Treating, Repairing and Designing Timber Fences and DecksTreating, Repairing and Designing Timber Fences and Decks

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Treating, Repairing and Designing Timber Fences and Decks

Welcome to my blog! My name is Brenda, and I love designing homes and landscaping yards. In particular, I love implementing natural wood and timber into my designs. Last year, I put on new timber decking and added a fence. to our garden Through the process of working with a contractor and doing a lot of independent research, I was able to get just the type of decking and fencing I wanted, and now, I am adamant about taking great care of it. In this blog, I am going to cover a gamut of concepts related to timber decking, and I might into delve into some other posts about construction or DIY. I hope that you like my ideas!

Wall Painting | 4 Attractive Wall Paint Colour Combinations To Offset Your Light Timber Floors

Planning to paint your walls to reflect your timber floors beautifully? If only your colour selection choice was that simple! Choosing the right colours is certainly daunting when you don't know what you want because of the sheer number of colours, shades and combinations available today. This guide equips you with attractive wall colours when working with painters to offset the light timber floors in different rooms of your home.

Pastel Beige With a Reddish Hue

If you have light coloured timber floors, then beige with a reddish tint is an excellent wall paint colour choice for your room. The beige blends in beautifully with the light timber, while the reddish tint adds depth and character to the room. When working with your painters to finalise your colour choice, keep in mind that this colour combination works well if you have darker coloured furniture because the lightness of the walls creates an appealing contrast, while blending in flawlessly with your timber floors.

Pale Orange With A Fiery Brown Tint

Pale orange is an ideal colour when offset against light timber flooring because it adds vibrant drama to the room, while the fiery brown hue adds a hint of subtleness and sophistication to your space. This versatile paint colour choice is perfect for both light and dark coloured furniture in modern or traditionally styled homes because of its animated dual coloured appeal.

Muted Tan With A Warm Beige Hue

An earthen-inspired muted tan colour features an attractive contrast when offset against light timber floors, while a warm beige hue adds a sense of warmth and friendliness to the room. Muted tan with a warm beige hue has a similar undertone to your timber flooring, which enlivens the space without seeming too bold. When working with painters, this colour combination is an ideal contrasting choice because it doesn't clash with your light timber tones.

Soft Blue With A Subtle Grey Tone

A soft blue paint colour with subtle grey tones offers excellent contrast against light timber floors in any room of your home. Offering a distinctive appearance against both light and dark furniture, soft blue with a subtle grey tone invokes a feeling of soothing tranquility, making it a good choice for bedrooms and living rooms with light timber floors. This colour combination works especially well when your lighter timber floors have a slight ash-wood effect.

Choosing the right colour combination when working with painters requires careful planning. Use this guide as the stepping stone to picking the right combination for your light timber floors.