Wood has a scientifically proven beneficial effect on people when used in flooring, walls and furniture. It has a natural feel, it is warm to the touch and makes a room cosy. Today we are going to tell you how you can decorate your house using wood to give that environmentally friendly touch.
Furniture and wood, the environmentally friendly double act
Wood is one of the noblest materials there is and evokes nature more than any other. Choosing wooden furniture is an excellent option as it is one of the simplest materials to clean and repair making it relatively easy to maintain.
Furthermore, you have to remember that wood is very hard-wearing and goes up in value as time goes by. Of course, you must remember that it is always important to look after your furniture carefully.
Authentic wood, for real floors
When we talk about the use of wood in decoration, we are not only talking about using wood as furniture but as the very backbone of the whole house. Make the most of every corner, including the floor, to give your rooms life.
Thanks to its insulating layer, wood helps keep the temperature stable both night and day. Wooden floors provide a warmth that no other material is able to provide, making it an economical and environmentally friendly option. You’ll save on heating by keeping the heat in.
Wood climbing walls
Wood has acoustic properties too. It insulates you from noises outside and prevents reverberations by conditioning and absorbing sound waves. This is why the walls and ceilings of auditoriums and concert halls use wood and this is a technique that can be used in your house as well.
With real wood you get simplicity, diversity, beauty and respect for the environment.