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Photo By: Calvin Watt
Traditional Sitting Room With Framed Coral
A beautiful blend of traditional lines and textiles defines the refined sitting room. Red barrel chairs inject a bold accent color into the buttercream space, while framed coral adds a dash of coastal style.
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A romantic mediterranean setting is captured in this traditional master bedroom with a curved ceiling design. While the room isn't full of furniture, each piece brings its own personality and character to the spaces atmosphere.
In this yellow living room, a round coffee table is centrally located between two sofas and matching slipper chairs. The woven detail on the sofa and table are tropical in style but offset by more traditional pillows and decor within the room.
Traditional Entryway With Elegant Curved Staircase
This two-story entryway combines traditional and Mediterranean influences for an impressive demeanor. A curved staircase is prominently on display, along with its scrolling ironwork. Red velvet accents are used throughout the main level for a cohesive look.
Vibrant Yellow Bedroom Featuring a Hardwood Dresser
For a phenomenal lighting effect, incorporate beautiful table lamps into your bedroom design. Illuminating your space in this way produces a rich level of sophistication and ambiance. This room's ornate lamp illuminates its vibrant yellow walls and beautiful hardwood dresser, giving the space a sense of warmth.
Robin LaMonte designed this bedroom featuring contrasting yellow walls and red window treatments. A French toile fabric is the foundation for the color scheme while custom drapes, a chaise and bedding complete the design.
The beauty of parquet floors is their flexibility; They can be just as home in a midcentury modern basement as they are in this traditional living room. Here they carry through the entire open living space.
A private patio can extend the square footage of a bedroom. A wall of windows and French doors create plenty of natural light, and a private outdoor oasis is the perfect place to enjoy a morning cup of coffee.
This buttercream dining room features several wood accents, including built-in bookshelves and maple hardwood floors. Overhead, faux-painted beams comprise a coffered ceiling, while an elaborate wrought iron chandelier illuminates the intimate dining space.
Painted Ceiling and Wood Beams in a Traditional Dining Room
Guests need only to look up to see the most impressive piece of artwork in this traditional dining room designed by Catherine Smith. Interlocking designs in warm colors are drawn between wood beams in the ceiling. A wrought-iron chandelier hangs from the beautiful beamed ceiling.
Traditional Living Room Decorated for Winter With Vintage Skis and Sled
Vintage skis and an old-fashioned sled frame the space above the comfortable, tufted leather sofa in this traditional living room. The Christmas tree is trimmed classically with ribbon and bulb ornaments but features a contemporary marquee sign-inspired star at the top.
Several French doors and windows cover the walls of this spacious yellow family room, allowing natural light to flood the space. A brown leather sofa and armchair are paired with two matching chairs, while a multicolored Oriental rug highlights the beauty of the hardwood floors.
Hotel-Inspired Master Bedroom With Oversized Tufted Headboard
Designer Calvin Watt selected dark hardwood flooring and added additional trim to this master bedroom to please a client who loves high-end hotel spaces. An oversized tufted headboard and elegant mirror add extra touches of luxury and a sense of permanence to the room.