Refined and formal with a preference for the ornate, traditional design fits in amongst antique stylings and established design principles. Make your home the traditional style you’ve been longing for with these interior designers.
My favorite design aesthetics toggle between Midcentury Modern and Modern Traditional. Both of these styles allow for a mix of fun characteristics, colors, and patterns, while staying rooted in neutrals, woods, and a mix of metals. The focus must remain on warmth and comfort in any interior space. I feel that each of these aesthetics holds that idea to be true.
My favorite design aesthetic is one that is warm and inviting for all who enter the space, yet feels thoughtful and elevated. I like to find this by incorporating warm hues, beautiful textiles, and interesting pieces for the eye. And, I especially love when all of this can be accomplished in a family setting.
I would describe my style as eclectic; I like combining different designs into one cohesive whole. When it comes to styling, I prefer modern spaces with pieces that give the nod to the vintage era; I like layering the clean lines of modern furniture with traditional elements to give an eclectic spin. I love playing with neutrals but also a pop of color.
Midcentury Modern and Traditional are tied for my favorite aesthetic(s). I love the complete opposite ends of the design spectrum that each represents; Midcentury Modern leans towards being architecturally bold and graphic, while Traditional has a classic and comfortable sensibility, but both incorporate playful nods to the past.