Noupe Editorial Team March 2nd, 2008

Stunning Designs Using that Piece of Wood

It's not hard to design a website, but it gets harder when you try to achieve that unique design using Wood pieces and integrate it with the design elements to make the whole design part of that piece of wood.

In an overview below you’ll find some stunning designs that is totally engaged with that piece of wood.

You might want to check "70+ Visually Impressing Header Graphics" which is a small showcase of more than 70 outstanding header graphics with excellent use of visual elements and interface design.

1) Philippe Plaideux

2) BurningSea

3) Wrapragecure

4) Potter Family

5) GnvPartners

6) Wrapragecure

7) Miba

8 ) Henryjones

9) Alexbuga

10) Yucesoy

11) Silent7

12) SwingTheory

13) CodingMonkeys

14) CssArtillery

15) Leslyg

16) Williams Bistro

17) Backstage

18) Nanamiart

19) JoshuaSortino

20) Paul Wallas

21) Freshlypainted

22) Nebonmedia

23) Rubiqube

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  1. I’m not normally one to spam the comments of a blog post but it is related – The Multipack recently redesigned the website which uses a wooden feel to push the idea of being at a pub table. We think it works well…

  2. Steven, JamieO, kuldeep, James, Erica, Praveen and Fubiz
    I am glad you liked it and hope you find it inspiring .

  3. I’m so happy to see this; I’ve had a thing for wood on websites for a while now, although I don’t have it on my own (no time!). Lots of inspiration here!

  4. I’m glad that you took screenshots, cause some of the links have unfortunately either lead to a site that is not the original design or they are under construction. But I feel that burning sea can be a lot better. I personally like GNV partners :)

  5. Great list! I love looking for wooden inspiration. Since I work in the Equine, Western and Barrel Racing industries, I use a lot of wood in my client sites, so it’s great to see how other designers are doing the same. Thanks!

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