Get This Look: #projecttransitionallux

July 23, 2016

Get This Look: #projecttransitionallux || Town Lifestyle + Design || Get the look of this Transitional E-Design Living Room

I have a fun Get This Look for you today! It is pretty on point with what I am finding my style changing to lately, a mix of lux and transitional design. I love all the mixtures of textures and finishes, where nothing really matches, but it just kind of works at the same time.

This client had a formal living room space they had no idea what to do with. Their home had a somewhat 70s vibe to it with wood baseboards and all wood windows. Pulling this element into the design we created a perfect seating area for adults to retreat to while the kids hung out in the family room.

I N S P I R A T I O N
Get This Look: #projecttransitionallux || Town Lifestyle + Design || Get the look of this Transitional E-Design Living Room

Image Source via The Design Co

Get This Look: #projecttransitionallux || Town Lifestyle + Design || Get the look of this Transitional E-Design Living Room

Image Source via Leo Designs Chicago

Get This Look: #projecttransitionallux || Town Lifestyle + Design || Get the look of this Transitional E-Design Living Room

Image Source via LuxeSources

L I V I N G   R O O M

Since I really wanted to play with textures and tones in this space, I landed on a dark velvet sofa. Pairing this with white leather sling chairs mix things up a bit. I love the natural wood table, it adds some warmth at the same time. An interesting chandelier and not so expected table lamps and side tables give this a mix between modern and contemporary with an art deco twist.

We really wanted to make this space classy but interesting and unique. It may not be your traditional Transitional Design, but the details definitely play into this style that the client was looking for.

Below you will find the product images and links to purchase.

I have a fun Get This Look for you today! It is definitely on trend with the Mid Century design vibes you've been seeing lately with a bit of a twist. What was fun about this project is I really got to mix high and low pieces. What that means is there are a few more pricier pieces blended in with more reasonable ones. I bet you can't tell one from the other though. This client had a somewhat traditional base in their new home with soft grey walls, lots of white molding and dark hardwood floors. Not a typical backdrop for someone wanting a Mid Century design. They wanted this space to feel comfortable and casual with a few pieces that weren't quite so expected. Adding a little bit of a 'Funk' factor. I N S P I R A T I O N With modern day Mid Century Design majorly trending right now, inspiration photos are not too hard to come by. When I think Mid Century design or when my clients mention wanting that look in their own homes I like to take more of an eclectic approach then a minimalistic one. I like to mix warm and dark wood tones, different textures and materials and bring in some fun patterns and colors. This gives it a more comfortable and homey vibe as well as from a sourcing perspective, being able to mix quality products as well as stylish ones. Mid Century style furniture tends to be smaller in scale, which doesn't always work with large living spaces like the one for this client. I really looked at inspiration photos for mixing textures and arm styles, and how to bring in the elements and style the client wanted while still using properly scaled and designed furnishings for the room. Get This Look: #projectmidcenturyfunk || Town Lifestyle + Design || Get the look of this Mid Century inspired E-design Living Room. A great eclectic mix of pattern and texture. Image Source via House of Hipsters Get This Look: #projectmidcenturyfunk || Town Lifestyle + Design || Get the look of this Mid Century inspired E-design Living Room. A great eclectic mix of pattern and texture. Image Source via Apartment Therapy Get This Look: #projectmidcenturyfunk || Town Lifestyle + Design || Get the look of this Mid Century inspired E-design Living Room. A great eclectic mix of pattern and texture. Image Source via The Glitter Guide L I V I N G R O O M Since I really wanted to play with textures and tones in this space, I landed on a leather sofa. Im obsessed with leather, but typically only like it as an accent. In this case, we made it the center piece for the design. A lighter and fun pattern in the rug plays well with the warmth of the leather, while contrasting with the dark wood floors. I brought in just a little bit of that 'Funk' factor the client was looking for with colorful pillows and lamps. We really wanted to make this space warm and inviting. It may not be your traditional Mid Century Design, but the details definitely play into this style that the client was looking for. Below you will find the product images and links to purchase. Get This Look: #projectmidcenturyfunk || Town Lifestyle + Design || Get the look of this Mid Century inspired E-design Living Room. A great eclectic mix of pattern and texture. Get This Look: #projectmidcenturyfunk || Town Lifestyle + Design || Get the look of this Mid Century inspired E-design Living Room. A great eclectic mix of pattern and texture.1. Sofa | 2. Side Table | 3. Mirror | 4. Green Geo Pillow | 5. Pink Pillow | 6. Black + White Pillow | 7. Drapery | 8. Coffee Table | 9. Occasional Chair | 10. Rug | 11. Pouf | 12. Table Lamp | 13. Accessory - Blue Vase | 14. Accessory - Candle Holder | 15. Accessory - Gold Vase | 16. Faux Cactus | 17. Media Console If you're looking for interior design services, but not in the San Antonio/South Austin area, be sure to check out my services page. With e-design you will receive a concept board much like the one above, a complete shopping list, and tips on how to install, style + accessorize. I have a fun Get This Look for you today! It is definitely on trend with the Mid Century design vibes you've been seeing lately with a bit of a twist. What was fun about this project is I really got to mix high and low pieces. What that means is there are a few more pricier pieces blended in with more reasonable ones. I bet you can't tell one from the other though. This client had a somewhat traditional base in their new home with soft grey walls, lots of white molding and dark hardwood floors. Not a typical backdrop for someone wanting a Mid Century design. They wanted this space to feel comfortable and casual with a few pieces that weren't quite so expected. Adding a little bit of a 'Funk' factor. I N S P I R A T I O N With modern day Mid Century Design majorly trending right now, inspiration photos are not too hard to come by. When I think Mid Century design or when my clients mention wanting that look in their own homes I like to take more of an eclectic approach then a minimalistic one. I like to mix warm and dark wood tones, different textures and materials and bring in some fun patterns and colors. This gives it a more comfortable and homey vibe as well as from a sourcing perspective, being able to mix quality products as well as stylish ones. Mid Century style furniture tends to be smaller in scale, which doesn't always work with large living spaces like the one for this client. I really looked at inspiration photos for mixing textures and arm styles, and how to bring in the elements and style the client wanted while still using properly scaled and designed furnishings for the room. Get This Look: #projectmidcenturyfunk || Town Lifestyle + Design || Get the look of this Mid Century inspired E-design Living Room. A great eclectic mix of pattern and texture. Image Source via House of Hipsters Get This Look: #projectmidcenturyfunk || Town Lifestyle + Design || Get the look of this Mid Century inspired E-design Living Room. A great eclectic mix of pattern and texture. Image Source via Apartment Therapy Get This Look: #projectmidcenturyfunk || Town Lifestyle + Design || Get the look of this Mid Century inspired E-design Living Room. A great eclectic mix of pattern and texture. Image Source via The Glitter Guide L I V I N G R O O M Since I really wanted to play with textures and tones in this space, I landed on a leather sofa. Im obsessed with leather, but typically only like it as an accent. In this case, we made it the center piece for the design. A lighter and fun pattern in the rug plays well with the warmth of the leather, while contrasting with the dark wood floors. I brought in just a little bit of that 'Funk' factor the client was looking for with colorful pillows and lamps. We really wanted to make this space warm and inviting. It may not be your traditional Mid Century Design, but the details definitely play into this style that the client was looking for. Below you will find the product images and links to purchase. Get This Look: #projectmidcenturyfunk || Town Lifestyle + Design || Get the look of this Mid Century inspired E-design Living Room. A great eclectic mix of pattern and texture. Get This Look: #projectmidcenturyfunk || Town Lifestyle + Design || Get the look of this Mid Century inspired E-design Living Room. A great eclectic mix of pattern and texture.1. Sofa | 2. Side Table | 3. Mirror | 4. Green Geo Pillow | 5. Pink Pillow | 6. Black + White Pillow | 7. Drapery | 8. Coffee Table | 9. Occasional Chair | 10. Rug | 11. Pouf | 12. Table Lamp | 13. Accessory - Blue Vase | 14. Accessory - Candle Holder | 15. Accessory - Gold Vase | 16. Faux Cactus | 17. Media Console If you're looking for interior design services, but not in the San Antonio/South Austin area, be sure to check out my services page. With e-design you will receive a concept board much like the one above, a complete shopping list, and tips on how to install, style + accessorize.

Artwork 1 | Artwork 2 | Artwork 3 | Accessory 1 | Accessory 2 | Accessory 3 | Accessory 4 | Chandelier | Decorative Pillow 1 | Decorative Pillow 2 | Decorative Pillow 3 | Sofa | Table Lamp | Side Table | Occasional Chair | Coffee Table | Accessory 5 | Media Console | Rug

If you’re looking for interior design services, but not in the San Antonio/South Austin area, be sure to check out my services page. With e-design you will receive a concept board much like the one above, a complete shopping list, and tips on how to install, style + accessorize.

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    Mandy Autry

    Love this post! What a great look! What program do you use for the room layout/visuals? -M

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