Faux Bois (French for false wood) is the artistic imitation of wood. Many artists and designers use this art form to create furniture, lighting, and textiles.
|The grains and textures of trees are unique and beautiful.
It’s no wonder that so many people find inspiration for their homes from nature.
Here are a few examples of faux bois pieces. Incorporating a small amount of faux bois into a room can add a unique flair and an interesting conversation piece.
|A console table from Crate & Barrel. This would look great centered under a mirror in a hallway or entrance.|
|A wood-grain inspired rug from Martha Stewart.|
|This acrylic Timber Table from Style Garage juxtaposes an organic pattern with a sleek and modern material.|
You’ll be able to find an array of furniture, textiles, and many interesting details with the faux bois look with a simple search online. Maybe you’ll find the perfect piece that speaks to you!
When decorating with this look, be careful not to add too many pieces. You do not want to cross the line from interesting and pulled together into a kitschy, theme decorated room!
|On the left, a faux bois bed with a forest-themed bedspread, chairs, live plants, and wallpaper create an over the top setting. On the right, Julian Chichester creates a well-balanced space with symmetrical tree trunk lamps.|
If you’re looking to add a touch of faux bois to your home, you can contact me to help you find the perfect piece that works with your interiors. And remember, just a little goes a long way.