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Classic Furniture with a Contemporary Twist

The neutral design territory between chic modern minimalism and rustic heritage charm is where you’ll find the classic elegance of transitional furniture. An artful blend of natural tones and thoughtfully selected darker shades, transitional interiors evoke feelings of serenity and sophistication.
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Transitional beds are less intricate than the carved wood style of traditional frames, utilizing subtle curves and soft lines. Similarly you won’t find the hard lines and bold black and chrome accents common to contemporary style.

Transitional furnishings are the ideal choice for couples with different design tastes. The minimalist influence over transitional style is a practical choice for active households looking to de-clutter and de-stress their space.

Timeless Beds and Trendy Bedrooms

Create an elegant bedroom that caters to multiple décor tastes with the simplicity of transitional style. These inviting spaces are sure to appeal to the widest range of guests in your home or commercial property. When creating a comfortable, yet refined interior is an absolute must, look for transitional furnishings designed to impress any taste. Whether you’re outfitting a single spare room or an entire hotel, choose the lasting versatility of transitional beds for bedrooms you can update with ease.

Because transitional rooms are noted for their lack of bold colors and busy patterns, the style lends itself well to smaller bedrooms where a little design goes a long way. Sage, taupe, tan, and vanilla provide a warm, understated canvas for a few key espresso or chocolate furnishing accents. Picture a dark brown platform transitional bed with cream linens and a simple tan microfiber bedspread.

Inviting Bedrooms of All Sizes

Are you working with space restrictions? Look for wood beds with drawers or bookcase headboards. Storage beds help you keep the minimalist influence in your interior by removing the need for additional shelving or dressers.

Using a simple color palate also allows you to draw focus to a single piece of artwork or decorative accessory, helping you tame clutter before it starts. Instead, textures become a key focal element allowing the subtlety of soft faux suede, crisp leather, or bumpy chenille to catch the eye.