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Combining design styles
walkfam
November 11, 2012 in Design Dilemma
Hubby prefers contempory styling and I prefer traditional warmth. Is it possible to add warmth and elements of traditional styling to a contemporary home?
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yvonne_pinckney
Yes, it is considered eclectic. Also keep pillows, rugs, picture frames, lamps, mirrors. And knickknacks in mind when designing. This can make a difference too. Place a mix of your likes and your husband's likes together.
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Anne Gibney
Check out the new modern tradition designs. I am doIng a complete renovation and will be decorating with family antiques but like modern touches. Type in modern+traditional in search. Or check out transitional designs.
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