Traditional Rug

Updated Traditional Living Room Design

Updated Traditional Living Room Design

This living room pairs a mix of transitional and traditional design elements to get a totally unique look. To get this vibe in your space, start with a classic blue and white color palette and warm it up with rich wood tones.

Mid-Century Uniformity

Mid-Century Uniformity

This Mid-Century Modern living room is the picture of uniformity. With sofas mirrored and chairs evenly spaced, this room boasts eye-pleasing symmetry. Large plants in each corner round out the design and add height and dimension to the room.

Rustic and Refined Eclectic Living room

Rustic and Refined Eclectic Living room

We love the inviting quality of this rustic living room. The welcoming quality of the conversational seating arrangement is amplified by the bevy of electric patterns and textures in the space.

The Right Balance

The Right Balance

A contemporary sofa rests comfortably within a traditional style living rooms thanks to the right accent pillows. Because the pillows utilize a traditional material like velvet but are simplistic in form, they bridge the gap between the sofa and the rest of the decor. Making for a classic feeling space with an approachable edge.

A Touch of Vintage Charm

A Touch of Vintage Charm

Two nailhead style armchairs in an expresso brown leather add additional rustic charm to this traditional-style living room. The chairs' subtle distressing gives them a fun and inviting vintage feel that lets guests know this traditional space is regal and relaxing.

Botanical Bounty

Botanical Bounty

Ornate floral patterns and wall art in subtle hues are scattered delicately throughout this traditional space. Even the traditional rug in light blue and white recalls blossoms and crawling vines, giving the whole space a soft and inviting quality, similar to an English garden.

It's All in the Details Dining Room


It's All in the Details Dining Room

Create a space that's as interesting as it is inviting with traditional style design. Upholstered nailhead trimmed chairs and an ornate rug are refined touches that will capture your eye and heart in this dining room.

Tranquil Traditional Bedroom with Layers of Cozy Comfort

Tranquil Traditional Bedroom with Layers of Cozy Comfort

The layers of comfort in this traditional styled bedroom are so enticing. Not only are there layers upon layers of pillows, but the tufted headboard promises maximum comfort. Perfect for a midday nap.

Ink Walls: Dining Room Design

Ink Walls: Dining Room Design

This traditional dining room is stately but bold and fresh with its ink blue wall colors.

New Traditional Living Room with Formal Layout

New Traditional Living Room with Formal Layout

A formal conversational living room layout is given a subtle update with some transitional accents. Notice how the coffee and end table have a slightly more contemporary silhouette that helps showcase the more classic silhouettes of the other items in the room such as the wing-back chairs.

Added Oranamentation = Enchaned Style Elavation

Added Oranamentation = Enchaned Style Elavation

Contemporary style has loads of perks. For example, it's clean lines and minimal forms can feel cozy and tidy at the same time. Plus, it's great if you want to add a few flamboyant touches without going overboard. In this space, the Vienna rug, with its old-world ornamentation, elevates the contemporary styling for a look that's approachable and refined.

Off the Wall

Off the Wall

A great way to keep your space feeling cohesive is matching your wall art and decor. In this dining room, bold abstract art in black and white is echoed in furniture with minimal silhouettes and colors reflecting the art's strong lines. A traditional rug and some natural wood-tones add a relaxed vibe and break up the black and white enough to keep the space from being too matchy-matchy.

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