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Wood is the word in home decor this season, with woodsy patterns showing up everywhere from tables to lamps
Colourful wood patterns add a bit of the outdoors to your decor
1. Go green with the Bloom end table, a functional art piece created from a salvaged cedar stump and topped with an eco-friendly resin. The modern-meets-rustic piece works well in any space ($3,200, MTH Woodworks).
2. What’s blue is also green, when it comes to Jeff Trigg’s Pine Beetle pendant lamp. Sporting the telltale streaks of blue, the shapely light fixtures are made from recycled pine
beetle spruce and walnut (From $795, Jeff Trigg Fine Furniture).
3. Mixing organic lines with modern materials, the Timber Table by Gus Designs is an unusual accent piece made of clear acrylic, featuring a wood-grain pattern ($325, Koolhaus).
4. Add eye-catching curves and an impressive Baroque form to your home with the King Lamp, designed by Autoban for De La Espada. It comes in oak (shown) or American black walnut ($2,965, Design House).
5. Reminiscent of the 1950s, the WrongWoods storage unit by Established & Sons
features a playful woodblock print on a classic design. Pictured is the low cabinet with solid doors in green ($4,535, Inform Interiors).
6. Gorgeous grains of walnut meet contemporary Corian in this Shelf Table ($1,200, Park Studio).
Originally published in BC Home magazine. For monthly updates, subscribe to the free BC Home e-newsletter, or purchase a subscription to the bi-monthly magazine.