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Piermont Grand


Piermont Grand | EC

Interior Designer:

Dennis Chong

It's common to think that sticking to one wood tone and finish is the best approach for interior design. However, many professional interior designers recommend mixing wood types and tones to create a more dynamic and exciting room.

While mixing different wood types may seem intimidating, following one simple rule can make the process easy and enjoyable. The key is to match the undertones of the wood, which means choosing either warm, cool, or neutral undertones when mixing and matching wood in the same room.

Following this rule, you can create a cohesive and visually appealing space that showcases the beauty of different wood types and tones. So, don't be afraid to experiment with mixing wood in your home, and enjoy creating a unique and personalised space that reflects your style and taste.

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