When designing your home and choosing wood furniture, flooring, or accents do you find yourself asking questions like…
- Do I have to use all the same wood colors?
- Can I mix different wood tones in a room?
- How do I mix different wood tones in my room?
- And how many wood tones can I have in a room so it doesn’t look like a mixed matched mess?
If you’ve ever thought about any of these questions or found yourself spinning over the answers to these questions, then this episode is for you.
Mixing wood tones seem so easy but it can trip you up because there are some important tips to remember and consider. So, if mixing wood tones is hard for you, just know you’re not alone.
What to listen for in this episode:
- What are undertones and how they impact wood tones
- How to figure out the undertones in your wood pieces
- How light impacts wood tones
- How many wood tones you should have
- Helpful tips to mix wood tones
Listen to the Podcast
Links and Images:
Below is an example of mixing woods with a big contrast. A really dark office credenza combined with more neutral wood tile floors.