The focal point of this traditional home office is the large wall of windows framed with a transitional box pleat drapery valance and panels. Two leather chairs with matching leather ottomans provide seating, making the rich tones in caramel, chocolate and wheat the perfect complement to old world charm.
A family gathering place was created by mixing collective antiques and vintage Chippendale side chairs. The ceiling and inset wainscoting were painted French Blue to complement the antique wall plates and bird prints.
Anyone would feel like a queen coming home to this bathroom with its ornate column, soaker tub and spacious vanity. A custom valance and crystal light fixture add to the room's outward grandeur, while the neutral color palette has an understated elegance.
Traditional Kitchen With Double-Sided Island & Breakfast Nook
A large island with bar seating takes center stage in this traditional kitchen design. At the end of the kitchen sits a breakfast nook with custom banquette seating and another exquisite light fixture.
Not every deck party needs to happen during the day. With the right deck lighting – think side posts and post caps as well as riser lighting on the stairs for safety – you can create a warm, inviting atmosphere that’s perfect for an adults-only cocktail party or movies and s’mores for the kids.
Dark stain on moldings and doors complement the traditional architecture of this Brooklyn townhouse. Original details include a wood paneled wainscot and a transom window above the wide front door. A glass pendant with antique brass hardware fits with the style of the entryway.
White Cabinets Look Classic In Traditional Bathroom
Caesarstone countertops and tile floors in neutral beige are set against off-white walls in this traditional master bath. The oval tub has a base that echoes the rest of the room's white cabinetry for a harmonious space.
Make a Neutral Living Room Lively Using Just One Color
Keep the cold-weather blahs at bay by using a bright, cheery accent color like mustard yellow in your living room. Add blooming plants and flowers in the same color to put even more touches of life in the space.
Painted a cheerful yellow, this traditional eat-in kitchen features beautiful white cabinetry, a wooden range hood with carved detail and classic granite countertops. The prep island includes space for two to dine and shelving to display pretty dishware, and the refrigerator is cleverly disguised to match the cabinets.
Built-in armoires provide convenient storage for hanging clothes and accessories in this traditional bedroom. The cabinets have see-through screens, ensuring the units don't weigh down the exterior wall. The painted finish of the armoires and the striped valance is a nod to French country design.
A monochromatic room can still have a warm look when you layer textures and architectural details. The living room off this kitchen features a sitting area of comfortable chairs and intricate mill work surrounding the fireplace. An ornate white glass front hutch in the corner connect this space with the adjoining traditional kitchen.