You modern woman, you! Your favorite style is all combining two seemingly opposite styles.
Especially traditional style with modern elements.
Transitional design is somewhat difficult to pin down, but by definition is a comination of two opposite styles. In practice, it’s a mix of traditional design with modern elements. Think traditional wainscoting and antiques paired with clean-lined modern pieces. But it’s not a hodge-podge like eclectic decor is. Think of it like a younger version of traditional design. It’s timeless, with a hint of the current.
Before we go any further, let me introduce myself.
I’m an interior designer, lover of organization, writer of lists and soon-to-be published author of a book, called Home Made Lovely, about the most important place on earth – home!
My obsession is teaching women like you how to make home their happy place.
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Key elements of
Transitional Style Decor:
Other styles that play nicely with Transitional Style:
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