Home With Elegant Transitional Style

High ceilings, an open floor plan and lots of natural light define this home. Understated furnishings and eye-catching light fixtures give it a style all its own.

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April 12, 2017
From: Amy Lutz

Photo By: Amy Lutz

Photo By: Amy Lutz

Photo By: Amy Lutz

Photo By: Amy Lutz

Photo By: Amy Lutz

Photo By: Amy Lutz

Photo By: Amy Lutz

Photo By: Amy Lutz

Neutral Transitional Living Room With Patterned Pillows

This living room offers up sweeping views into the impressive kitchen. The neutral palette in both rooms stays fresh with an interesting mix of patterns and textures.

White Traditional Kitchen With Exposed Beams

The stately stylings of this expansive kitchen mean meals around the island feel as grand as in many homes' dining rooms. Metal, lantern-like pendants and exposed wood beams give a hint of rustic charm to the otherwise white space.

Gray and White Transitional Bedroom With Upholstered Bed

One way to add even more visual height to a room: Hang curtains several inches above the top of the window, as seen in this elegant bedroom.

Blue Transitional Home Office With Leather Sofa

In this handsome home office, gray blue walls become a sophisticated backdrop for brown leather, wood and golden accents.

Blue Transitional Home Office With Wood Desk

A huge picture window fills one wall of this home office, opening the room up to sweeping landscape views. The interior is a muted blue gray that's restful and cozy.

Gray Traditional Spa Bathroom With Chandelier

Now here's a bathroom with serious pampering possibilities: a grand soaking tub, marble and glass walk-in shower and so much space!

Gray Traditional Spa Bathroom With Curtains

With its high ceiling and luxurious touches like the drapes and chandelier, this bathroom feels more like an elegant art museum. Floors with a subtle herringbone pattern add dimension underfoot.

Soaking Tub and Window

A tub with a view! And when more privacy is needed, draw the drapes and turn on the chandelier.

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