Can you have too much of a good thing? Apparently not. These 10 homes from our House Tours prove that seriously woodsy rooms can still look modern, rustic and everything in between.
There's a lot to love about Shena and George's Formerly Blighted, Beautifully Salvaged New Orleans Home, including the wood-indulgent kitchen (at top) and the beautiful stairs (above).
In decorating Peggy & Chris' Los Angeles Modern, they were inspired by "the fearless use of wood in traditional Japanese homes."
All the wood paneling makes this converted space, David's Warm and Modern Studio in a Former Garage, homier.
Renters craving a wood look can take a cue from the store-bought room divider screens flanking the bed in Erick's Modern Organic Burbank Mix.
You want woodsy? Just check out Tim and Hannah's Affordable DIY Self-Sustainable Micro Cabin.
The salvaged wood wall in Jove's Bright Home with Inventive Features serves as a focal point for the entire lofty space.
Mark and his wife Pamela had to work hard to uncover the shiplap paneling in Mark Maček's Modern, Warm & Woodsy.
All the wood in Jodi & Michael's Sunny Hideaway in the Wilderness makes you feel like they're living in a magical treehouse.
All the natural light from the windows keeps Natalie's Peaceful & Free-Spirited Tiny Home on Wheels (only 8 feet wide!) feeling big and bright.