Contemporary Traditionalism

This elegant master suite strikes a balance between transitional and contemporary to ensure a timeless and luxurious ambiance. Antique-mirrored nightstands, bedframe, coffee table, and nesting tables all help the room feel light. Their reflective finish allows the space to appear even larger, as the mirrored furniture doesn’t feel cumbersome. Multiple seating areas are used to define the spacious room’s natural flow, like the alpaca wool bench at the foot of the bed that is perfectly paired with a mid-century sofa in a soft neutral color. Light, straight-panel drapes sport a soft gray circular pattern to reinforce clean lines and the room’s transitional styling. The walls’ beige undertone evokes warmth and grounds the multiple hues of gray used throughout. Overhead, a sparkling, whimsical light fixture makes a romantic statement with its lightly crystal-clad presence.

Interior designer: Alan Peeples, Furniture of Dalton

Lighting installation: Commercial Maintenance Solutions

Photos Courtesy of Furniture of Dalton/by Super Chief

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