This design style is all about visual richness and an assortment of items arranged in delightful artistry.
What is the Traditional Design Style
Originating in the early 20th-century and influenced by European estates, traditional design style is one of splendor, detail, and luxury.
Often referred to as Classic, spaces designed in traditional style are full of romantic touches of carefully chosen accessories that lend a dramatic depth.
Meticulous and mature, this design style is characterized by visual richness, ripe with multiple items and lush textures that blend together for a picture-perfect impression.
The typical traditional color palette combines flashes of gold with and neutral, creamy shades of light beige, delicate touches of black, rich burgundy, soft greys, and blues light and royal hues
The traditional style calls for gold and copper accents, solid woods, brocades, chintz, and damask, as intricately printed fabrics create a vibrant visual.
Crystal chandeliers and elaborately carved woodwork create the traditional space’s stately atmosphere, decorated with large, lavish, and comfort-inspiring elements, glass-fronted display cabinets, and stylized cornices that highlight walls with the ceiling.