Outdoor drapery panels frame this spacious transitional patio perfectly and help soften the large hardscaped space. The pillows on the fireplace bench add comfort and texture while the curved candelabras help define the space and add a touch of elegance to this outdoor living room.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah transforms a crumbling brick fireplace into a gorgeous focal point with white mosaic tile and turquoise-striped wallpaper. A plate rail was added along the room's perimeter to unify the transitional dining and living rooms and plenty of extra seating included for easy entertaining.
A custom white oak cabinet by Honea Woodworks balances the wood-paneled opposite wall in this airy and transitional living space. Vintage teak bookcases and an upright piano turn the room into a multifunctional space the whole family can enjoy. Traditional rugs make a fun pairing with modern artwork.
The juxtaposition of old and new add visual interest to this airy living room in the 2013 HGTV Dream Home. Iron gate doors and a pale wood coffee table add rustic charm, while a modern fireplace and simple, yet sophisticated furniture gives the space an updated, transitional look.
Painting exposed ceiling beams black is more than an accent to a living space, it brings classic intrigue and an updated farmhouse feel to this transitional room. Using thick, textured material for the fireplace mantel adds a striking focal point that emulates the rustic nature of the dining table.
Orange and aqua drapery was the starting point in this eye-catching transitional living space. The client requested a room in her “happy colors,” and her favorites of soft aqua and bold tangerine proved perfect when paired with sandy neutrals.
Overlooking this open floor plan highlights the transitional, timeless design. White walls support the bright, open look of the room. The traditional dining area features a long table and mixed decorative seating. The contemporary style living room is framed with a large gray sectional. Long neutral drapes, hardwood flooring and a crystal chandelier connect the spaces.
Choosing rugs for rooms with heavy traffic can be a daunting task. If you’re looking for something timeless and transitional that also packs a space with rich texture, consider a sisal area rug. Here, the faint flame stitch introduces pattern that’s not overwhelming, while the neutral greige hue balances the living room's vibrant cranberry walls.
The sunroom is a signature design feature of Philadelphia’s classic row homes. Essentially a large vestibule separating the front door and the living room, it can be designed to function as its own room or used as a transitional space. Here, a beautiful wooden bench and a stylish floral vignette in front of a striking black and white art piece keep the space simple and elegant.
This large living space mixes bright colors with a soft yellow color palette to create a stunning transitional style. The room fills with natural light from the oversized windows with sheer white treatments, and a patterned blue sofa is lined with orange throw pillows that compliment bright green armchairs across from the modern coffee table.
The open-plan living room transitions smoothly into this informal dining area, using the same soft neutral palette. A round pedestal table matches the finish of the hardwood floor, and an arched polished nickel chandelier echoes the arched ceiling of the dining space. Rattan chairs provide durability for the daily wear, giving the transitional space a more casual feel.
The walls and ceiling of this small apartment bedroom were painted a deep peacock blue, which blurs the lines of the space to make it appear larger. The pocket doors separating the living room and bedroom were painted a high-gloss deep blue to add shine and architectural interest to the transitional space.
A farmhouse style table works as a focal point in tandem with a contemporary, three-tiered round chandelier with glass drops to create an eye-catching pairing that brings focus into the dining room in this open transitional living space. Shorter tufted parsons chairs and taller white wingback chairs encircle the table adding a sense of comfort and act as a frame to the flow of the room.
With a transitional white sofa, two Art Deco-style coffee tables and a cowhide and boho rug layered on top of each other, this living room is just as comfortable as it is eclectic. A teal throw pillow brings in some of the color that the owners love as well.
This home features an open plan design, transitional furnishings, and vaulted ceilings to create the perfect place to entertain. Hardwood floors extend from the deep blue kitchen island to the neutral area rug in the living space with a velvet sectional sofa. In between, the dining room features traditional seating beside the pull-up breakfast bar with wooden bar chairs.
The goal for this decorating project was to create a functional and attractive living space for a single lady. The client had just renovated a very small row house by opening the living room and kitchen into one large space. Decorating Den Interiors had 360 total square feet of living, dining and kitchen space and needed to incorporate some existing furniture, both for budgetary and sentimental reasons. The result is a stunning transitional design with a tasteful mix of contemporary lines and classic, traditional pieces.
This lively guest room pairs patterned red pillows and cushioned furniture with a soft yellow color palette to create a beautiful transitional style. A comfy daybed sits at the foot of the bed beneath the large window, and is flanked between two matching closets with classic white doors.
White walls are interrupted only by an accent wall of subtly striated tile behind the fireplace of this contemporary living room. In one corner of the space, a dramatic spiral staircase offers fun and functional access to the second floor. On another wall, a round, colorful painting depicts an abstracted aerial view of the city. Transitional furnishings are neutral, letting the artwork shine.