Thursday, 20 September 2012

A Wood Revival

1. Anna Williams reading. www.79ideas.org 
2. Wide engineered oak flooring select / nature oiled. www.best4flooring.co.uk 
3. Amtico wood 'Palisander' vinyl floor tiles www.best4flooring.co.uk 
4. Image via. pinterest.com 
5. Amtico collection Priory Pine vinyl floor tiles. www.best4flooring.co.uk 
6. Photograph antlers and logs - robinstubbert.com/StillLife 
7. Crack Bowl series of pendant lights Korean designer. Kwon Jae Min.  
8. Wide engineered oak flooring rustic unfinished. www.best4flooring.co.uk 
9. Engineered walnut flooring matt lacquered plank. www.best4flooring.co.uk 
10. Stools by George Peterson 
11. Ebony cuff. fab.com 
12. Chair image via. vineetkaur.tumblr.com 
13.  Stools by George Peterson  
14. Amtico wood 'Merbau'  vinyl floor tiles. www.best4flooring.co.uk 

The revival of wood in product design reflects the simplicity and beauty in nature. Lighting, furniture and jewellery are just some of the many products available. There is a fabulous variety of texture and colour in wooden flooring today, from pale tones through to dark rich browns. If you haven't the depth to allow for real wood, or perhaps want a waterproof surface for a bathroom, vinyl has developed at such a pace that it very close to the look of natural wood. (example no.5 and no.14)

               A Wood Revival