Timber is an extremely popular material in interior design, chosen for its aesthetic as well as its multiple benefits. Timber is resilient, robust, easy to maintain and environment-friendly. But more importantly, timber is a highly versatile material that can be used in numerous applications, and not just the floor. Be it on walls, ceilings, staircases, or bathroom and kitchen cupboards, timber simply adds another layer to the design, lifting the overall impact.
Using timber as an additional textural element for spaces other than just flooring will really highlight areas and introduce warmth and character.
Here are some timber ideas from Style Timber Floor – beyond flooring.
Timber on walls brings a completely new look and feel to a room. Given the wide range of timber species, grades and textures available today, design options for timber feature walls are endless. Check out Style Timber’s European Oak strip flooring and Herringbone Collections, which have a wide range of colours to suit every type of room. Colours can also be customised to suit specific design requirements.
Wall panelling, joinery, ceiling… and even a bench seat
For kitchens, timber can be used not only for the floor, but also for walls, ceilings and cupboards to create a sleek, modern and homely feel.
With engineered timber, you can create almost any timber staircase that can otherwise be done with solid timber. Style Timber recently installed open tread staircases and traditional staircases for a client in Erskineville.