Wood is having a very big moment in homes of all styles, and we’re not just talking about richly grained tabletops and handsome plank floors. As this Red Ledges home proves, there are many ways to bring wood’s natural warmth and texture into any décor, including the following four. We’re crazy about their all-the-rage, golden tone. Maybe these details will inspire a little wood working in your home.

The talented team framed the lower level’s fireplace with walls clad in wood planks arranged in a head-turning chevron pattern. Built-in benches add to the feature’s savvy design.

Connecting the main and lower levels of the Heber house, an open and airy staircase boasts thick wood treads. A darker wood-planked wall serves as a compelling backdrop.

The dining area’s deeply recessed ceiling is dressed in beautifully grained wood planks that help visually define this area of the lower level’s open floor plan.

Wood planks begin halfway up the wall behind the sink. This design differentiates the tile backsplash and display area of the open shelves.
Contractor: Highland Custom Homes 
Architect: Inouye Design 
Interior Design: Jaime Newman Design and Osmond Design 
Location: Red Ledges, Heber 

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Brad Mee
Brad Mee is the Editor-in-Chief of Utah Style & Design Magazine.