This transitional basement living room provides the perfect spot to enjoy a favorite show, hang out with the family or get cozy with a good book. Neutral tones and a stacked-stone fireplace add warmth to the space while rich wood built-ins provide stylish storage.
White walls allow a pair of burnt-sienna sofas and colorful striped curtains stand out in this transitional living room. The casual space also features a large entertainment center with open shelving as well as closed storage.
If you're looking for a perfect marriage of traditional and contemporary designs, then a transitional interior may be for you. In a transitional interior, furniture lines are sophisticated, simple and often feature either straight or rounded profiles. To keep the focus on the simplicity and sophistication of the room, designers will keep color palettes neutral and decor to an absolute minimum. Image courtesy of Decorating Den Interiors
For part of the final challenge on HGTV Design Star season seven, contestant Britany gave this once functionless dining room an eye-catching makeover. The wallpaper and wainscoting create a high-end look that nods to Britany's trademark graphic style.
Slim-fitting slipcovers on a chair and bench complement the trim, transitional lines in this living room. Neutral walls, hand-painted floors and well-balanced accessories achieve a polished yet unfussy look.
The Caroline collection from Havertys is a statement of subtle luxury. A straight back silhouette with rolled Lawson arms offers a dynamic look. Two teal corner chairs give the room a trendy finished style. Mandara tables and black and white prints flank the Caroline sofa on both sides to bring symmetry and sophistication to the room.
The rich neutral tones and texture of the upholstered window cornice accent the beautiful view outside this transitional dining room. The glass table base and top reflects natural light, maintains openness in the room and provides maximum visibility of the lovely dining chairs and exquisite heirloom rug.
This transitional family room relies on warm, neutral hues, making the space feel cozy and inviting. The stone fireplace, wood coffered ceiling and chic white sofas keep this living room classy and stylish.
Designed to be a "Lady Lair," or a woman's sanctuary from the chaos of urban life, this office includes a multicolored armchair and a vibrant green desk from the 20th century. Spray paint applied to the cream-colored walls adds a youthful touch.
The exposed architectural elements give this dining room an industrial flare and interest. This dining room design boasts exposed beams, pickled wood floors, a support column with stone detail and a high ceiling with tin tiles and molding.
On HGTV Star episode 804, a fireplace in the home of Giovanna and Eric Lawrence is updated from drab brown by designers Tiffany Brooks, Boris Eckey, and Jeribai Tascoe. The fireplace's new warm gray paint blends with the dining room's gray walls, creating the illusion of a larger room.
You don't need clutter to add warmth. This well-curated selection of objects offers just the right amount of texture and personality to this room. Baskets, including for plants, always add a sense of comfort; a selection of hardback books offers reading material for guests and candles and plants instantly create ambiance. Little things mean a lot in this nicely-balanced room.
This transitional living room's soft, neutral color palette makes the space feel warm, inviting and relaxing. A turquoise coffee table and pillows in varying shades of blue keep the space lively and fresh.
A white marble fireplace surround serves as a focal point in this open transitional living room. The dark hardwood floor is complemented by a dark wood coffee table, while the white sofa provides welcome contrast.