According to Wikipedia, transitional style is known as “updated classic” or “classic with a contemporary twist.” It’s a blend of traditional and contemporary styles incorporating lines that are less ornate than traditional designs, but not as severely basic as contemporary lines.
The exterior of this home will have more traditional elements including brick, hardiplank siding and an oversized front porch. The interior will feature five bedrooms and four bathrooms including a guest bedroom and full bathroom on the main level, as well as in the finished basement. The very open floor plan has a family room with modern fireplace, beam ceiling and hardwood floors that provide the transitional look and feel. The gourmet kitchen overlooks the family room, and will feature modern style cabinetry, hardware, plumbing fixtures and lighting providing a clean and classic look. The second floor features an upstairs master suite with his and her closets and a luxurious master bathroom with double vanities, oversized tile shower, soaking tub and separate water closet. The second floor also has a laundry room and two additional bedrooms joined by a jack-and-jill bathroom.
Our design team has been working with interior designer Meg Fitzpatrick with Metro Home Interiors, and the color palette being used throughout the home will feature hues of white, vanilla, taupe and chocolate to create a serene and sophisticated feel. Meg states that the new homeowner will want to incorporate furnishings that are straight with the occasional curve, and transitional fabrics including corduroy, suede, leather and cotton.
The home will be finished in early summer, and will be priced in the high $700,000s.
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