Matching Your Las Vegas Wood Shutters With The Wood In Your Home02/05/2018Darik Neilson Natural wood in your Las Vegas home can make it the envy of all your neighbors. Wood floors, teak furniture, or exposed beam work are trademarks of a handcrafted, luxurious house. And to take it a step further, you should complement the wood in your interior design with the most stylish Las Vegas wood shutters. We’ll show you how.The Best Way to Mix and Match Multiple Wood Types in Your HomeA misconception about hardwood in interior design is that you should match the wood species across all parts of your home. That’s not the best idea for two reasons. The first is because it can be hard to exactly match wood types: your maple floor, mahogany furniture, and teak wood shutters are going to naturally vary in tone. The second reason is that if all of the wood in your home matches, it all tends to run together and you end up with a kind of boring look.What’s more important is to try to coordinate the tone and the grain of the wood in your home. That’s what will give your space a great sense of direction without it getting boring or plain.Coordinating Wood Grains In Your DesignMatching wood grains is pretty straightforward. If your wood flooring is smooth, go with a smooth finish on your wood shutters to match. If your wood floor has texture to it, whether it’s wire-brushed or hand-scraped, a similar grain to your wood shutters keeps that nature-driven style flowing up the wall.Coordinating Wood Tones In Your DesignAttempting to match wood tones is a little trickier. When deciding on the stain of your wood shutters, keep a few things in mind:Try to keep within the same “family” - but you don’t need to use the exact same species of wood, remember which species of wood are more formal or casual. Oak, cherry, and mahogany are all a bit more formal, whereas maple and pine are a little more casual.The wall is your natural buffer – matching wood furniture to wood flooring is a little tricky because they sit right next to each other. Your wall is a natural buffer between the floor and your shutters, giving you more room to play with varying styles.Stay Warm or Stay Cool - Most wood species will be naturally warm or cool in tone. Choose wood shutters that match the mood of the room in addition to the texture.Choose Your Woods in PersonAll of this talk about matching tones and styles can seem daunting, but it all comes together when you see it in person. Schedule a free in-home consultation with your Las Vegas shutter experts today by calling 702-850-6619 and we’ll walk you through the steps from start to finish.