By now everyone has heard of transitional interiors, right? If not, you surely have seen them. Transitional interiors mix components of many different interior styles and the designer of this family home has done it right.
Having designed several homes over the years, I have noticed that the majority of my online interior design services clients are not only preferring transitional interiors with a neutral colour palette, but also a home that offers an open concept. Open concept homes are perfect for family living and this home shows that it’s possible to have an open concept that offers an easy flow from room to room.
This is an ideal home if you love interiors that are soothing and quiet yet have character. In fact, this home not only offers inspiring transitional interiors; the backyard is an oasis on its own, with a pool, patio with fireplace and even an outdoor kitchen.
A front porch is always a plus, right? I love the simple and comfy outdoor chairs with the oversized striped pillows.
White home exteriors can look classic to transitional like the one above. The exterior of this home features white plank siding, whitewashed stone and charcoal gray front door.
Notice the gray planters as well.
Have you ever wondered where to place your house number? How about below the garage lighting? Love this idea!
This home offers a classic two-story foyer with Dutch doors and custom sidelights, wide plank hardwood floors and plenty of wall and ceiling millwork.
Arches always add class to any interior style. Notice the stunning staircase and the wood paneling.
Long rooms can be very challenging when decorating. I often recommend to divide the space into two distinctive seating areas to create a better flow with the furniture layout.
This kitchen is fabulous! Crisp white cabinets play beautifully against the dark stained hardwood floors and the gray quartz countertop on the island. Also, notice the white kitchen stools upholstered in a blue and white fabric. Nice subtle touch of color!
The backsplash used in this kitchen was a mix of white marble slab and carrara marble tiles set in an herringbone pattern above the range.
A hallway nook gets some attention with a small console table and beautiful art strategically hung to give height to this space.
The color palette used in the master bedroom is impeccable.
This relaxing bathroom offers an inspiring layout.
What are we waiting for? Let’s start dreaming!