Suddenly everywhere: color washed wood surfaces in interiors: paneled walls, flooring, furniture, table tops. We’re onboard.
Above: The ColoRing Table by Jo Nagasaka of Schemata Architects.
Above: The home of Gu Qi, a furniture designer in Bejing, features a color-washed wall; via Daily Dream Decor.
Above: In the kitchen of London-based food maven Anissa Helou, a portion of the floor is washed in green; via Design Sponge.
Above: A “ghosts of blue” tabletop via Norwegian blog Loppelilla.
Above: Wallpaper from Dutch company Eijffinger creates the illusion of color-washed wood paneling; see more at Instant Ombre for Your Walls.
Above: Wood-paneled walls are washed in palest gray in David Kohn’s Norfolk Stable.
Above: For the commitment phobe, DIY Wall Tiles from Moonish.
Above: A concrete wall washed in shades of gray to create the illusion of wood paneling; photo via Fritz Hansen.
Above: Timeline Wood in Los Angeles offers a “design alternative to reclaimed wood”; the company uses new wood and stains it in varying shades to create distressed-looking flooring and siding.
Above: A staircase stained yellow in the Member’s Reading Room of the Grazer Kunstverein by London artists Celine Condorelli and Harry Thaller, via Domus.
Interested in more color ideas? See Half-Painted Walls in Bold Colors.