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46 Transitional Home Design Photos

Woodley Park Residence - Red Library
Woodley Park Residence - Red Library
Annie Elliott Design
Red built-in bookcases, layered Persian rugs, and a concrete fireplace enliven this eclectic Library/Famiy room. Photo credit: Angie Seckinger
Westchester - Lakefront Dutch Colonial
Westchester - Lakefront Dutch Colonial
Visbeen Architects
This dramatic design takes its inspiration from the past but retains the best of the present. Exterior highlights include an unusual third-floor cupola that offers birds-eye views of the surrounding countryside, charming cameo windows near the entry, a curving hipped roof and a roomy three-car garage. Inside, an open-plan kitchen with a cozy window seat features an informal eating area. The nearby formal dining room is oval-shaped and open to the second floor, making it ideal for entertaining. The adjacent living room features a large fireplace, a raised ceiling and French doors that open onto a spacious L-shaped patio, blurring the lines between interior and exterior spaces. Informal, family-friendly spaces abound, including a home management center and a nearby mudroom. Private spaces can also be found, including the large second-floor master bedroom, which includes a tower sitting area and roomy his and her closets. Also located on the second floor is family bedroom, guest suite and loft open to the third floor. The lower level features a family laundry and craft area, a home theater, exercise room and an additional guest bedroom.
Cool House Tour 2008
Cool House Tour 2008
CG&S Design-Build
Both of these houses were on the Cool House Tour of 2008. They were newly constructed homes, designed to fit into their spot in the neighborhood and to optimize energy efficiency. They have a bit of a contemporary edge to them while maintaining a certain warmth and "homey-ness". Project Design by Mark Lind Project Management by Jay Gammell Phtography by Greg Hursley in 2008
My Houzz: Rooftop Retreat Addition in Toronto
My Houzz: Rooftop Retreat Addition in Toronto
Andrew Snow Photography
Design: Wanda Ely Architect // Photography: Andrew Snow // © Houzz 2012