287,827 Transitional Home Design Photos

Levy Art & Architecture
1 Review
Laidley Street Residence
Ideabooks4,215
Questions6
Below-grade transitions (light wells) Taking the previous idea one step further, this project proves that even the most private of spaces can benefit from the blurring of interior and exterior space and vertical site development. Here we see an outdoor shower area
Below-Grade Transitions (Light Wells)Taking the previous idea one step further, this project proves that even the most private of spaces can benefit from the blurring of interior and exterior space and vertical site development. Here we see an outdoor shower area adjacent to the bathroom. The architect
Below-grade transitions (light wells)Taking the previous idea one step further, this project proves that even the most private of spaces can benefit from the blurring of
“Master bath wood niche” — 1000oaks
Judith Taylor Designs
8 Reviews
Beaches residence family room
Ideabooks8,242
Questions9
If Your Style Is Transitional and You Have Competing NeedsTransitional rooms are neither too traditional nor too modern. If you prefer clean lines in furniture but still enjoy traditional molding, this is a good fit for you.When you have competing needs, create a room that is multipurpose. Sometimes
used as much for watching television as for entertaining friends and family on special occasions. Take some cues from this terrific example of transitional style. Relax it: Accessorize to suit your needs. Select hard-wearing leather and neutrals for your main upholstered pieces, with clean lines. Keep
“Lr” — cuddleswoods
Modern Dining Room
Ideabooks5,769
Questions3
I like the concrete transition from inside to outside....the color is a typical grey concrete
Transition between interior and exterior concrete. Also, like the matte effect.
silicone-based penetrating sealers can be used to avoid the wet look. We can see here how concrete is a good flooring material for indoor-outdoor transitions.
“mid grey” — jessedots
Inspired Interiors
22 Reviews
Modern English Countryside
Ideabooks14,396
Questions17
finish corner --transition from kitchen to dining
transitional tip: natural flow w/repeating colors and materials
cabinet island. That way you don't have to worry about the transition between shaped legs intersecting with square panels. Tip: In order to fit that drawer in, the top flat section of the leg is extended down a bit, allowing for a good transition between cabinet and leg.
Transitional tip: Make sure your space has a natural flow by repeating colors and materials from one room to another. Use wall paint in the same tone and fabrics in similar colors and varying textures.
“Shades” — Jenna Carr
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
8 Reviews
Atherton Estate
Ideabooks12,923
Questions13
Can I please use this photo for a blog post I'm writing about floor transitions? I'm happy to provide credit and a link.
How did you transition so smoothly from the tile to the hardwood?
tile transition between woods and tile
Transition from wood to tile (2 color neutral color tile, perhaps too much border) notice mesh of color darks from tile to lights of dark wood
“Flooring” — rbchoate
Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
Den
Ideabooks23,992
Questions18
5. Transitional. The acrylic coffee table is one of the contemporary elements in this transitional room.
4. Flank the desk with open shelves or built-ins. Built-in shelves are a great way to softy transition a kitchen desk into the family room or sitting room.
Transition concepr
“Color” — Melanie Davis
LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
Ideabooks1,243
Questions1
of a sunlit window. The bench underneath the window is heated concrete. The simple design puts an emphasis on the view and creates a more blurred transition between the indoors and the outdoors
of a sunlit window. The bench underneath the window is heated concrete. The simple design puts an emphasis on the view and creates a more blurred transition between the indoors and the outdoors. More Houzz Tours:Hey, Where's the Furniture?Mobile, Modern FarmhouseScandinavian Style with a TwistDIY Glitz
of a sunlit window. The bench underneath the window is heated concrete. The simple design puts an emphasis on the view and creates a more blurred transition between the indoors and the outdoors. What is your favourite part of this home? Let us know in the Comments section.
“If you like concrete but are unsure about having it throughout your house, you could try it in limit” — sueinthegarden
Fluid Dynamics Pool and Spa Inc.
2 Reviews
Traditional Pool with Fireplace
Ideabooks25,325
Questions5
Complicated, but nice transitions. Could provide better sun exposure, spa integration and water feature ideas. *** could also potentially make it look like a water feature pours into
pool allow the homeowner to create new spaces and elevated living areas.Tip: Keep transitions in mind, both in your material selections and elevation changes. Each transition is a separation, so try to keep the transitions as minimal as possible.
“love it” — Dale Palmer
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