Posts Tagged ‘Float frame’

Creating Feature Walls With Large Art

Thursday, May 12th, 2022

Using extra large canvases with float frames is a great way to create a feature wall without painting or renovation.

Feature walls provide great opportunities to experiment with textures, shapes, colours, and patterns. Also known as accent walls; canvas’ offer a quick and easy way to liven up the space and, depending on what material you choose, they can be low cost.

Feature walls can be high impact, but they do not have to be dominating. Sometimes a subtle pattern can inject just the right amount of interest into a room without overwhelming the space.

The term float frame or floating frame is used as the canvas appears to be suspended or “floating” within the frame. Ask us about what options they provide; they may even be able to print and stretch your canvas for you. If you have some artistic flair, it is also a rewarding DIY art and craft project using store bought canvas.

Visit our store to view a molding sample to really show off the colour spectrum of these grains, or contact us if you need more information

Copyright: 2022 Interior Design Trends by Larson Juhl.

Connection To Nature – Timber Frames

Tuesday, May 10th, 2022

Creating a calming visual space with a connection to nature improves wellbeing, health and productivity.
The neutral, authentic tones and unique washes of natural wood bring any space together; connecting it to nature and adding warmth.

 

 

Ash

White Ash is a beautiful wheat coloured timber with great warmth, and a feeling of age or long seasoning. A uniform grain waves and rolls through the surface of the timber. Consistency of colour and pattern make it an ideal material for use in interior decor.

 

 

Cedar

Cedar timber has a wonderful tonal range; from light blonde through to warm honey. A rich grain dispersed with tight knots add pops of natural character. Cedars’ lovely perfume makes this a really attractive timber.

 

 

Beech

European Beech has a fresh feel with the subtle colouration of pink minerals, such as limestone or salt. Characteristic flecks throughout the surface give a fantastic patterned or woven effect, complimentary to polished contemporary interiors.

 

 

Oak

Oak timber has a long heritage in furnishings and interiors. Rich grain and light caramel tones are not only beautiful but impart a sense of strength, calm and permanence in a space.

 

Visit our store to view a molding sample to really show off the colour spectrum of these grains, or contact us if you need more information

Copyright: 2022 Interior Design Trends by Larson Juhl.

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