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Synthesis Design Inc.
Knopp Scott Residence
Wood transition to tile in kitchen
wood to tile transition
Transition tile- hardwood
Smooth transition...No floor transition...floor transition
HP Rovinelli Architects
Looks like a bigger transition
floor transition...not want
Floor transitions...Flooring transition
Valerie DeRoy Interiors, LLC
Transitional style - tone on tone
I like this transitional syle decor
The transitional look won't necessarily suit color junkies. Warm neutrals rule: cream, taupe, tan, khaki, gray, with the occasional hint of chocolate or espresso
pattern and texture play a role, the architectural nature of the vertical lines of these drapery enhance the transitional living space.
Style Secret: Tone-on-Tone PalettesThe transitional look won't necessarily suit color junkies. Warm neutrals rule: cream, taupe, tan, khaki, gray, with the occasional
These calm hues are especially good choices for transitional style.
The Taunton Press, Inc
Deck Ideas that Work!
The deck provides a stepped transition to the garden.
I like the transition from the house to the deck to the patio to the yard
love transition from deck to patio
on a sloping site, or when you want to make a graceful transition between inside and outside with a few feet of height between the two. In this example, a small deck area with a broad flight of steps to the patio allows for that gradual transition.
patio or garden, a small deck provides a transitional space between a house's architecture and the yard. Leave enough room for an Adirondack chair or two so that you can lounge a few feet above the rest of the yard and enjoy the view.
detail in making a seamless transition. To treat the entire space, inside and outside, as one continuous room, make sure there is no threshold and, when possible, that the flooring material used inside is carried to the outside. An excellent way of doing these types of transitions is with a lift-slide glass
Use same materials (i.e. here slate tiles and wooden ceiling) to seamlessly transition from inside to outside. Nice mix of traditional (but not too curvy) armchair mixed with more modern style chairs
much of the weight. The result is lightness and a seamless transition from the living room to the terrace.
Other than aligning floor heights, the style and type of threshold at the door bottom is a critical detail in making a seamless transition. To treat the entire space, inside and outside, as one
Stone Canyon Rd.
Transitional" is a straightforward word for a style that's anything but. Many homes fit into this category — with elements of modern, traditional and everything in between — without our even realizing it. Not sure what style you want? Transitional could be a great place to start
I guess I am 'transitional" 'cause I love the 'plop-able' feel of this room!
"Transitional" is a straightforward word for a style that's anything but. Many homes fit into this category — with elements of modern, traditional and everything in between — without our even realizing it. Not sure what style you want? Transitional could be a great place to start. Browse transitional
Wood and Color Kitchen
transition of tile to wood flooring from kitchen
Like the colors and transition from tile to wood flooring
wood floor/tile transition; granite matches tile, cabinet color... perfection
I like the transition between the tile and the wood!
The color transition looks smooth ...
curved tile transition
door window treatment, transition flooring
Wood tile transition
tile transition...Floor transition
Modern English Countryside
finish corner --transition from kitchen to dining
transitional tip: natural flow w/repeating colors and materials
cabinet island. That way you don't have to worry about the transition between shaped legs intersecting with square panels. Tip: In order to fit that drawer in, the top flat section of the leg is extended down a bit, allowing for a good transition between cabinet and leg.
Transitional tip: Make sure your space has a natural flow by repeating colors and materials from one room to another. Use wall paint in the same tone and fabrics in similar colors and varying textures.