Decorators use transitional decor to style older home. Decorators get this style by blending traditional homes with contemporary flair. It’s an elegant style. In addition, you can redecorate instead of renovating.
Many of us live in older homes. At times, the urge is to gut the home. However, it’s easier to redecorate. Adding modern flair adds new life. But you retain the original charm. The result? Amazing!
The living room often features traditional trim moldings. Also, note the fireplace. Update the look! Paint the walls a soft neutral color. Paint moldings a bright white. Indeed, this adds an airy, casual feeling. Accent sleek white sofas with black and gray textiles.
On the other hand, you can add bright pops of color. Aqua is fun. Also, decorate the fireplace mantel with modern pieces.
If you prefer, choose a soft paint color. Soft blue is a modern choice. However, keep the furniture neutral. Also, use contemporary accent pieces.
On the other hand, you may love drama. Go for it. Use bold color to add drama. However, choose rich colors. In fact, stick with trendy green or blue. Neutral furniture completes the look. Indeed, it’s glamorous.
In addition, a transitional dining room is wonderful. Indeed, dining rooms have features that are traditional. These include hutches and wainscoting. In fact, those are very traditional.
Indeed, the built-in shelves are traditional. However, modern chairs add flair. Also, add a fun light.
Traditional wainscoting adorns the walls. Keep it white. Add sleek chairs. Also, pops of bright green color are interesting.
Indeed, this is an art-deco inspired room. Keep it modern with sleek lamps. Also, a glass-topped table steals the show.
Finally, have fun! Keep it easy! A chalkboard wall is casual. Fun. And could be very entertaining.