1,561,392 TRADITIONAL Home Design Photos

Kathleen Burke Design
8 Reviews
Kathleen Burke Design
Ideabooks6,285
Questions9
Traditional elements with a contemporary feel. Blinds, chair upholstery.
Start traditionally English and layer in items from around the former empire's domain. This room starts with a traditional English base of heavy Chippendale dining chairs, then brings in the island influence with light
Textures and materials can really define tone and personality. Here, unabashedly traditional chairs, china and crystal get an infusion of casual livability from the rattan shade.
“Buffet” — mmrietman
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My Houzz: Colorful eclectic style in a traditional New Orleans home
Ideabooks4,271
Questions5
My Houzz: Colorful eclectic style in a traditional New Orleans home
Eclectic style in a traditional home.
pops of bright green and red in traditional interior; super shiny wood floors
Traditional rug in an untraditional way
Traditional carpet with green couch. Gold framed
Something about how traditional but fresh it is
bold art and furniture that's mostly from local artists and designers. The Krewe of Muses, an all-female group in the annual Mardi Gras parade, traditionally throws personalized high heels into the crowds of onlookers. A few of these colorful keepsakes jazz up the mantel on one of the home's three fireplaces
“mantel” — hhaannaa123
Polhemus Savery DaSilva
9 Reviews
Fools Paradise
Ideabooks2,170
Questions3
Chaise by Mainly Baskets While this home is a traditional Cape Cod, its interior design is quite modern. This wicker chaise incorporates a sense of tradition, creating continuity with the home’s exterior. Design detail: This piece was made using traditional wicker techniques dating back a hundred years
Chaise by Mainly BasketsWhile this home is a traditional Cape Cod, its interior design is quite modern. This wicker chaise incorporates a sense of tradition, creating continuity with the home’s exterior.Design detail: This piece was made using traditional wicker techniques dating back a hundred years
“This color of our bedroom.” — angiebzs
DME Construction
12 Reviews
Clyde Hill Estate
Ideabooks3,200
Questions8
or w/ traditional décor for crisp simlicity
Brushing For a no-fuss fit in a gracious room, hang drapes to just brush the floor. This length is often used in modern homes where crisp simplicity is preferred, but it also complements traditional decor
preferred, but it also complements traditional decor.
Drapes 3. Brushing For a no-fuss fit in a gracious room, hang drapes to just brush the floor. This length is often used in modern homes where crisp simplicity is preferred, but it also complements traditional decor. This can be a tricky
room, hang drapes to just brush the floor. This length is often used in modern homes where crisp simplicity is preferred, but it also complements traditional decor. This can be a tricky length to master, however, because any inconsistencies in floor and ceiling (more common than you might think) will
“Shows the top too short better to cover some glass and get it right” — Langguth Design Ltd.
Heather Scott Home & Design
2 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks13,288
Questions18
I like the updated traditional feel of this space - symmetry is everywhere
Traditional Contemporary
updated pillows with traditional
my pillows. clean traditional
Sconces can be a beautiful, unique touch to spice up the traditional living room and add light where you need it. Just make sure that the sconces are hung 60 inches from the floor and at least 6 feet apart from each other.
“sconces, drapery” — designdumspter
Sylvia Martin
1 Review
Sylvia Martin
Ideabooks23,041
Questions22
Elegant traditional/ Victorian bath. Built-In storage
Traditional. A traditional trap is looking mighty fine on display beneath console sink. The utilitarian look is a great contrast with the rest of the high-end, somewhat
Carrera marble subway tiles are an elegant alternative to traditional white. All the elements – wall tiles with chair rail, console sink, marble basketweave tiles on the floor and the snazzy Venetian mirror – give this
“Detail in tiling” — Holy HG
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
Ideabooks6,459
Questions4
Embrace the wintertime traditions of Nordic countries with your very own sauna at home. Saunas don’t need to eat up too much space, and having one installed may cost less than you think.
A sauna. Live somewhere cold or just love a good sweat? Embrace the wintertime traditions of Nordic countries with
Embrace the wintertime traditions of Nordic countries with your very own sauna at home. Saunas don’t need to eat up too much space, and having one installed may cost less than you think.
5. A saunaLive somewhere cold or just love a good sweat? Embrace the wintertime traditions of Nordic countries with
4. Choose your heat source. Essentially, saunas heat the body in two ways. A traditional wet-dry sauna uses an electric or wood-burning heat source with stones to raise the air temperature to a point between 160 and 190 degrees Fahrenheit
“barn wood, sauna” — William Woodruff
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
29th Interior
Ideabooks2,993
Questions10
also works in modern settings. If your style is traditional: Go with something like hickory. "It mixes lighter and darker pieces, and it’s more like a traditional cabin feel," Zheng says. Also, boards with knots and wider planks fit a more traditional style. Of course, designers do incredibly creative
that also works in modern settings.If your style is traditional: Go with something like hickory. "It mixes lighter and darker pieces, and it’s more like a traditional cabin feel," Zheng says. Also, boards with knots and wider planks fit a more traditional style.Of course, designers do incredibly creative
“pattern” — iamone23
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