Faux Bois is a fancy, well actually french wood for 'false wood'. With the growing popularity of natural and organic looking elements in home design and decor, this classic pattern is having a resurgence.
It’s been around at least since 1875, when Joseph Monier first designed a bridge imagined after timbers and logs.
The interpretation of wood and wood grain in materials as diverse as concrete and linen. This all season design adds a warm and woodsy look to everything from wallpapers to pillows to planters and furniture.
Here are some examples of fabulous faux bois.
Love the visual texture of faux bois on fabrics.
Oohhh... the colour & texture of these towels.
Faux Bois in many shapes and sizes.
Wedding cake & table setting.
How will you add a little Faux Bois in your home?