The intricate pattern on the drum shade pendant is repeated on the backs of upholstered dining chairs, while seats are swathed in the same green as the interior of two built-in china cabinets. The result is a perfectly pulled together space loaded with casual charm. Traditional architectural details include a paneled, beamed ceiling and transom windows.
The gracious proportions and historic architectural details of this traditional entryway are given a light, modern feel with white walls against warm hardwood floors. The classic shape of the archway frames an interior view that extends through the living room to the family room windows.
Engaged corinthian columns and ornate, custom crown moldings define luxury in this traditional master bath. Warm wood and marble finishes mix to give the space visual interest. The room's castle-like detailing is echoed in the home's Gothic-inspired architecture.
The finishes and textiles in this master bedroom suite are luxurious but neutral, allowing the bright tropical views beyond the picture windows to reign supreme. The suite features rich architectural details and multiple areas for living, including a sitting room, reading spot and writing desk. Arched openings tie in with the home's architecture.
This exceptional Georgian estate in Bel-Air, Calif., was built in 1929 by architect Paul Williams and recently underwent a complete restoration. Beautiful moldings highlight the walls in this traditional entryway, while a pair of window seats flank the front door.
A sleek fireplace is the focal point of this chic living space that blends traditional architectural details and contemporary furnishings. The bold navy sofa and glass coffee table pairs with graphic-patterned and chrome chairs for a welcoming, comfortable seating area.
A classic blue-and-white color palette combines with traditional architectural details, like the coffered ceiling and fireplace moldings, in this comfortable living room. Cozy soft blue armchairs flank the stacked stone fireplace, and floral curtains bring pretty pattern to the space.
This luxuriously appointed master bedroom features an elaborate faux-finished ceiling with a recessed center medallion and ornate crown moldings. Traditional furniture blends with a hanging tapestry and intricate light fixtures. The interior design corresponds with the home's Gothic-inspired architecture and castle-like detailing.
Multiple seating areas make maximum use of this open, yet private poolside cabana in New York. Traditional architectural details tie the structure to the main house nearby. The finished surfaces of the cabana are wrapped with Versatex, a weatherproof PVC material, to ensure that it stands up to the elements.
This traditional mudroom offers stylish storage for the entire family. Individual "lockers" are decorated by colorful kids' artwork, while open cubbies below offer convenient shoe storage. Traditional architectural details, like the transom above the doorway, add interest and a crisp, clean aesthetic with bright white paint. A checkerboard pattern on the hardwood floor is a lighthearted touch.
Deep red posts and black hand rails make this wood staircase stand out. The newly built farmhouse, nestled on a 12-acre property with a modern pool house and in-ground pool, features white walls and soft gray trim throughout. Modern touches blend with traditional architectural details to create a thoughtful space that's both cutting-edge and cozy. Pale wood plank flooring completes the farmhouse feel.
Sited on a corner lot above the streets of this Asheville neighborhood, this elegant home boasts curb appeal all around the home. The stucco, stone and brick exterior of the home exemplifies a beautiful European Romantic style of home. The lush landscaping and gardens are welcoming while accentuating the architectural details of the home.
Arched openings, faux finished walls and weather wood ceiling beams bring this home's castle-like architectural detail into the expansive chef's kitchen. Dark wood cabinets complement the wood floors, while a stone surround adds drama to the cooking station. A peninsula offers extra seating.
Architectural detail abounds in this space, from the inlaid flooring to the beamed, cathedral-height ceiling, to the custom wrought-iron balcony rails. A Medieval-inspired chandelier gives a nod to the castle-like detailing in the home's architecture. A stone fireplace creates a focal point, and traditional furnishings are in proportion with the room's generous dimensions.