Many of us are curious about what a transitional style is. Transitional interior design is also known as updated classic or classic with a contemporary twist because it combines traditional and contemporary style. In this kind of style, you can spot a transitional space as it use monochrome colors and would usually use color palette with tans, taupe, creams and brown. It looks clean, serene and neutral. But some also add some pops of color through some decorations. The furniture has smooth lines and curves and are usually upholstered. Transitional spaces blend simplicity with elegance. Confused? Well, don’t be. To give you more ideas of how a transitional space looks like, scroll down and take a look at the images below because today we will feature transitional dining rooms. One you already get to the showcase, drop us some more ideas of what you think of a transitional space is. And, don’t forget to choose your favorite dining area design ad let us know which one pleases you the most! River Ridge – Southwick
Image: Mary Cook Who would not love the patterns in this dining room from the walls to the area rugs! That mirror has a lovely design too complementing the comfy seating. Dream House Studios, Inc.
Image: Dream House Studios Spot the classic and contemporary elements in the dining room and tell us what you think of their combination! Palmetto Bluff – Private Residence
Image: Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home The natural beauty and richness of this dining area creates an exceptional place to converse and eat meals with the family. Check out the lighting from the chandelier to the candles. Minnesota Residence
Image: Martha O’Hara Interiors Greens are scattered in this scene but what we love most here is the chandelier and the natural decors. Urban Sophisticate- Transitional Home in Wrigleyville
Image: Lisa Wolfe Design, Ltd Contemporary chairs and wooden round table is the centerpiece of this dining room with a pendant light above it. Dining Room
Image: Shirley Meisels The pendant light is just stunning in gold! This may look simple but it sure is gorgeous. The Webster House
Image: Mitch Wise Design,Inc. Wood is all around this dining room from the ceiling to the flooring and even on the furniture. The addition of the blue chairs and lighting gave it an instant transitional style! 122 North Anita
Image: Meridith Baer Home The illumination of this dining room is pretty especially that it used different lightings like the floor lamp, table lamp, chandelier and even pin lights. Dining Room
Image: Jessica Walmsley Interiors The print on the drapes, chairs and ceramics look classic and a bit traditional too but this space is really a transitional area. New Home- Classic Contemporary
Image: Boston Design and Interiors, Inc. This dining room sure looks regal with browns and beige! Private Residence
Image: Studio 1200 We are sure you noticed the cow wall arts because our gaze was drawn to it too but take a look at the furniture, lighting and the entire space and you’ll get a transitional dining area. Commodore House
Image: J K Construction One look at this will make you think that this is plain contemporary but when you move your eyes to other elements in this space you’ll realize that there is more to it! Atherton Farmhouse
Image: Clarum Homes A long bench on one side is a good idea. The transparent chairs are lovely too. Dining Room San Francisco
Image: Sandra Bird Designs That black chandelier sure is an eye catcher! The area rug has nice patterns on it too. Transitional Dining Room
Image: Promedia Tours This is one of our favorite dining areas! The stripe on the wall and the colors from the wall arts and red pendant lights are stunning. A transitional space really has a different level of beauty especially that it combines classic, contemporary and even modern style in one. Well, maybe you have this kind of dining area and you were not just aware that it is actually transitional! So, if you have both classic and contemporary items in your home, do not be afraid to combine them in one space because you will get a transitional style! Want a contemporary dining room? Well, we also got that covered. So, try to dig into other round ups we have done before and we are sure you’ll get what you want!