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Kerrie Kelly Design Lab added this to
A wooden ceiling, that provides the interest in this room’s composition blends traditional tiles and furniture with a modern flair.Tip: Conceal clutter in baskets to provide texture and a clean, consistent look.
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Use one tile but change the pattern. Square tile set in a straight pattern covers most of this backsplash. A simple feature was created with the same tile turned on the diagonal.
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8. A touch of embellishment. Part of what separates transitional kitchens from contemporary ones is that they allow for just a hint of decorative ornamentation. Millwork, corbels, windows, furnishings and more bridge the gap between fancy and plain. Don’t go overboard, though, or the look will read as more traditional than you intend.In this series: How to Remodel Your KitchenFind Your Kitchen Style
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Transitional is in-between tradition and contemporary. So transitional has some decorative elements, but not too much, which would be traditional.
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imagine this as a table w/2 chairs on either side. maybe inset on the end for dog bowls w/bins above for food, etc.
Deborah Kates added this to
I love the ceiling, the colors, the warm and cozy vibe. The upper skylight window adds a lot for me.