481 mix and match Traditional Hall Design Photos

Elizabeth Dinkel
1 Review
Brentwood Regency Estate
Mixing and matching linear and arched doorways gives a space a New Traditional look with
mix of arch an angular
“Soft plus mango” — wonderlaur
Point One Architects
4 Reviews
Love that the trim around the doors are dark and not white to match all the other trims
Mix of stained door and chair rail paneling ( the look in this photo is made formal
Mix and match oak trim with white trim
“doors and floors” — mkbutze
Alder and Tweed
3 Reviews
Montage Deer Valley
White trim mixed with wood trim
Pas folle du mix cadrages et plancher
How to mix white and wood trim...mixed trim colors...Mixed trim...Mixed wood...White and stain trim mixed...Mixing white and wood trim...White and wood trims mixed...Mixed trim.....hmmmm
“Kitchen wall by deck doors” — ptnor
Northern Virginia Design Firm
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Kristin Petro Interiors, Inc.
35 Reviews
New Construction
It looks like a mixed width oak floor that was prefinished (bevels).
make this happen, If you have hardwood floors it might be a good idea to match the species to keep the consistency of the style Jim Harris
Cherry floors and matching staircase accents
wallpaper along stairs and opposite wall painted in matching colour
Like the mix of simple traditional colors.
“Hallway lighting” — sgladden
Emerick Architects
8 Reviews
the dining room matching floor. Also, wood floor, dark wood table, no rug
mixing wood....non matched floor trim...mix of stain color
“Different wood tones in one space” — 13woodhaven
Kemp Hall Studio
24 Reviews
It was a custom mix and it took a lot of trial and error. Just start playing with it and add
Floor stain, match lower trim with drawers on right, sconces
What is mixed with the ebony?
“Hallway” — Lisa Bussanich
Ben Herzog
10 Reviews
Park Slope Brownstone
similar to your floors. and shows non-matching wall
example of similar tidnish floor with smoother wall that doesn't match
Horizontal paneling against distressed flooring - great mix of old and new
“Scraped walnut” — Karen Dorger
Traditional Hall
beautiful. kind of difficult to install. Cons- It would be difficult to match your furniture and wall color with. This would look nice in a kitchen, dining
Flooring: Pros- they are very beautiful Cons- These floors are a headache to match your walls with. They also need alot of maitmence because theycan crack and
“floor” — Rasha Mhmd
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