A custom traditional vanity, sleek modern toilet and gray subway tile shower make the most of limited space in this small bathroom. The simple color palette in black, white and gray helps the room feel polished and clean.
Traditional meets midcentury modern in this chic dining room. A classic wood dining table anchors the space, and the chairs that surround it boast a fun, geometric-patterned upholstery. A floating green cabinet and mod light fixtures complete the look.
Fascinated by Napoleon's travels and conquests, designer Garrow Kedigian transformed this traditional lounge into a collector's paradise. Classically-inspired pieces shine like jewels against the black walls, while chalk-drawn details add a whimsical, modern touch.
As seen on Love It Or List It, the floors throughout the main floor are now a beautiful 6.5" wide maple wood boards called 'Wave Rock.' Opening up this main floor was done by removing the wall that housed the fireplace. The wall that divided the dining room from the kitchen is now a big open peninsula for the family to gather around. The paint color in the dining and kitchen area is Behr 'Creme de la Creme.' The trim is painted 'Popped Corn.' The color in the living room and hall is 'Salt Glaze.' Jillian pulled her design together with the glass chandelier that helps to add a traditional touch to the space.
Traditional white cabinets are paired with display cabinets framed with stainless steel for the perfect balance between contemporary and traditional elements. Matching cabinetry throughout the kitchen and dining room seamlessly connects the two spaces.
A light, yellow color and the new, open concept floor plan helped to modernize the dining room of this historic home, but the exposed beams and traditional furniture in the space maintain the integrity of the home's Tudor design. This elegant blend is highlighted by the natural light that pours into the home from the large French doors at the back of the space.
Traditional and modern styles mix to create a space that feels oh-so-elegant. A unique sideboard hutch plus a spectacular mirror above are the highlights of the space, which is completed by an ever-present bouquet of cascading white flowers.
The two-story paneled library mixes traditional and modern styles. Dark brown walls are paired with classic bookcases, filled with the homeowners' collection. Centered in the room is a long rustic table and contemporary wire-and-leather chairs, creating a great spot for homework and research, while cozy chairs by the bay window make for the perfect reading area.
Even if your kitchen has a more traditional or modern style, you can accent it with country decor. Rooster home accessories add a chic, playful touch to any countertop, while stained glass or leaded glass panels in the cabinets can bring in a bit of farmhouse fashion. This kitchen remodel by Judith Wright Design in Seattle won a 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Design Competition award.
This beautiful master bathroom pulls elements from traditional and modern design styles. Recessed lighting paired with modern globe sconces -- and a small window over the shower -- ensures an always-bright space. Lena white marble, quartzite counters and limestone floors make the room feel rich and inviting.
Camille Simmons has a love of pretty things: a sweet teacup, a beautifully scented candle, a colorful plate. It’s through beautiful objects that Camille believes one can truly enjoy each moment in life. Little moments of pretty, like the perfect pen, or a special piece of stationery, can brighten the day’s most mundane moments, according to Simmons. Her philosophy, dedicated to entertaining and style in pretty fashion, is reflected in the shop she founded with her husband Joe. Located in the historic Bluff Park neighborhood of Long Beach, California, Planning Pretty is a celebration of personal style where beauty reigns. And that pretty-is-as-pretty-does philosophy extends to Camille and Joe’s home. Just blocks away from their shop, the couple’s historic Southern California home is a mix of traditional and modern style where every piece is a little bit of beauty to be explored.
Although the armchair is traditional in style, the upholstery fabric pattern is modern. Many designers suggest updating traditional pieces with modern fabrics to create a style referred to as updated traditional; conversely, some modern furniture pieces can be made more traditional with strong graphic patterns such as plaid, tartan and stripe.
This small bedroom gets the spa treatment with a hotel-style upholstered headboard and modern bedside table. Traditional sconces and a round table with a pretty tablecloth bring traditional style into play.