Studio Home’s Historic Residential Project Marries Traditional Style With Modern Farmhouse Design in the Most Sophisticated Way!
Despite all efforts to keep our spaces looking fresh and trendy, we have to admit that bad trends also happen to good people. Time has a peculiar way of impacting our style, and after a while, it looks dated. This becomes even more common if you fancy traditional style. There is fine line that separates a timeless traditional décor from a date one, and thankfully for us, we have the design experts to help us out! Studio Home is a well-established interior design company, located in Columbia, MO, and it has a team of committed designers to help us put together a traditional project that will make us step back in time!
The duo already has a wide range of design projects with different scales and types of styles. Actually, the company has a special feature on their website where it helps you discover which is your personal design style. You can see that the design team has already developed contemporary, minimalistic, modern mid-century, traditional and rustic design projects, so they are the right of the market if you want to transform your dream home into reality!
“When it comes to interior design styles, almost everything is rooted in traditional interior design ideas, and for good reason. That said, you can make traditional style interior design all your own by incorporating pieces that speak to your personality and lifestyle while making a statement.” However putting together a traditional home can be tricky, because it is easy to make a mistake, and instead of sophisticated and timeless, we end up with an outdated décor. A few simple tweaks can transport it back to the modern day, and that’s just what Studio Home, did with this historic home.
Take the room above, sure it features a depth and layering, a mid-century set of dining chairs and table, an ornate mirror on the wall with a classic detailed chandelier, however, what sets it apart from any other traditional room is the updated architecture and the clean lines of the furniture pieces.
The art pieces and the contemporary sculptural chandelier provide a different vibe to this room, making it feel more modern and welcoming. This warm color scheme is one of the reasons why this old-school design style is back. People are usually drawn to traditional design for its comfortable beauty and timeless sensibility. This style lasts over time as opposed to a trendy style that they may eventually grown tired of it later on.
This historic house’s kitchen has a touch of farmhouse design that makes it more welcoming and invitting. “If warmth, practicality, comfort, and a relaxed approach to pulled together design are on your agenda, modern farmhouse décor is a great option to consider. Warm and inviting, modern farmhouse takes its cues from the provincial for the ultimate mix of high & low contrasts that works beautifully especially for a growing family. Think rustic country elements updated for the now with a rich mix industrial, minimal, and Scandinavian touches for unique spaces that take full advantage of every architectural hallmark – flawed or not.”