Maybe you often feel that wooden furniture in your home is too flashy and want to make other furniture the center of attention.
Basically, wood has various levels of color density. Teak, for example, has a light brown to dark brown color depending on the age of the wood.
If your wooden furniture has a deep brown color, use a solid wall color such as dark green, navy blue, and red. This will balance out your room, so that the brown color of the wooden furniture doesn't stand out.
On the other hand, if the color of your wood furniture is light brown, use a low-density color like mint, white, light gray, or sky blue.
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