If your décor tastes run somewhere in between a sleek ultramodern look and the classical lines of traditional décor, then maybe what you are looking for is a transitional style. This décor theme ‘transitions’ between the old and the new, blending together the best of both worlds to create your own style that speaks to your unique personality. Sounds right up your alley? Here’s how you can pull it off!
Pick a Neutral Palette
Transitional style tends to follow a neutral, muted colour palette. You can’t go wrong if you choose shades of grey, white, cream, sand or beige. A pared-down, quiet background also sets the stage for incorporating simple elements of classical décor. Artwork and classical furniture can get the attention they deserve against a neutral backdrop.
Traditional furniture in teak, mahogany or oak would fit right into this décor style. Choose fine furniture, with patterns and lines that will never go out of style, and will not look out of place in a modern context. With the right mix of materials and textures, classic can meet contemporary, toning down the heaviness of traditional décor with the light airiness of new-age styling.
Choose Colourful Accents