A modern-style home typically consists of sharp lines, seek design, large windows, and metal accents. Yet, when you combine “modern” style with “traditional” style, you get transitional.
As of recent years, the transitional home style has become a booming trend and we understand why. This house style is the best of both worlds! You get the comfort and convenience of a traditional home, plus the updated look and feel of our modern world. We have to admit: we loved designing and building this transitional home, but we’re even more exited to reveal it to you!
Let’s take a look at our take on transitional:
Like most modern homes, this exterior showcases beautiful, large windows, metal roofing, sharp lines, and rectangular shapes. However, it’s slightly softened with exterior shutters and plush, green landscaping.
His Whiskey Room
When we first started designing this home, he requested something special- a place for the guys to gather for late night poker- a whiskey room to be exact! We love how this space turned out with the brick wall, French doors, and beautiful cabinet and shelving.
Her Soaking Tub
If he got his whiskey room, we knew she would want a place to call her own, too. What better way to pamper the lady of the house than with a soaking tub and pretty view? This master bath is not only functional with plenty of counter space, cabinets, and a walk ini shower, but it’s also luxurious.
Their Outdoor Living
I don’t know about you, but this backyard is the backyard of our dreams! The outdoor space features:
Large swimming pool with fountains and a hot tub
Outdoor bar and kitchen
Oversized couch and lounge space
A Kitchen for Everyone
This kitchen will fit the home family, and then some! It’s open floor plan provides convenient, spacious access tot he most utilized room in the house. The large island creates additional storage and counter space, plus room for the kids to snack and do homework. This common space is complete with a wine fridge, large window, and easy access to the oversized pantry.
Now that you’ve seen our take on a transitional home, what is your favorite part of transitional?