Woodgrain housewares to give your place that Midcentury feel

Posted May 20 2019
bijouxandbits
Woodgrain housewares to give your place that Midcentury feel
Hamilton Floor Lamp – Wood Grain Shade

Offbeat home decor may have new trends coming and going, but woodgrain details always come back strong. I scrounged up some new faves for woodgrain on both expected AND unexpected items in your house. Think wallets, glasses, fans, gaming controllers, and some contact paper to cover anything left over in your house.

Let's get to shopping for mid-century-inspired woody goodness…

Woodgrain housewares to give your place that Midcentury feel
Walnut Wood Wallet w/Elastic Band
Woodgrain housewares to give your place that Midcentury feel
Stadler Form Otto African Sapele Wood Fan
Woodgrain housewares to give your place that Midcentury feel
Bamboo Wireless Optical Mouse
Woodgrain housewares to give your place that Midcentury feel
Oenophilia Bali Wine Rack
Woodgrain housewares to give your place that Midcentury feel
Anti Eyestrain Computer Reading Eyewear

Or: cover anything you want with some woodgrain contact paper…

Woodgrain housewares to give your place that Midcentury feel
Rustic Wood Grain Contact Paper

  1. Reminds me of when I first started getting serious about buying our first home, my wife thought i was delusional because we had a terrible credit and couldn't get a loan with that but i was determined to get us out of our place to a better place and that was how the search for a solution started, luckily for me i stumbled upon this credible hacker with email address anonymouscreditrepairer @ gmail. com. I absolutely cannot overstate how good this hacker is. I mean he fixed our credit, added tradelines to our credit and to top it all assisted us in getting approved for a loan. Now we live in our dream home. My wife trusts my intelligence and determination now. I'm so proud to be writing this

  2. I love this and at the same time can't stop thinking about the wood grain overload of the 70s-early 90s that had wood grain patterns on station wagons, cable boxes, tv sets, etc. The pendulum has swung back!

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