1,229 historic Transitional Home Design Photos

CWB Architects
Bergen Street Residence
Ideabooks110K
Questions60
The shade of grey color on the walls. The shade of the yellow bench. The use of contemporary furniture in a historic townhouse.
The row house was built in 1863 and is located in Brooklyn’s historic Boerum Hill neighborhood. The clients are special friends of Brendan's (he and the husband have known each other since childhood). This made the stakes
I love dearly,” he says. “I worked very hard to make this house a home for them." This room is the parlor, where Brendan and Erin preserved the historic details but added modern touches. Note how the mirror reflects light, practically making it an extra window.
You might not think of blue gray as a cozy color, but here it is balanced with soft coral and yellow accents. It works in this room with historical details: dramatic moldings, wonderfully textured ceiling tiles, and an arched ornamental fireplace. Natural light and a greenery view come through
“Color” — Mollie Cole
Orren Pickell Building Group
5 Reviews
Mettawa Residence #4
Ideabooks1,156
Questions2
This home is an amalgamation of historical references, some classical and others vernacular, medieval and modern. The elevation illustrates classical symmetry, balance and massing; the steeply
maybe compromise for historical district in a darker color?
This home is an amalgamation of historical references, some classical and others vernacular, medieval and modern. The elevation illustrates classical symmetry, balance and massing; the steeply pitched roof feels medieval; and the streamlined detail ultimately defines it as modern. Yet the home's setting
“driveway” — alapointe
Rafe Churchill: Traditional Houses
7 Reviews
Brooklyn Townhouse
Ideabooks355
Questions0
dusky pink. These hues, when paired, have a rich, historic feel that works especially well in older homes with original details.
muddied colors that have a bit of brown or gray in them. Think of dirty olive green, mustard or dusky pink. These hues, when paired, have a rich, historic feel that works especially well in older homes with original details.
muddied colors that have a bit of brown or gray in them. Think of dirty olive green, mustard or dusky pink. These hues, when paired, have a rich, historic feel that works especially well in older homes with original details.
muddied colors that have a bit of brown or gray in them. Think of dirty olive green, mustard or dusky pink. These hues, when paired, have a rich, historic feel that works especially well in older homes with original details.
“Colors” — crzwang
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Guest Bedroom
Ideabooks397
Questions1
residential setting, the Clinton Hill brownstone has retained its heritage as a historic home and a space for a community to come together.More: Houzz Tour: New Orleans GlamourHouzz Tour: Edith Wharton's The MountHouzz Tour: Historic Home in Austin, Texas
“curtain” — keala
Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks7,235
Questions8
This historic inn on Nantucket received a major spruce up from interior designer Rachel Reider, that gives our ideas about coastal style some updated twists.
spaces that would serve as an anchor for a cohesive design throughout the hotel. 2. Preserve as many of the hotel’s charming 17th and 18th century historical details as possible while updating the interior to meet the needs and tastes of the modern day traveller. 3. Build upon the existing retro chic branding
“like the lush purple and zzebra print” — princess1612
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Sproule-Rowen
Ideabooks1,348
Questions3
vary their responses to historical context in degrees. One such architect is John Lum, who designed this house and the next two. A third-floor addition looks pared down, as it features the same stucco exterior as the floor below it. The second-story cornice appears to be a historical remnant that is mimicked
“4 color scheme” — pbulliard24
Phillip W Smith General Contractor, Inc.
1 Review
Kitchen
Ideabooks40,858
Questions26
brick can lend a wonderful historic look, warm up a kitchen or make you feel like you’re in an urban loft. On the other hand, you fear you’ll wind up with a stack of greasy, hard-to-clean
“brick wall in kitchen behind oven & decorative vent” — ritapeaster
TerraCotta Properties
6 Reviews
Harvard Historic Home Renovation
Ideabooks3,886
Questions6
really pop and showcases the over-sized dimension of the tile,” says TerraCotta Properties co-founder Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson. 'This whole house is in a historic district, and while the renovation called for adherence to the period style and materials, the slight deviation in tile size, shape and grout color
really pop and showcases the oversized dimension of the tile,” says TerraCotta Properties cofounder Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson. “This whole house is in a historic district, and while the renovation called for adherence to the period style and materials, the slight deviation in tile size, shape and grout color
“Backsplash” — Angela Halloran
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