Coastal life is comfortable, and relaxed, and interiors in this style reflect that mood. Textiles and surface materials are simple, natural, and durable; clear blues, sea greens, creamy whites, and beiges call to mind the hues of sand and water.
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Contemporary style is often defined by clean lines with a casual atmosphere, open spaces, neutral colors, and elements and materials inspired by nature. In this photo, green foliage brightens up the steely gray color palette of this dining room.
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Transitional style is a marriage of traditional and contemporary furniture, finishes, material and fabrics equating to a classic, timeless design. Furniture lines are simple yet sophisticated, featuring either straight lines or rounded profiles.
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Traditional design can hail from 18th Cent. England, the French countryside or even the exotic lands of the East. Among the most popular traditional styles are British Colonial revival, 18th Cent. English, 19th Cent. neoclassical and French country.
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