What defines transitional style?
One of the best parts of working with diverse clients is that also includes their design style. I never design the same space twice- simply because every design is custom to the persona living there and the style they love. I talk and study the designs they love, and incorporate the same elements into their personal space.
It’s custom just for them.
In this space, the homeowner’s style could be described as transitional. That doesn’t sound much like a style, so allow me to tell you more about it.
Transitional style is a combination of traditional and modern design. It is a blend of classic elements from traditional designs with clean lines and more contemporary touches. This style is often seen in furniture, with pieces that are both comfortable and functional.
Transitional style often incorporates neutral colors like whites, grays, and beiges, but may also incorporate bolder colors such as blues and greens.
Furniture pieces often feature smooth surfaces, straight lines, and minimal ornamentation.
Transitional design is versatile, timeless, and allows for a variety of different design elements to be incorporated into a space.
This home was very traditional when this homeowner moved in; think old-world, Tuscan, and big, heavy, brown furniture. This single dad hired me to help him reflect his family’s fun spirit!
We used bold, happy colors and interesting accents.
The art featured was hand-printed by a local artist to showcase his girls.
Now his home reflects his active and energetic family!
What is your design style?
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