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Effective Ideas to Spruce up the Look of Your Traditional Home by Katie Rosenfeld 1

Effective Ideas to Spruce up the Look of Your Traditional Home by Katie Rosenfeld

Using color and pattern liberally with a touch of humor in your traditional home create a lively and aesthetic look in the place. Along with Katie Rosenfeld’s creative ideas, you will bring life back to your home and improve your life. If you love the bold colors such as hot pink or purple, don’t hesitate to use them to accentuate your traditional living or master bedroom. In a historic home remodel, Katie and her team mix hot pink, red, white, and blue accents with neutral colored walls and floor using bubble-gum pink wallpaper. Katie uses bold green backsplashes with similar colored dining chairs in the kitchen of the same home along with white shaker cabinets and brown floor. Your family …

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The Power of Patterns in Your Traditional Home by Indigo and Ochre Design

The Power of Patterns in Your Traditional Home by Indigo and Ochre Design

Patterns make a strong statement in your traditional home creating a welcoming and a personal look in the place. You can use patterns different shapes and sizes and layer them to work with your fabrics, walls, ceiling, accessories, or floor. Here are a few rules to create harmony in using patterns inspired from the projects of Indigo and Ochre team. To help your home pop with life without being cluttered, you can layer three patterns such as florals, gingham, and toile and build them upon it. In a traditional home in Clinton Hill Brownstone, Brooklyn NY, the team members of Indigo and Ochre create an inviting look using different colored pillows with simple patterns in addition to red suzanis and …

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How to Create a Surprising Spaciousness and Luxury in Your Traditional Home by James Glover

How to Create a Surprising Spaciousness and Luxury in Your Traditional Home by James Glover

The traditional home designs feature architectural details, arched shapes, and rich colors creating a tight feel. Thus, you can apply one of James Glover’s strategies to provide such a space unique spaciousness enhancing its luxurious look. Making use of the high-ceiling and large windows in your traditional home will bring the outside in and let you feel you live beyond the walls. Glover chooses the tropical theme in an Orange County kitchen to enhance the natural look of the place. James Glover and his team provide beach Belardi house a uniquely luxurious look using arched windows and doors leading to the marvelous view of the water. In Clemens house, Glover makes use of the soaring ceiling to install several doors …

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Sophisticated Traditional Home Decor Ideas Using Dark Floor by Tina Barclay

Sophisticated Traditional Home Decor Ideas Using Dark Floor by Tina Barclay

Installing dark wood to the floor of your traditional home can create different moods depending on the color of the wall and your furniture. Throughout the designs of Tina Barclay and her team, you can find out different ways to use such dark wood in your traditional styled home. If you admire the dark walnut floor but have a small apartment, it will be a great idea to create a sense of contrast in the place using white or light colored furniture, wall, and ceiling. In the Single Dream Home, Tanya Barclay’s team members install white cabinets in the kitchen that featured dark walnut floor and beige walls to create a sophisticated look in such a small space. They apply …

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Amazing Ways of Paneling your Traditional Home with Bead boards

Amazing Ways of Paneling your Traditional Home with Bead boards

The bead boards are durable strips or sheets made of PVC, wood, plywood, or MDF to protect your walls giving them an elegant look. These strips can blend with your modern home, but they are widely used in the traditional homes, especially in the kitchen and bathroom. You can install bead board strips or sheets to any room’s ceiling and walls in addition to the backsplashand island of your kitchen, the bathtub in your bathroom, a built-in bookcase headboard in your bedroom, a mudroom coatrack, and a reading nook beside any window. Your kitchen cabinet can be made of the same material to be resistant to the water. The bead boards will certainly blend with any home décor, because they …

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