Transitional living space

Photo is of the great room in a transitional home. The objective was to create a modern look, while keeping the warm & cozy feel. The space was created for fictious clients who are well traveled and sophisticated, yet who love to put up the feet and get comfortable. The space allows for seating from the adjoining space to be pulled in for larger groups when entertaining. The wall unseen in this photo is where the technology resides - all the audiovisual equipment is housed in and on a sleek console.
Photo by Jeremy Fenalon

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ar_ajayanmol wrote:2 March 2017

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    Kerrie Kelly Design Lab added this to Transitional Style: A Marriage of Modern and Traditional12 December 2017

    Neutral tones and non-patterned fabrics create a sense of comfort in transitional spaces. Window treatments are most often modest, solid-colour drapes that are shirred onto unadorned metal or wood rods. When blinds or shades are used, they are either clean-line Roman shades or texture-rich woven-wood blinds.Tip: Window coverings don’t have as much importance as window styling in this family room.These 6 window treatments will change your perspective

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    Tricia BARTOO added this to Tricia's Ideas27 December 2020


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