Traditional dining room - Select a dining table made of sturdy and stylish wood. If you want a table that will last through the years of dinner party wear and tear, choose a table made from a hardwood, such as mahogany, walnut, maple, oak and teak. This traditional dining space is spacious and wonderful for entertaining.
Warm, rich tones set the scene for this traditional kitchen. Mahogany cabinets pair with a copper farmhouse sink and eye-catching countertops. Candelabra-inspired chandelier brings a soft glow to the space.
This simple traditional dining room is covered in natural light thanks to the large bay window and french door. A banquette offers plenty of seating, while storage stools function both as seating and storage.
This traditional kitchen exudes elegance in every possible way from the rich granite countertops to the stove surround. A small bar area separates the kitchen from the living room while still maintaining an open flow between spaces.
The cook in the family will love this traditional chef's kitchen. With top of the line, stainless steel appliances, ample cabinet space and room to enjoy tastings, you'll be eager to host the next party.
Matching, neutral florals cover the wall, bed curtains and bed linens of this traditional bedroom. The Venetian bench and headboard add shape to the decor while the dark wooden frame of the mirror and lamp stand add a bit of contrast to this elegant room.