Embrace Nature Indoors: Three Stunning Warm Interiors with Trending Dark Wood

Dark wood is making a strong comeback in interior design this year, bringing a touch of elegance and sophistication to any space. This trend is characterized by the use of deep, rich hues like ebony, mahogany, and walnut, which add warmth and depth to a room. Whether incorporated through furniture pieces, flooring, or decorative accents, dark wood can create a striking contrast against lighter colors or provide a grounding element in a monochromatic scheme. From traditional to modern styles, this trend is versatile and timeless, making it a popular choice among designers.

We have curated three interior projects that showcase the rising trend of using dark wood in design. These projects illustrate how the use of dark wood can create a luxurious and inviting atmosphere in different types of spaces.

“Embrace the dark side”

Residential Project, Sint Martens Latem, by Nathalie Sigiez

The residence in Sint Martens Latem, designed by Nathalie Sigiez is architectural gem, showcasing a beautiful mixture of natural light, bright materials and timber. In 2023, dark wood tones are set to make a comeback in interior design trends, and the use of smoked Walnut in this residence perfectly showcases this trend. Its warm and inviting color adds depth and texture to the space, making it the perfect choice for creating a cozy and stylish atmosphere. The natural materials complement the white canvas, almost drawing the garden into the interior.

Material: Smoked Walnut – Shinnoki | Installer: De Laere Decor | Architect: Nathalie Sigiez | Photographer: Gregoire De Poorter - For more information about the architect, click on the picture!

LAB, Antwerp , by Dieter Vander Velpen 

Not your average gym is an understatement when it comes to LAB, a high-end fitness center located in the heart of Antwerp, Belgium. Designed by renowned architect Dieter Vander Velpen, this gym boasts a unique and luxurious interior that sets it apart from any other fitness center in the city. Walking into LAB, you'll immediately notice the dark, dark earthy color scheme that dominates the interior. The gym features tropical veneer and interior elements in dark corvous ebony from the Infinite Wood collection, which creates a warm and inviting atmosphere. The combination of veined black and white marble adds an extra touch of elegance and sophistication to the space. LAB is not just a gym, but rather a work of art. The attention to detail in its design is apparent in every corner of the space. It's a place where you can not only work on your physical fitness but also indulge in the beauty of the space around you.

Material: Corvus Ebony – Infinite Wood | Installer: Luyten Interiolizers | Architect: Dieter Vander Velpen | Photographer: Patricia Goijens - For more information about the architect, click on the picture!

Residence, Kortrijk Belgium, by We Want More 

We're in love with the latest project by We Want More - a stunning luxury residence in Kortrijk, Belgium! Featuring a range of beautiful materials including smoked Eucalyptus, Ebony, smoked oak, and American Walnut, as well as Querkus Smoked robusta and Shinnoki Ivory Oak, this home is a true masterpiece. The dark wood tones create a warm and inviting atmosphere, while the dark vained marble adds an extra touch of luxury. We can only imagine how incredible it must be to relax in the comfort of this beautiful space. If you're looking for inspiration for your own home renovation or design project, take a cue from We Want More's expert use of these stunning materials.

Material: Total Wood solution - smoked Eucalyptus, Ebony, smoked oak, and American Walnut, as well as Querkus - Smoked robusta and Shinnoki - Ivory Oak | Installer: Luyten Interiolizers & Obumex | Architect We Want More |Photographer: Bert Demasure


Dark Wood's Enduring Appeal in Interior Trends

The rising trend of using dark wood in interior design is well-deserved, and it's not going away anytime soon. The depth and richness of dark wood can transform any space into a luxurious and inviting environment. Whether it's a traditional or modern setting, dark wood is a versatile and timeless choice that will continue to captivate architects in 2023 and beyond.

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