Designers warn against following this trend in your living room

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When it comes to making a statement in your living room, wooden accent walls may seem like a safe choice. With its soothing bold aesthetic and three-dimensional qualities, you would be forgiven for believing that this feature can do no wrong. However, interior designers argue otherwise.  If you’re considering new […]

When it comes to making a statement in your living room, wooden accent walls may seem like a safe choice. With its soothing bold aesthetic and three-dimensional qualities, you would be forgiven for believing that this feature can do no wrong. However, interior designers argue otherwise. 

If you’re considering new accent wall ideas, you may want to avoid dark wood, as this darker hue comes with a host of problems. But is there ever a way to make other wooden accent walls work in your scheme? And how can you differentiative between the wood? This is what you need to know about the controversial interior design trend. 

Dark wooden accent walls – the trend to avoid in your living room?

Dark wood paneling in a living room

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Grand Rapids-based interior designer Deidre Remtema suggests that the living room is the one space where wood ‘does not make sense.’

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