While modern furniture is getting highly in demand for its radiant and refined appearance, traditional furniture has always had its elegance and warmth that has no parallel. However, transitional style manages to join the best of both worlds and make the perfect balanced blend between the two; you can make a wonderful combination by adding simple traditional touches to your modern furniture, or vice versa. Here are some ideas to get you started;
Neutral color palette are the most commonly used in painting walls. Install a fresh coat of paint of a neutral color like taupe, white, ivory, beige, or tan. You can display a traditional oil painting of floral or any other artworks in simple black or silver frames, and then complement the theme by adding a stunning vase of fresh flowers or a floral printed rug. If you’re using traditional wall graphics of strips or floral, make sure they are installed in small doses to avoid the overwhelming atmosphere.
Traditional style is marked by its classic lines, tone on tone fabrics, dark colored wood, crystal chandeliers, oil paintings and et cetera. You can pick up traditional furniture pieces in modern colors such as grays or blues, or sleek lined furniture with opulent rich colored fabrics and mix the curved with the smooth. Use wooden flooring and white walls, and then bridge the gap between the modern and the traditional by adding a striking crystal chandelier.
Windows treatments are often simple; if you’re using metal rods, install blinds in rich shades with woven textures and patterns to add a touch of softness. Also, minimal accessories are hallmarks of the transitional style, therefore, according to the budget you have allotted for the design, opt for some accessories to enhance the overall theme like potted orchids, silver candleholders, or Art Deco pieces.
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