When the time comes to change the way your home looks and feels on the inside you should consider decorating your home with pine furniture. Changing the paint on the walls, the color of your carpets, even your drapes can make a difference, but when you add the refreshing look of pine to your home, you can really create a whole new look.
Most people tend to overlook the beauty of pine furniture, considering it to be nothing more than rustic or country style furniture that does not belong in a modern home. Those who feel this way are missing out on furniture that is more naturally unique than any other real wood furniture on the market. Each individual piece will be replete with its very own pattern of knots and marks that only Mother Nature can create. .
As one of the softer woods, pine has never been taken seriously as a wood to be used in serious furniture. However, recent public interest in this relatively inexpensive type of wood has thrust pine furniture into the limelight as more of the upper tier furniture stores are starting to carry anything from a few pieces to complete collections.
Pine furniture can be left natural and finished with a layer of wax if you want to create a light airy look in your kitchen or your dining room. The natural white color of the pine will make the whole room look and feel much bigger than it really is and far more inviting.
If you want to add a touch of luxury to your living room or bedroom, you can stain the pine a warm, dark color. Match this with rich colors like deep reds, purples and create an intimate environment that you will want to spend lots of time relaxing in, far away from the hustle and bustle of the day.
You can use decorate a child’s bedroom with pine furniture and paint it in bright vibrant colors with stencils when the child is young and then paint right over it as they grow up and want their room to be as grown up as they are. There is no end to the ways you can decorate your home with this beautiful furniture. You never know you might just start a new trend in your neighborhood and have all of your neighbors coming to you for decorating advice as they decide to make the switch to pine.