Contemporary; Transitional; Traditional — what style suits your tastes? There are telltale signs of each design trend and we’re here to discuss the differences so you can decide which style fits you.
The word “Contemporary” is defined as “of the present time,” which is why its design concept is ever-evolving. As you can see in the contemporary kitchen pictured above, form and aesthetic are clean, simple and efficient; giving greater emphasis to eye-catching details. The Contemporary color palette often consists of neutral tones with pops of color. The latest design trends are reflected in contemporary design.
Made evident with the traditional kitchen pictured above, traditional design is a timeless style that emanates elegance. Taking cues from 18th and 19th century European decor, traditional style is perfect for lovers of antiques, rich colors, and intricate details.
For the best of both worlds, there is the perfect middle-ground that is the Transitional style, as seen in the transitional kitchen pictured above. Embracing comfort with a modern curve, transitional design is a modern take on the classic form. Transitional design takes the warm and inviting approach of traditional design and mixes it with the clean and smooth lines of contemporary design. Transitional design often consists of a serene calm color palette while mixing neutral tones with a dominant secondary color.
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