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EYE ON DESIGN Designers' Take on Traditional Style for Today's Living

by by nwrugs November 15, 2015

EYE ON DESIGN  Designers' Take on Traditional Style for Today's Living

Living Room: Spanish revival blends with Asian simplicity. A highly detailed traditional tribal rug sets the bold ground and enhances the neutral side of the overall color palette.


Eclectic Living Room by Portland Interior Designers & Decorators Marlene Zeiger Design


The entire palette derived from the traditional style rug in a wonderfully comfy and somewhat contemporary eclecticism. 


Eclectic Living Room by Philadelphia Interior Designers & Decorators Kelly Nelson Designs


Traditional craftsman home featuring a tile fireplace, built-in cabinets, crown molding and french doors. A softer toned Peshaver style rug quietly supports this decor scheme quite nicely, don't you think? 


Traditional Living Room by Seattle Design-Build Firms RW Anderson Homes


This sitting room brings all the classic elements of traditional style together for a cheery spot for hot beverages and a lazy day under a blanket thumbing through your favorite magazines or planning a holiday party. Just makes you smile, yes?


Traditional Living Room by Belmont Interior Designers & Decorators Julie Mifsud


In this room, traditional style gets turned up and tweaked with a modern sensibility - bold, brash, colorful, yet still carries the stability of its more traditional roots.


Eclectic Living Room by New York Interior Designers & Decorators Kati Curtis Design


Which is your favorite interpretation of traditional design style? 

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1 Response

Marni
Marni

January 15, 2016

Holy consice data batman. Lol!

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