Photo By: Premier Estate Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International; IBI Designs Photography, Edward C. Butera
Photo By: Valerie Marinello Photography
Photo By: Jill Wolff
Photo By: Tomas Espinoza Photography
Photo By: Ebby Halliday, REALTORS, a member of Luxury Portfolio International® Photo Credit: Shoot 2 Sell Photography
Photo By: Thomas Kuoh
Photo By: Hilton & Hyland, a member of Luxury Portfolio International
Photo By: KIMBERLY NIGRO
Photo By: Rethink Design Studio
Photo By: Tomas Espinoza
Neutral Transitional Dining Room Full of Natural Light
Large windows and French doors fill this transitional dining room with natural light for a cheerful ambiance. The neutral palette is dressed up with lush green plants, a brass-colored chandelier and well-chosen accessories.
Neutral Transitional Kitchen With Large Wood Island
Modern barstools add a twist to the more traditional style of this bright white kitchen, blending well with the walnut island with soapstone countertops. An abundance of natural light highlights the white perimeter cabinets and the stainless steel appliances.
The simple, earth tones in this bedroom lend both a masculine and feminine feel. Patterns play off each other throughout the space, including in the bed pillows, rug and round baskets hanging above the bed.
This kitchen's cooking area features a vintage cream-colored enamel stove and range hood. White drawers with black countertops are situated on either side of the stove, while glass front cabinets provide visible storage for colorful pitchers and other kitchen items.
A large, comfy sectional offers stylish seating in this transitional living room, and its dark blue fabric hides wear and spills from pets and kids. Walls of windows open the space to sweeping city views, and laid-back Roman shades offer privacy when needed.
This large living room features creamy neutral walls, contemporary white chairs and a pair of matching traditional sofas, all combined to create a comfortable seating area. This exceptional Georgian estate in Bel-Air, Calif., was built in 1929 by architect Paul Williams and recently underwent a complete restoration.
Transitional Living Room With Custom Coffee Table, Matching Sofas and Connected Dining Room
The round dining table acts as an extension of the living room. The design utilizes floor poufs and wooden blocks that double as extra seating. A large globe chandelier hangs over the custom walnut coffee table. Fresh greenery adds pops of vibrant color against the neutral tones of the room. Modern elements paired with a timeless, classic frame creates a beautifully inspiring place.