Timeworn Luxury: Surfaces Trend

Timeworn Luxury: Surfaces Trend

Sophisticated weaves, disrupted patterns and reclaimed or deliberately distressed timbers create a luxurious timeworn look for sophisticated but relaxed interiors.

Saru wallpaper by Designers Guild_1

Available in a selection of neutral and muted color palettes, the tonal Saru wallpaper by Designers Guild is a modern take on an ethnic block print style.

Erased Heritage by Jan Kath_1

German designer Jan Kath is known for his trademark distressed effects that are woven into his luxurious rug designs. In his new Erased Heritage Collection, traditional Persian ornamentation is layered with and disrupted by faded patterns in contrasting colors.

Piet Hein Eek Scrapwood Wallpaper

Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek set the trend in motion in 2010 when he launched his hugely successful line of Scrapwood wallpapers. Mimicking the distinctive look of his trademark reclaimed wood furniture, the wallpaper gives the illusion of a real distressed wooden plank surface.


The FSC certified Douglas fir and hemlock that's used to make Windfall Lumber‘s Color Cladding is reclaimed from solid and glue laminated beams or salvaged from industrial, agricultural, and residential buildings in the Pacific Northwest.

DuChateau Floors Heritage Timber_1

DuChateau Floors Heritage Timber replicates the patina of reclaimed distressed building materials. With the natural look of reclaimed barn wood, the floors mimic the original character of recycled wood with artfully distressed surface scrapes, nail holes, notches, and saw kerf marks reminiscent of salvaged textures.

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