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What To Know About Hardwood Feature Wall?

The fastest way to initiate warmth and texture is by adding hardwood feature wall into the interiors of your home. It’s crudeness when added abundantly can balance modern spaces, overly neutral and anchor straggling floor plans. While installation of reclaimed hardwood counter tops and floors can be priced really high with the amount of labour, sealing and staining required, an accentuated wall of reclaimed wood can make a minimal expense, making a huge visual statement. So here’s how you can get started:

Why: When you use a hardwood feature wall, you can possibly enhance the texture and warmth of the space. It is also a chance to repurpose or reuse a material unexpended from a previous remodel or renovation.

What to consider:

The feature wall can add a character to your space. Like what Wakako Tokunaga Architecture claims it’s essential to prefer balance in the room. It’s best to keep the details of the space simple to stress out the beauty of the material.

Other great spots to add the feature wall is the bedroom to accentuate the bed, in any room to balance a light fixture or piece of art, or in a bathroom at the back of a claw-foot tub.

When you use this material, it is important to accentuate the wall space. If you choose a wood-panelled wall, you exceed more than just an accent and create a beautiful wall. Thanks to a neutral palette and high ceiling.

A key consideration when choosing how to combine a reclaimed wood wall is using colour pallet. The feature wall can be variable in terms of smoothness to rainbow painted colours. When unsure of your decision, you can work with clean white walls that go well with coloured wood.

For this hardwood feature wall project, you can strip down an eight inch Douglas fir siding to four inches, through a tongue and groove method to push the pieces together rather than having it overlapped. You can then install the pieces over a ¾-inch strengthened strip so everything sticks to the wall and creates a shadow line. A similar project is estimatedto cost about $2500. Or the whole process can be cut down in half for a simple installation.