This inspiring transitional family home, located in the Western Suburbs of Chicago is all about neutrals and soothing tones with a splash of natural elements. Designed by the very talented Donna Hall, interior designer for Savvy Interior Design, this home’s color palette is perfect for fall. Every room feels warm, welcoming and full of life with its “toasty” colors.
If you like neutral interiors with character, this transitional home will certainly be a winner for you!
Transitional Family Home with Neutral Interiors
This home has a beautiful curb-appeal that certainly grabs your attention and inspires you. You can’t miss the arched entry and this welcoming front porch.
Flooring is Bluestone .
Classy foyer with inspiring decor and paint color.
Lantern Pendants were imported from Italy through “Tower Lighting”.
The flooring is distressed walnut.
Paint Color is “Benjamin Moore Deer Path 1047”.
Mirror is from “Christopher Guy”. Love it!
I always prefer neutral dining rooms. It’s easy to dine in a fairly neutral space and you have more room to play with decor. This space feels like a canvas for any decoration ideas you might have. Imagine decorating this space for Christmas… there’s so much you can do with it!
The side and head dining chairs are by “Hickory Chair” and the fabrics are a mix of Groundworks, Barbara Barry, and Kravet Couture.
Chandelier is the “Avignon Chandelier” by “Niermann Weeks”.
This gorgeous table has a custom finish and top with base combination from “Hickory Chair”.
Butler’s Pantry Paint Color
“Benjamin Moore Coastal Path AF-380”.
This butler’s pantry connects the dining room to the kitchen, making of it a beautiful and practical space.
The backsplash is antique mirror with a custom wood surround fabricated by the custom cabinet maker. Glamorous and unique!
Transitional Kitchen Design
It’s always nice seeing kitchens that are inspiring and doable. What I like the most about this white kitchen is the layout and its size.
The best part of any kitchen? Meals prepared with love! 🙂
Kitchen Counter Stools
The counter stools are from “Sunpan Imports”. Very affordable and durable for a young family!
White Kitchen Paint Color
Kitchen Cabinet Paint Color is “Benjamin Moore Dove White OC-17”.
This kitchen faucet is a Perrin & Rowe bridge faucet with side spray by Rohl.
Being in this living room is like stepping into Autumn. Doesn’t it feel warm and inviting? Imagine putting the lights down and having a glass of wine by the fire in a crisp Autumn night…
Sofa is from “Baker Furniture”.
The chairs are from “A. Rudin”.
The ottoman was a custom creation by “Savvy Interior Design”. It’s a combination of genuine hide combined with suede and nail heads.
Living Room Paint Color
The paint color in this living room is “Benjamin Moore Deer Path 1047”.
Stylish powder room with custom cabinetry, sconces and dark stained hardwood floors.
A bold take on blue and white decor. Isn’t it great to have at least one room in your house where you aren’t afraid of using your favorite color on the walls?
Comfortable and pretty!
This transitional bedroom feels calming and perfect to unwind at the end of the day.
Chandelier is a Suzanne Kasler Design through Visual Comfort.
Bedroom Dimensions: 20 x 17.5 with a 12′ ceiling height at the peak of the vault.
Chairs are from Kravet.
Bedroom Paint Color
“Benjamin Moore Hush Af-95”.
Bed is by “Barbara Barry” for “Baker Furniture”.
Beautiful master bathroom with custom double vanity and custom mirrors. Mirrors were made through “Roma Moulding”.
This gorgeous leg tub filler faucet is by Rohl.
Hello, everyone! It’s always nice to be back here with a new post for you guys, especially after a needed small break. I wasn’t feeling good last week, but I am doing my treatment and should start feeling better in a week or two. Regardless of that, I tried to enjoy this weekend by resting and having some fun. The weather here was amazing, it felt almost like summer and we decided to go spend our Saturday on the beach. It was just what I needed! Honestly speaking, nothing can relax me more than the ocean. It seems to get all of your stress, all of that heavy load you can feel on your shoulders and lift away. I came back home feeling happier and even lighter.
What else did we do? Oh, we also went to our favorite Japanese restaurant (I LOVEEEE Japanese food!) and the kids played hockey today. Seeing them on ice is always fun and I couldn’t be prouder of my kids.
Overall, I can say this weekend was a beautiful one. It started when I planned to put everything aside and just focus on what matters to me. I think we all can have better days when we make this decision, consciously.
Have a very Blessed weekend, my friends!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
Sources: Savvy Interior Design.
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