Best Materials In Interior Design(1)
wood is one of the best choice in interior architecture, wood allows for the highest degree of prefabrication and rapid assembly, due to its dry construction, moving in is possible immediately eventually resulting in lower loan costs, wood can be shaped and installed easily, wood dries quickly and has a low density or weight.
THE MANY BENEFITS OF WOOD IN INTERIOR DESIGN
We know, it seems counter-intuitive that cutting down trees is actually benefitting the environment, but it’s true! Processing wood releases significantly less harmful carbon emissions than does the manufacturing process for any other construction material. Additionally, wood is a fantastic insulator, so larger pieces may be able to assist in reducing energy consumption for heating and cooling your building.
2-IT’S GOOD FOR YOU
Recent research by the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada has shown that wood in interior design can actually have positive health benefits. It turns out that there are observable physiologically positive responses to wood, nature, and natural effects. Adding wood as a feature piece in your interior design project can be particularly helpful in hospitals, where it could reduce stress of patients and their loved ones.
Wood is super easy to work with, and can be used in so many different interior design applications. It can also be painted or stained in any variety, and is easy to revitalize as such. Like we mentioned at the top, whether it’s just a simple baseboard, an ornate feature wall, or anything in between, wood can fit the bill. No, literally, it can fit the bill — it’s also incredibly cost-effective short and long term!
4-WORRY NO MORE
Aside from all these benefits, wood also eliminates many other concerns that may arise from other materials. Wood is remarkably strong. It emits absolutely zero electrostatic charge. It won’t rust. It works fantastically as an acoustic insulator making it great for concert halls and theaters. It can regulate humidity in a room with its ability to absorb moisture — just make sure it isn’t too humid. There are just oh-so-many reasons to love wood in interior design.