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Transitional

CONTEMPORARY MEETS CLASSIC

The transitional style is characterized by a blend of contemporary and traditional style cues. The materials, elements, and colors equate to a classic, timeless design that will make your home feel warm and inviting.

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The Puget Sound's Signature Look.

Transitional is the most popular style in the Pacific Northwest. One of the first impressions that you’ll get when walking into a home decorated in the transitional style is that it feels very sunny and warm, open and inviting.

There is a classic, timeless feel to modern homes decorated in the transitional style.

When it comes to color, transitional style often plays it down. The idea is to create a warm, clean, and serene atmosphere. Many homeowners will add dark colors to add depth to the neutral balance created by the various tan, vanilla, and taupe colors that comprise the accents of the living space.

Accessories are often kept to a minimum in transitional designs. Small groupings of various neutral-colored knick-knacks such as small black-and-white photo frames, oval wooden trays, or silver candleholders are all present in this popular design style.

The key to decorating is to make everything feel light and breezy – a space that beckons both you and your houses guests to kick off your shoes and soak up the comfort. A home that welcomes you the second you walk through the threshold of the front door.

 

When decorating in this style, furniture creates a seamless blend of curves and straight lines that complement the chosen color palette.  Both masculine and feminine attributes are kept in balance.

Furniture size is ample, inviting, and warm, but not intimidating. Couches, sofas, and loveseats not only look like comfortable, but feel like it as well. 

Ornamentation is minimized, lest it detract and distract from the sophistication and simplicity of the design. Since transitional style often downplays color, textures really pop. Corduroy, Ultrasuede, nubby chenille, and supple leathers add an interesting juxtaposition to the lack of color throughout any room.

The beauty of decorating the interior of your house in a transitional style is that you can go mild or go wild. Custom cabinets and millwork crafted in the transitional style will serve to compliment the rest of the interior design.

How can we help you build your perfect home?

At Encore Cabinets and Millwork, our experts can help with any style or design questions you might have.  If you’re interested in the transitional style or would like to get an expert second opinion, feel free to call or contact us.

 

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We specialize in custom cabinet and millwork and have the ability to bring to life anything our customers desire. Don’t take our word for it –  explore our gallery of past and current jobs, and you’ll see firsthand why Encore is the best and most trusted choice for custom cabinets, doors, and millwork across the Puget Sound and throughout Washington.

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