The transitional style is often described as a balanced blend of traditional and contemporary furnishings and décor. A neutral color palette, pure focus, and textured materials were used to create the transitional style that everyone wants in their homes. Proper foyer decor can instantly make guests feel welcome, establish the spirit of the house, and can also be a small space full of practical storage solutions. The designer kept a neutral and straightforward theme throughout this design while packing it with tons of storage solutions for busy families. This design of a transitional foyer incorporates storage for all the shoes, jackets, and outdoor accessories. It can also be a showroom for the entire house with the open style foyer that provides glimpses towards the other rooms. After all, first impressions last a lifetime.
The entertainment center is often the most significant and most crucial piece of furniture in the living room or family space. It’s where all the storage can be found, and it also serves as the focal point of the room, being the unit that faces the sofa. It’s now easier than ever to create an attractive, functional piece that works for both display and storage of extra entertainment components. This television cabinet has plenty of storage inside the closed compartments and stylish open shelving for books and decorations. This unique entertainment center can quickly transform a regular living room into a home cinema while maintaining its subtle and simple look.
The designer termed this bathroom suite as Asian influenced due to its ambient lighting and warm color palette. True to Asian cultures, the brown tones represent the harmony between earth and comfort. The color palette and play on textures gave this space the zen-like vibe the designer was seeking to achieve. The Character Cherry provides this bathroom, with an aged look with its exposed knots and mineral streaks, showing off its natural beauty. This powder bath is small, and setting the right mood is essential. Playing it up with more mood lighting and less natural light makes it easier to set the desired atmosphere.
Perfect for entertaining, this entertainment center becomes the primary residence for gatherings. Its design style is one for the books; transitional styling updates a traditional idea. The curves combined with straight lines in a transitional style deliver a look that balances both masculine and feminine attributes for a comfortable and relaxing, uncomplicated design. Incredible architectural details and great bones are enhanced with precious industrial finds mixed with eclectic, modern touches. The designer created an “in-home getaway” to retreat to after a long day. This design also keeps entertaining in a localized area, so guests aren’t wandering around to get to the party.
Contemporary kitchens embrace negative space, strong shapes, and clean lines while leaving plenty of room for experimentation. Fully embracing the latest in technology, materials, and trends, which commonly include cutting edge appliances, dramatic lighting, mixed materials, a unique peninsula cabinet, and a creative backsplash.
Lending to the sleek design is Push to Open and Touch to Open opening mechanisms, which provide easy accessibility and seamless functionality. While modern elements dominate this kitchen, fundamental functionality is at its core with spice pull-outs, corner pull-outs, superior drawer inserts, deluxe under sink caddy pull-out, and open shelving.
The designer pulled inspiration from industrial styling because it is anything but ordinary. The main feature of this style is the unfinished look that focuses on combining bare and rough surfaces with a clean and flat finish. A little rough, but by no means dull, the industrial style is characterized by an individual unfinished wall made from concrete or masonry, metal chandeliers hanging from a wire, leather chairs, and wooden floors. With a contemporary twist on industrial styling, this kitchen celebrates a bold starkness with its blend of different metals.