2,923 Transitional Modern Home Design Photos

Luxe Interior International
Morden Road Mews
Ideabooks5,655
Questions0
As seen here, walls don’t need to be full height to make great transition spaces. These low walls hold back the grade on the site and provide ample
and their terraced design makes for a diverse experience in this outdoor transition space. Site walls such as this can help us to utilize the full vertical
WallsAs seen here, walls don’t need to be full height to make great transition spaces. These low walls hold back the grade on the site and provide ample
and their terraced design makes for a diverse experience in this outdoor transition space. Site walls such as this can help us to utilize the full vertical
and their terraced design makes for a diverse experience in this outdoor transition space. Site walls such as this can help us to utilise the full vertical
“Seats” — ekno
Make Architecture
4 Reviews
Dwane
Ideabooks1,665
Questions6
What is the wood-tile transition?
floor/tile transition...tile transition...tile wood transition...Floor transition...flooring- don't want transition...transition from...flooring transition
“lift up doors on bottom” — Brown & Brown Design and Contracting Ltd.
SchappacherWhite Architecture D.P.C.
9 Reviews
Wallace K. Harrison Estate
Ideabooks10,668
Questions16
What kind of. Svhluter did you use for the hardwood to the tiles transition. Did the hardwood expand
There is a flush metal transition strip between materials. We used engineered walnut flooring.
Transition from hardwood to tiles...Tile and wood transition...No transition piece...transition to wood floor...Wood tile transition...Slate & Wood Transition Example...Tile bamboo transition
“Bordure brune large” — juetteri
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LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
Ideabooks1,416
Questions1
simple design puts an emphasis on the view and creates a more blurred transition between the indoors and the outdoors
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
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
concrete. The simple design puts an emphasis on the view and blurs the transition between the indoors and outdoors.
“Bath” — 5tara5
LASC Studio
Summerhouse Skåne
Ideabooks4,327
Questions4
The blue and orange are used mainly in transitional spaces, and seem to peek out and then disappear again as you walk through the house.
Le bleu et l'orange sont principalement utilisés dans les espaces de transition. Ils semblent ainsi apparaître et disparaître lorsque l’on se déplace
The blue and orange are used mainly in transitional spaces, such as hallways, and seem to peek out and then disappear again
“simplicity” — jackholloway
Field Architecture
1 Review
Woodview Terrace
Ideabooks1,251
Questions4
transition from wood to tile looks okay here
hardwood to tile floor transition...floor transitions...Floor transition...tile transition to tile...to hardwood looking tile transition....tile to wood transition...transition from tile
“Bamboo n tiles” — thegang
yamamar design
Dolores Park House
Ideabooks1,276
Questions3
Floorboards and transition to kitchen flooring
Ugly floor transition...Floor transition not bad...tile/hardwood transition...tile transition
“Table? Chairs?” — nancymichel
Phil Kean Design Group
18 Reviews
NeMo (New Modern)
Ideabooks6,595
Questions4
ideas for new living room with transitions for kitchen and entry
Floor transition...Tile & Hardwood transition......Wood to tile transition
“ideas for new living room with transitions for kitchen and entry” — Diane Young
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