Seasonal Refresh — The Art of Mixing Timber ← Newer Older → ← Newer Older → In the world of interior design and homewares, the careful selection of timber holds the power to shape the ambiance and aesthetics of a space. At CLO Studios, we love the captivating interplay between teak, elm and vintage timber, unveiling the possibilities that emerge when these timbers intertwine to create warm and inviting spaces, each with their own unique interest and character. We are excited to share and uncover the artful composition of mixing our favourite timbers. Enhancing the beauty and functionality, and discovering the benefits of blending timbers together, to add another layer of visual interest and highlight the beauty that timber crafts within your space. Original Buffet 4/4 & 01 1960s Vintage Occasional Chair Elm Round Dining Table & 02 Vintage French Dining Chairs 01 Vintage French Dining Chairs & Antique Teak Dining table 04 'I love the rich and honest nature of elm. It makes a space feel warm, and lived in.' Chloe Tozer Founder & Creative Director Embrace the beauty of Elm. Elm timber is known for its unique grain, patterns and warm, honey-toned hues. It adds a touch of elegance and organic beauty to any space. Elm is the perfect timber to mix with both light and darker tones, an ideal choice for a versatile interior aesthetic. Our CLO Studios Elm Round Dining Table, with its timeless beauty, ages gracefully and can be seamlessly styled with dining chairs in vintage or teak timbers. This unexpected pairing achieves a sense of balance, adding depth to each piece and an effortless refinement to your space. Leather Flat Stool & 1960s French Chair 'I find mixing timber makes a room feel inviting rather than being too expected.' Teak timber is renowned for its durability and timeless appeal. Its rich golden-brown tones add a touch of elegance and sophistication to any room. With antique characteristics, teak has the ability to blend smoothly with various design styles, both indoors and outdoors alike. Enjoy mixing more traditional teak timbers with contrasting materials and textures like leather and rattan. For a bit of playful fun, introduce your favourite art and contemporary styling elements such as ceramic vessels with intriguing shapes and colours to bring interest to your setting. Teak timber is one to be adorned, honour its ageing characteristics for a sense of luxurious warmth and familiarity within the home. 'Mixing my favourite vintage furniture with more contemporary pieces is my style!' Indulge in the deep brown hues and intricate grain patterns of vintage timber, welcome the signs of design history that vintage furniture can bring to your space. Deeper timbers such as mahogany, walnut and rosewood bring a sense of depth and opulence to your interior. Enjoy mixing vintage furniture together with modern elements to establish an accessible sense of luxury. Draw inspiration from your travels and treasured pieces in your home, to style together to create a unique aesthetics and energy, individual to you. Cherish the character and embrace the unique imperfections of vintage furniture. Investing in vintage furniture is like artwork, it will always add value to your space. For a space that is effortless and always at ease, be curious and enjoy the art of mixing timber and watch your space come to life. Boutique Winter picks Shop Boutique 1960s French Chair CLO Studios 1960s French Chair Sold out 01 1960s Vintage Occasional Chair CLO Studios 01 1960s Vintage Occasional Chair Sold out Jacques Pot Tinja Jacques Pot from $310.00 AUD Original Buffet 4/4 CLO Studios Original Buffet 4/4 Sold out 01 Vintage French Dining Chairs CLO Studios 01 Vintage French Dining Chairs $690.00 AUD Photos: Nathan Tribble We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which we work and live, the Gubbi Gubbi people, and pay our respects to Elders past and present. We celebrate the stories, culture and traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders of all communities who also work and live on this land.