Transitional Interior Design Style
My client was the second owner of her home and wanted a complete interior design re-do to make it her own. The kitchen backsplash tile, granite countertops, and cabinets were to remain and I carefully considered those finishes to determine a good neutral color for walls and trim to be used throughout as well as carpeting for stairway and the second floor private areas.
The open plan is made distinct by two architectural alcoves painted peacock plume green and accented with decorative wall mirrors. I selected two transitional sofas to define the living room and paired them with an oversized ottoman for a cozy conversation area using a large scale pattern to mix a contemporary styling into the living room. Bracketing one end of the seating group is an antique table previously hidden in a far corner of the home, used here as a focal element. Modern pendant lights at the kitchen island, new artwork, decorative table lamps and an accent rug in the living room excites the design. I used a balance of color and textures considering how best to create these elements to complement each other.
For the primary bedroom I replaced the existing carpeting with wood flooring matching the main areas of the home and added an area rug to anchor the furniture. Multiple shades of soft green were used throughout the bedroom design. The tray ceiling was subtly distinguish from the walls. Existing artwork, provided color inspiration for the space and completed the design.