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Get the Look: Transitional Bedroom

Walls Republic Striped Residential Wallpaper

Transitional style refers to a blend of classic and modern design. It takes a few elements of each and results in a timeless, gender-neutral style that doesn’t fit any particular period. This transitional bedroom is a great example. Classic elements like the curved headboard and wood side tables combine with more modern elements like the streamlined bench and glass cylinder lamps. The result is simple and sophisticated, but also relaxing and family-friendly.

Transitional Bedroom Details

Most people will tell you that the color palette for transitional rooms should be largely neutral – and I agree, except that I think there’s room for a single deep color such as navy blue. Avoid anything too bright, bold or colorful. And if you want to create a look like this remember to make sure you keep the accessories to a minimum so that the focus is on the clean and simple style.

Transitional Bedroom – Get the Look

Get the Look Transitional Bedroom

Line 1:Brewster Home Fashions Geo Zenia Small Ogee Wave 33′ x 20.5″ Abstract 3D Embossed Wallpaper, ‘Pink Magnolia I’ by Donna Geissler Framed Photographic Print Frame Color: Black, Mat Color: White, Nuevo Caen Upholstered Bench, Safavieh Melody 25.5″ H Table Lamp with Drum Shade

Line 2: Belmac Queen Upholstered Headboard Color: Ivory, Copeland Furniture Astrid 3 Drawer Chest

Line 3: Color Strip 3-1/4″ Solid Oak Hardwood Flooring in Natural

For a full list of items featured in this room please visit the source guide.

Room photos courtesy of Skit Inc.

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