The interiors of homes are transitory. That is to say that there’s no reason to feel stuck in one aesthetic, and it’s relatively easy to transform the interior of your home simply by changing the furniture. One effective way to do this is to use more wood in the home, specifically oak.
Light Oak Furniture
Many homes suffer because they don’t take in enough light. This problem can be confounded if you choose the wrong kinds of furniture, perhaps opting for darker shades which don’t do anything to brighten up a room. Oak comes in all sorts of shades, and lighter oak furniture can work really well to make interiors feel brighter, more vivacious and more natural.
Rustic Oak Furniture
Oak can be treated and finished in various ways to make it sleeker and more modern in its aesthetic. However, when untreated oak can look very rustic and natural, which can create statement pieces that work really well in traditional, “rustic” homes, such as cottages.
Modern Oak furniture
Although wood is obviously a natural material that doesn’t mean it’s not a contemporary or modern material. It works perfectly well in modern homes, particularly lighter shades. Oak of course, as well as being very aesthetic, is also extremely functional, durable and long lasting.
Sourcing oak furniture is easier now than it’s ever been, and this is thanks largely to the internet. You can now find all kinds of oak online, at the very best prices.