Tired of playing it safe and following the rules? Take a trip on the wild side and rebel. But, of course, as with any good design advice, we’ll caution you as to which rules cannot be broken without being stopped by the style police. Proceed with caution…

Mixing Wood Tones

Mixing Wood Tones
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The style police say
You should never mix different wood tones in a room.

Ignore the warning
Follow in the footsteps of Jason Urrutia of Urrutia Design and mix-and-match wood tones in your home to create interest. Remember, too much of one type of wood makes a room feel boring and too matchy-matchy.

Designed By: Jason Urrutia of Urrutia Design
Photography By: Matt Sartain Photography

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