83 tricks Transitional Home Design Photos

Rachel Reider Interiors
5 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks7,232
Questions8
very long bench does the trick. It’s the hinge that unites two seating areas.
bench a good idea, colours also unite the two areas Sometimes all a room needs is one striking statement. Here a zebra print covering a very long bench does the trick. It’s the hinge that unites
bench does the trick. It’s the hinge that unites two seating areas.
Take a walk on the wild side. Sometimes all a room needs is one striking statement. Here a zebra print covering a very long bench does the trick. It’s the hinge
Take a walk on the wild side. Sometimes all a room needs is one striking statement. Here a zebra print covering a very long bench does the trick. It’s the hinge that unites two seating areas.
“like the lush purple and zzebra print” — princess1612
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
8 Reviews
Hillgrove Project
Ideabooks14,165
Questions15
Interesting trick to incorporate smaller paintings without creating an entire gallery wall.
9. Hang artwork on your shelves. A favorite of decorators, this simple trick can make a room feel more sophisticated in an instant. A small painting allows you to still access the books around it.
9. Hang artwork on your shelvesA favourite of decorators, this simple trick can make a room feel more sophisticated in an instant. A small painting allows you to access the books around it easily.
“Built ins” — lalymommy
Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Gagnon Residence
Ideabooks464
Questions2
irregular area rug - design trick to make space feel larger
mimicking the hall’s entryway arch help make the compact living room feel airy. The irregular shape of the area rug is another one of Gagnon’s designer tricks to make the space feel larger.Sofa: Four Seasons; throw pillows: Pine Cone Hill; area rug: cowhide, The Blue Moon Trading Company; Edward ottoman,
“that ottaman” — bmoverholt
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Choy 2 Residence
Ideabooks5,381
Questions7
Use smoke and mirrors. Well, in this case, really just a honkin' big mirror that will trick the eye into thinking the room is larger and more open -- REALLY MAKES IT LOOK BIGGER & EMPHASIZES BRIGHT
Use smoke and mirrors. Well, in this case, really just a honkin' big mirror that will trick the eye into thinking the room is larger and more open.
Use smoke and mirrors. Well, in this case, really just a honkin' big mirror that will trick the eye into thinking the room is larger and more open.
“Mirror” — Meg Lavin
Elizabeth Gordon
Hollywood Residence
Ideabooks33,163
Questions29
this can actually make your ceiling look higher in a way plain old white never could. The trick is to use moulding to ‘contain’ the design and to paint the edges of the ceiling the same colour as the walls. This tricks the eye into thinking the walls are taller than they are – perfect for improving the
“ceiling” — charuparora
Terrat Elms Interior Design
5 Reviews
This Old House - Cambridge
Ideabooks1,310
Questions2
was, generally speaking, a hot mess. There’s a harmony between rooms — why does it all flow so well? A great architect knows how to employ unifying tricks. In this home Southern pine appears here and there — behind bookshelves, on a range hood, up a staircase rail — uniting the entire house and creating
“cabinets” — belnin
Shirley Meisels
4 Reviews
Regal Heights
Ideabooks789
Questions2
ceilings dictated some of the furniture layout in the third-floor master suite, and also make things cozy. Tip: For easy mixing, go monochromatic. "The trick is not to fuss about matching," Meisels advises. "Creams and white, grays and beige ... being a bit off is a good thing." She also recommends varying
ceilings dictated some of the furniture layout in the third-floor master suite, and also make things cozy.Tip: For easy mixing, go monochromatic. "The trick is not to fuss about matching," Meisels advises. "Creams and white, grays and beige ... being a bit off is a good thing." She also recommends varying
“Wall paper” — sewing99
Modern Bathroom
Ideabooks220K
Questions80
The iridescence of a tile like this is beautiful. Using mirrors to create the illusion of space is always a winning idea too. It's one of the oldest tricks in the book, but there's a reason for that.
The iridescence of a tile like this is beautiful. Using mirrors to create the illusion of space is always a winning idea too. It's one of the oldest tricks in the book, but there's a reason for that.
“bath” — lisachicag
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