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How to Design Your Home with Transitional Style

Designing your home can be overwhelming, especially if you are unsure of your style and how to execute it. You could be stuck with the design you choose in your home for years, especially in more costly investments like flooring. So the decisions that you make are important. Most homeowners don’t have a specific vision because they are unsure of the styles that can be used. Some love the modern style but also want more functionality and comfort in their home. Modern or contemporary styles tend to feel a little cold and stark, not exactly everyone’s choice for a family room. Combining comfort and modern lines give you a whole new world of design. This is what makes the transitional style more appealing than the rest. The transitional style is becoming ever popular, and there are some simple ways that you could start to incorporate transitional style without a full remodel.

 What Is Transitional?

To begin with, what is transitional style? Transitional style is a balanced combination of old and new styles that highlight ornate and elaborate details while also being sleek and minimal. A good mix of old and new styles is what makes this style so appealing, giving the best of each style. Popular elements of this style are crown molding, symmetry, polished finishes, formal look, tile that looks like molding, and European and English influences. As well as clean lines, more relaxed designs, honed and matte finishes, and simple and neutral colors and designs.

How to Incorporate Transitional Style in Flooring

Tile accentuates the transitional style in all areas of your home. Tile could be included in small areas, a backsplash in the kitchen, tile in the bathroom, and even your flooring. Using tile in your home increases the space’s air quality, and is generally a safer building material than some other flooring options. Keeping that in mind, using tile to help your home’s transitional look better than other building materials and it makes your home safer. Tile can be used in multiple designs and using various colors, giving more flexibility in the design. Tile can stick with the transitional muted colors or bring a bright pop of color to any area of your home.

The amazing thing about using tile in a transitional styled home is that you can choose ornate and elaborate designs or neutral palettes to help accentuate the more ornate decor. Such versatility! Bay Tile Kitchen and Bath provide everything a designer or homeowner would need to incorporate tile in a transitional style into any space, as well as any other flooring or renovation need. They have the ability to service multiple areas of your home, like bathroom and kitchen remodeling, countertops and flooring. They have all types of flooring when making decisions in your renovation, as well as multiple colors.