Transitional Dining Rooms: Design Elements & Ideas

By Tiffany Adams


Transitional style is a mix of traditional and modern elements to create a comfortable, eclectic, and personalized atmosphere. Whether it's clean lines paired with timeless wood-grain furniture, abstract art juxtaposed with an Oriental rug, or any other combination, each of the dining rooms featured here has a blend of classic and contemporary that's perfectly transitional in style.

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Dining Room by Jodie O'Connor

All-White Palette + Timeless Furnishings

When you think of an all-white palette, ultra-contemporary rooms may come to mind. This dining area proves that your selection of tones, textures, and furnishings can create a space that's anything but stark. Here, all of the elements lend a cozy feel. For example, the wooden table, upholstered chairs, ice blue-and-cream window treatments and rug, along with the traditional chandelier with shades all bring warmth to the space. 

For more ideas, read White Delights: 8 Ways to Use the Neutral Hue

Dining Room
by Jodie O'Connor

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