This pretty tour features transitional home decor that serves a busy family of eight. See how beautiful interiors that exude casual elegance are not only possible, but doable for days!
Transitional style is defined as a melding of traditional and yet contemporary finishes. Traditional furniture and accessories that equate to a classic and timeless design. A simple yet sophisticated marriage of old and new. I talked more about that in THIS POST and I have a sneaking suspicion that many of you decorate this way. Perhaps this tour will inspire YOU then with some new ideas to incorporate…so read on!
Transitional Home Decor Tour – Casual Elegance
Jennifer is wife to Brian, and mom to six children, ages 10 to newborn. She is passionate about encouraging the busy woman to live life beautifully, and shares tips and trends centered around home design, recipes, DIY projects, entertaining, travel, and family. She pursuing a Culinary and Pastry Chef Certification with the American Culinary Federation, and she is a licensed realtor. WHEW!!
“We moved into our home 2.5 years ago. We were in need of a larger home with additional bedrooms and an office, and we love the area because of the quality public schools available.”
Jennifer seamlessly combines traditional along with French country, shabby chic and modern style to make her home reflect who she really is.
There are plenty of seating options for this large family and friends for dining in!
Chinoiserie panels have recently been added with Jennifer’s keen eye for design and a sure sense of living with her own comfortable style.
“We fell in love with our home because of the two story living room and great layout, and the large lot for our kids to play, but it was in need of total updating.”
Her all white kitchen confirms that you can indeed live with white decor, even in a busy household!
“Our kitchen remodel was almost a complete gut.”
“We’ve now painted the entire interior, including doors, ceilings, and trim. All of the lighting has been updated, as well as the kitchen, fireplace, and several of our four bathrooms.”
Jennifer’s sunroom is a great getaway to relax in as she juggles family responsibilities, her work, and social obligations.
“One of my favorite projects is our painted brick sunroom.”
“I have a transitional style with a bit of farmhouse and French country mixed in. My goal is to create beautiful interiors that are casual but elegant.”
She keeps the blue and white theme consistent throughout the home, with pink mixed in for her girls and her own feminine side.
Beautifully renovated master bath with a soaking tub to take a time out, however brief.
“Another favorite project that we just revealed is our girls room. My husband added a DIY wainscoting trim that completely transformed their room.”
Fit for some princesses indeed…with DIY decor in Jennifer’s transitional home decor as a common link.