Transitional and Beachy. Both are Lovely.
*sigh* Both are indeed lovely. One can be warm and inviting despite the cooler, withdrawn colors – the other comforting yet crisp because of the lighter wood tones incorporated into it. Both were beautifully done, don’t you agree?
So which would you choose?
Let’s make this fun: tell me yours and I’ll tell you mine.
Don’t forget to tell me why…
Transitional Style is described as a marriage of traditional and contemporary furniture, finishes, materials and fabrics. Furniture lines are simple yet sophisticated, featuring either straight lines or rounded profiles. It’s a new take on an old classic and it refers to a blend midway between old world traditional and the world of chrome and glass contemporary. It incorporates lines that are less ornate than traditional designs, but not as basic as contemporary lines. As a result transitional furniture designs are classic, timeless, and clean.
Beachy Style is Coastal, usually cool and crisp, a touch organic, a blend of medium toned wood finishes with similar lines to that of the Transitional style. It is also an inspiring classic with an updated twist where you’ll see blown glass mixed with rustic metals, rope details and sea-inspired prints, fabrics and colors with a faint mix of the traditional. One could say that Beachy and Coastal could fall into Transitional…
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To read about Pillows, visit The Bed
To read about Accessories, visit Drab to Fab
To read about Media Rooms, visit Bonus Room
And if you’re in the San Antonio, Texas area, visit The Design Boutique where you’ll find pillow covers and unique custom designed products that are in stock for local sales only.