of great beauty with the ability to decorate spaces.
Natural wood when used to cover interiors, gives a rustic effect which can combine with other types of materials for a more modern look.
Furthermore, natural wood walls connect the interior with the exterior reminding us that we are surrounded by natural materials. In this way, you can give your interior a natural air which can be finished with light colours to give a modern and pleasant atmosphere.
Wall cladding using wooden mosaics
A trendy option is mosaics. Due to their irregularly shaped and knotted tiles, natural wood mosaics transfer the multitude of experiences and places which form their past. The spirit which brings a special kind of charm to all sorts of spaces.
Wooden mosaics are recommended for wall cladding, as long as the conditions of the interior wall are not too extreme, either in dampness or in temperature. This is why wooden mosaics are an ideal complement for covering any area of your cosy home, whether it be in larger spaces or as coverings for smaller spaces by way of decoration.
Natural wood mosaics: variety and elegance
Different sizes, formats and varieties of wood mosaics are perfect for cladding rooms and for combining with other materials as a very warm and beautiful way to decorate.
Pieces with reliefs and irregularities which provide an infinite number of sensations to any room. Neutral elements which are ideal for combining in a large number of rooms and which come in different forms such as different sized squares or a variety of rectangles of different widths and lengths.
Cladding walls with wood is in fashion at the moment. Find out about the wide range of woods of noble origin which exist (oak, recycled wood, cumaru…) and create contrasts in your home.