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Traditional Home Elevated by Architectural Touches

August 05, 2016

Exposed beams, arched doorways and other unique architectural touches give this traditional home lots of character. A neutral palette used throughout shared living spaces creates a welcoming ambiance.

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Photo: Dan Piassick. From: M. Barnes & Co..

Neutral Traditional Living Room With Exposed Beams

It's amazing the softening effect exposed wood beams can have on a room. Here, they friendly up this living room's formal traditional style.

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Photo: Dan Piassick. From: M. Barnes & Co..

Neutral Cottage Family Room With Fireplace

The neutral color scheme of the family room shows off the fascinating architecture including the inset fireplace and exposed wood beams.

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Photo: Dan Piassick. From: M. Barnes & Co..

Window Seat With Drawers

The family room offers up storage galore, courtesy of a long bank of drawers tucked handily beneath the window seat.

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Photo: Dan Piassick. From: M. Barnes & Co..

Neutral Traditional Open Plan Kitchen With Books

Filling the kitchen island bookshelf with a rainbow array of hues is a so-easy way to add a sunny pop of color to the kitchen's neutral palette.

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