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What exactly is a transitional style of decorating a dining room?
I will first explain to you for all those who have never heard of the transitional design or style.
It is actually a style of decoration that consists of two styles within one room. In this style, you are allowed to fit two different. But still compositionally harmonious styles into one room, without even noticing.
Even in this style and in every next one that we will describe. Or you will see it on the net or with friends in the house. Always stick to our golden rule. You see, even in this style, you have two different designs. But in spite of everything, because of these small details. On the chandelier or on the pillows, these colors make up one composition.
It is very important and you are allowed to always have two styles in one of the rooms in your home. Because if one style has something interesting but the rest of that style does not suit you due to certain detail, then another style complements it all.
The transition style includes some of the following:
- Neutral colors, such as creams, taupes, grays and black;
- Simple focuses, such as a focus wall;
- Sophisticated feel;
- It can be upscale but does not necessarily have to be in order to be considered transitional decor.
The transitional style is a marriage of traditional and contemporary furniture, finishes, materials, and fabrics equating to a classic, timeless design. Furniture lines are simple yet sophisticated, featuring either straight lines or rounded profiles.
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