You might be wanting to spice up a room in your home but you have no idea how you want to do it. You need some home design inspiration to get some ideas flowing! In this blog we have handpicked the top 10 wood feature wall designs you can grab ideas from for your home!
This gorgeous living room uses the colour white and natural light to create the illusion of a larger living space. Whoever designed this front room got the colours right! Using Plus Timber’s very own Chalk White Peel and stick boards alongside a beautifully elegant pearl white leather sofa has you never wanting to leave!
This trendy sitting area uses our Reclaimed Rustic Brown peel and stick boards to create a feature wall. The choice in ornaments and style in seating matches the different colours of each board on the wall, creating a contemporary yet cool design.
This feature wall has taken 3D planks to a new level! Without being obtrusive, planks come out of this feature wall and act as shelves to place trinkets and even televisions.
This is a perfect example of using contrasting colours to your advantage. This cafe has mixed darks and lights alongside each other to create a wonderful chilling environment.
This living room manipulates a traditional look and feel. It evokes a feeling of warmth and enticement with its all-round homely design.
Who says you can’t use cold colours to create a cosy, welcoming sitting area? The ultimate chill out zone designed and made stronger with a wood feature wall!
Disregard the open view of scenery outside, we’ve got a view to look at inside! Imagine going to bed here overnight. Everything is placed to match. It’s so inviting!
Creating a feature wall using Tumbled Merlin Grey has the power to create striking, bold room designs. It also has the power and versatility to create almost secluded setting for seating area. Late night vibes have never been as snug!
Using real wood planks to create a feature wall backdrop. This design fabricates a classic, everlasting design that almost looks like it belongs in a sought after log cabin or marital suite.
If this kitchen doesn’t scream 2019, then we don’t know what does! It is home to everything a modern kitchen nowadays should have! This interior space is designed with a wood feature wall, a kitchen island and the craziest, wackiest lights we have ever seen. Wow!