Seamlessly Transitional Interior Designs
Transitional Style is about seamlessly blending Traditional Style to more Contemporary Style. Transitional style brings the classic, comfort of traditional decor and fuses that together with more modern clean lines and materials. There is a lighter feel that comes with transitional style as compared to the ornate curves and darker wood tones typically found in traditional decor. The professionals at SJS Designs – Decorating Den Interiors have years of experience and an arsenal of materials to help you inject this relaxed style into your home decor.
As compared to contemporary style, transitional decor showcases the clean lines and simplicity, but with an overall warmer feel. This is also a great design style to choose if you are trying to blend households, or if you are inheriting some beautiful traditional furniture. Transitional style is all about blending old and new to find the perfect happy medium between comfort and style!
Furniture: Warm woods furnishings with straight lines and lacquered finishes tie together contemporary and traditional trends to create a unique look. A lack of ornamentation makes it easy for the eye to appreciate the simple, sophisticated design.
Fabric: A lack of bright color use in transitional design leaves more room to play around with texture and fabric. Combining textural elements of wood, glass, fabric, and steel are common in transitional design.
Accessories: Minimal accessories that feature straight lines and rounded profiles blend contemporary and traditional design to accentuate a transitional design scheme.
Colors: Soft, inviting neutrals like beige, ivory, and tan are popular in transitional design. These colors create an ideal backdrop for more contemporary furniture pieces.
Have you always loved the transitional style of home decor?
Contact SJS Designs – Decorating Den Interiors today at 302-635-7617 to incorporate elements of seamlessly transitional design into your home.
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