There are thousands of varieties of acacia trees and wood in the world. Each variety has a different hue, tone, and undertone. Most of the species tend to be a deep brown color with red tones, but some varieties are light and others are darker.
The first step to incorporating wooden tones in your home like a pro is to figure out which wooden tones are dominant in your home. This would apply if you have a hardwood floor, natural wooden cabinets, natural wood furniture, or any wooden accents already in your home like an exposed beam.
If you don’t have any wood already in your home, take your home’s undertones into account. Are your home’s colors cool or warm? Your home may have warm tones if you use earthy shades like tan, brown, off-white, terracotta, and muted tones. Your home may have cool tones if you use blues, grays, silvers, white, and black.
Depending on what undertones you have in your home, you’ll want to make sure the acacia you use matches. You may also have neutral undertones, in which case, almost any color of wooden tones will match.