Adirondack chairs are timeless and evoke a cool, casual vibe. If you're looking for a traditional spin on your fire pit patio, consider adirondack chairs in punchy painted finishes. One thing to keep in mind is that adirondack chairs are deeper than other styles since their back legs extend far back with a deep pitch, so it's best to thoroughly measure the depth and width of your space before choosing them.
Sleek lines and contemporary updates work with a neutral palette, a tile backsplash and chic accessories to create an updated farmhouse feel in this classic kitchen. Conical metal pendant lights liven the space while providing extra light above the attractive kitchen island.
The gold-framed mirror and fiddle leaf fig tree give this bathroom a homey vibe. Blue-gray vanity cabinetry looks elegant and classic against a marble countertop and brushed nickel faucets. Striped accents on the basket planter and frosted glass sconce shade add playfulness to the space.
This stunning living room borrows from French country style in creating an updated traditional feel. Unique features include the concrete columns that have been faux finished to reflect saw-cut travertine. Tea-stained walls add depth to the space, yet another special addition to this well-appointed room.
Full of grandeur, this French Country living room features many special elements, including an 18-foot beamed ceiling, clerestory windows, recessed floors and arched doorways. Neutral tones and whites keep the space airy and bright, despite the multitude of furniture and accessories.
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.
The new home office is staged with a traditional wood desk and white upholstered chair on top of a gray and white area rug. Topiaries, old books and a map set the mood for creative exploration, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
The family wanted a space that blended vintage charm with the conveniences of modern appliances, so they chose traditional elements, such as the gold accents and wood trim, and added modern-day touches, like the stainless steel oven and a farmhouse sink. The end result is an overall cottage-style feel.
A simple black desk is paired with a classic T-back wooden chair and contemporary blue table lamp for an updated traditional style. The desk is placed looking out the window so that the homeowners can enjoy views while getting some work done.
The details in this kitchen are what truly brings the space together. The homeowners wanted a unique renovation, but were concerned with maintaining the home's integrity, so designers combined a few unique, more modern touches with traditional features to create this stunning kitchen. Wallpaper is used throughout the space to add color and warmth while maintaining the traditional feel of the home. The oriental rug between the kitchen island and the sink is another classic touch for the home. Even the gold accented light fixtures bring in the charm that the homeowners love about their home. The homeowners were opposed to white cabinets, so designers installed a countertop that had green hues, which inspired the green countertops in the space.
The open floor plan kitchen and breakfast area combine simple, clean lines with natural materials and textures. White cabinets are paired with gray countertops and subway tile backsplash for an updated, traditional design, while a rustic wood table is surrounded by comfy Parson chairs and wood slab bench.