40,977 Transitional Living Design Photos

Arthur Dyson Architects
7 Reviews
Kelly Residence
Ideabooks3,504
Questions4
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tile to wood transition on stairs
transition from stone, carpet, wood with level changes
great room floor transition
Tile pattern, transition
Grey tile/transition to wood.
Flooring transition...Transition flooring
“gray slate tile” — rrfk
Intercub Interiors
loft
Ideabooks4,119
Questions4
Wood to tile transition
transition of floors
Harwood transitioning to tile.
Floor transition for bar area
Floor transition to kitchen
floor transition
“Visually separate bedroom access by different flooring” — sahasativa
frankovitchjm
Sitting Room Pittsburgh
Ideabooks2,921
Questions2
Tile looking like hardwood transition to hardwood
floors - all transition with stairs though....
Transition of two different wood floors
Transition of two wood floors
Flooring transition
“floors” — mrastigue81
David Scott Interiors
1 Review
Central Park West Tower
Ideabooks1,557
Questions6
Red transitional light. Technically a sconce, this red light defines this space as transitional — a style between traditional and contemporary. If you are putting together a space and are stumped by how
Red transitional light. Technically a sconce, this red light defines this space as transitional — a style between traditional and contemporary. If you are putting together a space and are stumped by how to jazz up your neutral palette, try a punch of red. It works every time.
“Black wall” — edmedlock
Malcolm Davis Architecture
1 Review
Pelican Residence
Ideabooks1,249
Questions1
connects directly to the outdoor room (behind the fireplace) allowing for outdoor cooking and eating, and the outdoor room mediates the vertical transition to the rooftop deck. The simple addition of one changeable wall lends great architectural diversity to the plan.
space at the top of the image shares a connection to the room as well, and the pivoting-shutter idea was borrowed for its outside window. In this transition space, thrifty use has been made of simple architectural elements, walls, pivoting doors and an understated ground plane to create a gathering space
connects directly to the outdoor room (behind the fireplace) allowing for outdoor cooking and eating, and the outdoor room mediates the vertical transition to the rooftop deck. The simple addition of one changeable wall lends great architectural diversity to the plan.
“daybed and triangle cushion” — librarian007
Adrienne DeRosa
2 Reviews
Houzz Tour: An Architectural Relic Thrives in the Heartland of Ohio
Ideabooks4,648
Questions5
trees outside the windows, creating a seamless transition from indoors to out.
Vertical. The tall panes of glass and warm wood framing in this Frank Lloyd Wright home echo the vertical lines of the trees outside the windows, creating a seamless transition from indoors to out. A riff on this design would
wood framing echoes vertical lines of trees outside, creating seamless indoor-outdoor transition. Rec'd for high ceilings
panes of glass and warm wood framing in this Frank Lloyd Wright home echo the vertical lines of the trees outside the windows, creating a seamless transition from indoors to out. A riff on this design would work well in a modern living space — especially one with high ceilings.
“chairs” — troshea
Leone Design Studio
1 Review
living room
Ideabooks8,748
Questions15
A redesign can highlight existing features, push them into the background or add new ones. Many of us love both modern and traditional styles. A transitional living room can help you get the best of both worlds. Try keeping your architectural features neutral in color and show off your style through your
stunning living room's architecture pays homage to the past but honors the homeowner's style with the iconic, eclectic furniture choices.More about transitional style
“Colorful rug!” — plap12
Urban Jobe Architecture
Family Room
Ideabooks5,651
Questions8
the cleaning needs of fabrics such as pleated silk and cotton. They are difficult to dust. Pay attention to shade styles. If you have a modern or transitional home, I would go for drum shades. Romantic or traditional homes would be best fitted with tulip or fluted-style lampshades. An eclectic home can
the cleaning needs of fabrics such as pleated silk and cotton. They are difficult to dust.Pay attention to shade styles. If you have a modern or transitional home, I would go for drum shades. Romantic or traditional homes would be best fitted with tulip or fluted-style lampshades. An eclectic home can
cleaning needs of fabrics such as pleated silk and cotton. They are difficult to dust.Pay attention to shade styles. If you have a contemporary or transitional home, I would go for drum shades. Romantic or traditional homes would be best fitted with tulip or fluted-style lampshades. An eclectic home can
“Cabaña” — Lilo Filio
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