When Traditional Meets with Mid-century

When the couple have different tastes on the decor of their home, it is a perfect time for an interior designer to play the magic to please the both sides. Today, we are going to virtually tour a Greek revival town house with both traditional and mid-century details.

Living Room

The living room has a traditional bone with classical moldings and an old-world fireplace. Then, there are mid-century furniture that nicely contrasts with the all of the ornate details. We also love the oversized French gilded mirror and emerald green shaded wall scones. They add a touch of glamor to the living room.

Family Room

We love this clean-lined family room with a cozy vibe and tailored look thanks to the custom-made sectional, plush pillows and an ergonomic lounge chair. The room truly has it all—the classical elegance and Scandinavia playfulness.

Kitchen

We love the super clean and minimalism feel in this white-on-white kitchen. The brass faucet and brass touches on the appliances and cabinet knobs make this kitchen warm, invite and luxury. Classic Blue on the range adds pop of color.

Home Office

A tailored sofa makes this home office looks both neat and casual.

Master Bedrioom

We love the white-on-white tones in this master bedroom. The tufting on the headboard and the layered bedding make the room feel comfy and relaxing.

Powder Room

Powder room is where we can often make a bold statement. Chinoiserie wallpaper on the walls brings in high style and personality.

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