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Mixing Materials in Transitional Kitchen
Interior designers ensure a well-balanced kitchen by sticking with a perfect mix of materials. In this kitchen, the cabinets are glossy and rich, while the butcher-block countertop is flat and neutral. To help tone down the intensity of the red cabinet color, reflective blue tiles stem from the top of the counter all the way up to the ceiling.
Crafting Area Work Table With Patriotic Pendant Light
In order to keep costs low, almost every element in the attic was found in the garage, storage unit or at flea markets. To make them work cohesively, pieces were chosen in shades of white, blue, red and darkly stained wood.
In just one week, this eat-in kitchen is reborn as a sleek and vibrant place to prep and serve food in style. To stay on budget, the room's footprint is kept as is, while the existing cabinets are sanded, primed and updated with high-gloss, cranberry-red paint.
With so many gadgets used throughout the day, it's smart to find a way to integrate smartphones and tablets into your kitchen design. This modular command center allows homeowners to keep electronics within reach yet off the counter, thanks to under-cabinet outlets and tablet/smartphone cradles.
Red Office Area With Striped Chair and Large Portraits
Inspired by painting, reading and crafting, the homeowner wanted her office area to face the yard and be flooded with natural light. To keep her work area light and bright, a contemporary desk was added in front of the window. The wasted space beneath the slope of the ceiling was put to good use as display space for massive photography of the family’s two children.
This living room features a blend of traditional decor with modern touches, including the multicolored artwork hanging above the sofa. Two U-back armchairs are positioned in front of the fireplace, while orange striped curtains and a red velvet ottoman add pops of color.
Red Living Room With Navy Sofa and Wallpaper-Lined Built-Ins
Imagine curling up on this inviting navy-blue nailhead-trim sofa or in one of the red-striped club chairs and watching the light from the stained-glass window play on the red walls of this comfy living room.
Stainless Steel Appliances in Transitional Kitchen
For modern-day efficiency, outdated appliances were replaced with digital, stainless steel models. Although the appliances are silver, they pair well with the brass accents throughout the transitional kitchen and complement the red cabinetry.
Under-Cabinet Electronic Device Command Center in Transitional Kitchen
Teeming with outlets, lights and electronic cradles, this under-cabinet electronic device command center is also equipped with speakers that allow you to listen to your favorite music, watch tutorials or stream your favorite TV shows while prepping meals in the kitchen.
Painted wood paneling warms up the small open plan kitchen that opens onto this cheerful seating area. A high ceiling and clerestory windows add to the room's airy mood; red chairs and a sofa wake up the palette with bold pops of color.
Boy's Red and White LEGO-Themed Bedroom With Play Table
This boy's red and white bedroom was designed to match his love of LEGO bricks. It includes a red and white striped area rug with matching cornice, a white window seat with cabinet storage, a clear acrylic play table, a blue and white striped bed with custom pillows, and a creative bundle hanglamp pendant light that looks a group of light bulbs suspended from red strings.
Vermilion-colored walls paired with teal bedding add a bright punch in a windowless corner of this bunk room, perfect for sleepovers. Built-in drawers below the lower bunks create spots to tuck away clothes.
Transitional Bathroom Adds Character Through Bold Patterns and Color.
This bathroom is drenched in soothing shades of cream, white and brown, interrupted by a red vanity that adds a shot of bold color to the space. A footstool with actual feet next to the tub adds even more character.
A bright red boy's bathroom becomes an imaginative art gallery with a mix of original children's pictures, prints and even toys. Change out the artwork with new and favorite pieces to keep the display fresh and fun.