Our client’s beach retreat called for a painted shiplap wainscot in a crisp white. While this is a textured wall, it is incredibly quiet and plays a nice backdrop to the texture of the bead board cabinets.
Brick walls offer a fabulous sense of texture to a room. If you aren't fortunate enough to have the architectural element in your home already, opt for a "brick-look" wall covering like this one from Graham and Brown.
In addition to incorporating color and pattern, multitudes of texture are an integral part of any interior design. This beautiful night stand is a simple, yet fun way to add texture to a bedroom design is
Natural materials like reclaimed wood, painted wood and seagrass work wonders as textural elements. To incorporate natural wood finishes into a room, you can go for the entire room or just a few pieces of perfectly placed furniture.
Natural elements offer a great sense of texture to a room. One way to incorporate this look is to literally bring the tree into your home. The natural branches in the foreground of this picture are a fun accent when paired with the metal faux bois table and chairs from Michael Aram.
Textures fill the room in this fabulous interior! The most notable is the natural chevron of the area rug (note the fun punch of custom color on the rug’s border!). But the texture doesn’t stop there; the driftwood cocktail table pulls in a rustic and natural element while the smooth leather on the Moroccan-inspired poufs and the linen of the sofa are the perfect contrast.