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3 Design Hacks To Mixing Wood Finishes

When in doubt, white it out!

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Out of all the furniture styles and finish trends, wood is probably the only mainstay in the world of interior design. After taking a step back during the decade of yellow shellacked stains and steel elements, it is making a major comeback. 

Especially now that rustic looks are all the rage, it's all about working with exposed, real, and raw pieces. If you're wondering how you can let it be the star of the living area, we've listed down three tips you can try: 

Main photos from: Design Attractor and Remodelaholic 

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