Published at Wednesday, July 25th 2018, 19:36:41 PM by Chalina Fuentes. Sofa. A loveseat can be good for smaller spaces, as they often look like sofas but take up less space. They also work well as complimentary pieces to sofas. Having a small loveseat that matches your standard sofa is a great way to increase seating and have a snappy and coherent design.
Published at Wednesday, May 09th 2018, 07:02:25 AM by Gracia Castellano. Living Room. Bold pattern in a living room. While traditional rooms have a reputation for being calm and relaxing, they do like to have a little fun by way of patterns. Plaids, toiles, stripes, and florals are all perfectly at home - especially large scale versions of these patterns, as featured in this room from So Cal Contractors. Geometrics and animal prints can also be incorporated, but use them sparingly as they can throw off the vibe and take the style in a different direction.
Published at Thursday, July 19th 2018, 07:00:14 AM. Living Room By Carmelina Landi. Dramatic window treatments. To really bring home the traditional style, make sure to include dramatic floor-to-ceiling window treatments like the ones in this room decorated by Salvesen Graham. They can be pleated or not, have valances or not, and use tiebacks or not - but make sure they go all the way from the floor to the ceiling in order to get the full effect.
Published at Thursday, July 19th 2018, 06:36:07 AM. Living Room By Alisanne Rousseau. Antique living room, while some say that the majority of floral fabrics went out with the 80s, fans of this old-world style know that they’ll always have a place in traditional rooms. When combined with other traditional items like Chinoiserie antiques and large scale gilt mirrors, floral fabrics can truly shine, as evidenced in this classic living room by J. Stephens Interiors.
Published at Wednesday, July 18th 2018, 18:24:43 PM. Living Room By Allegra Ossani. Yellow and green living room, One of the trademarks of traditional design is (what some people consider to be) fussy details. These details are represented in this room by Gray Walker Interiors by the ruffled decoration at the top of the window treatments and the fringe at the bottom of the arm chairs. When used in moderation these types of embellishments add just the right amount of ornamentation. When it comes to traditional rooms a little fuss never hurt anyone!
Published at Wednesday, July 18th 2018, 06:53:54 AM. Living Room By Chalina Fuentes. Dramatic window treatments. To really bring home the traditional style, make sure to include dramatic floor-to-ceiling window treatments like the ones in this room decorated by Salvesen Graham. They can be pleated or not, have valances or not, and use tiebacks or not - but make sure they go all the way from the floor to the ceiling in order to get the full effect.
Published at Wednesday, July 18th 2018, 05:16:12 AM. Living Room By Adaliz Moreau. Seafoam green living room. Color is not uncommon in traditional living rooms, but as a general rule the colors are somewhat muted and don´t make a show of themselves, as demonstrated in this room by Walish & Stambaugh.
Published at Tuesday, July 17th 2018, 20:03:42 PM. Living Room By Delfina Stavros. New traditional living room. "New Traditional" is a style that has evolved out of classic traditional style rooms. Many of the rules still apply, but everything is just a little bit sleeker. Furniture is slightly more contemporary, window treatments are cleaner and free of pleats or frills, and fabrics are largely solid and neutral. For people who like the idea of traditional living rooms but want something a little more current, a new traditional room like this one designed by Highgate House is the way to go.
Published at Tuesday, July 17th 2018, 09:11:49 AM. Living Room By Arlene Ivers. Minimize technology, A common design dilemma in traditional rooms is how to incorporate modern technology like televisions. In this case the TV was placed above the fireplace in order to create a column effect and streamline the focal point, thus minimizing the impact of the television. In traditional spaces the more you can hide technology the better.