Finding the right furniture for your home can sometimes feel like a balancing act. On the one hand you want luxury materials and elegant designs; on the other you want something modern and durable. Finding that perfect match of sophistication and modernity just got a whole lot easier thanks to the Coco furniture collection from Domayne.
In the art of interior design, ‘transitional design’ refers to the melding of contemporary and traditional styles. Transitional design can be particularly hard to pull off, combining conflicting styles cohesively presents many hurdles.
Transitional design is all the rage these days, with designers throwing the traditional rule book out the window, incorporating masculine elements into feminine spaces, playing with texture, color and material. There is a delicate art to mixing styles, with a clean room and neutral color pallet preferred.
Transitional designs incorporate soft, curved furnishings with straight lines and lacquered veneers. The Coco dining table from Domayne is a perfect example of transitional design.
The Coco dining table is dominated by a modern and stylish ceramic top. This high tech and ultra-contemporary material is resistant to cracks, knocks, and stains and is a breeze to clean. Pair this contemporary material with a mid-century inspired walnut veneer and understated metal legs, and you have a textbook example of transitional design.
The merging of contemporary and traditional materials can give your apartment a touch of elegance and class, with the added benefit of durability and comfort. The coco dining tables ceramic top is extraordinarily durable, being basically impervious to stains. The walnut veneer hints to a bygone era while protecting the sides from scratches or dings.
Create a flow throughout your apartment.
A dining table such as the Coco from Domayne will bring class and elegance to your apartment while keeping it in the present. Using similar pieces sparingly can create a design flow throughout your home. A dining table is nothing without some chairs, and the Coco dining chair continues to bring effortless transitional design to your apartment.
The Coco dining chair mirrors the Coco dining tables modern, minimalist metal legs, with a sleek and angular design affirming its place in the present. Following the transitional design, the Coco chairs are softened by almost vintage shaped plush cushions available in a cool, light blue or a palette cleansing grey.
The right mix.
Transitional styles are all about the right balance. Domayne has made it easier for you to create a transitional style in your home with the Coco range of furniture, but it doesn’t stop at furniture. Successful transitional designs usually start with a clean room, with a neutral color pallet. You can think if transitional design as a more vibrant take on traditional design. Keep accessories to a minimum, your choice of textures and furnishings should add detail and draw the eye without confusing it. Popular textural elements include glass, rattan and wood veneer.
Transitional design is a hot topic right now, and rightly so. If done right, it allows for a space that is entirely personal, blending the old and new for maximum effect. Pulling off such a mix of materials and styles can be difficult, but with thoughtfully designed furniture your job becomes that much easier.
If you are looking to bring a transitional design to your home, keep it neutral and simple with a select few pieces. Domayne’s Coco range is the perfect example of modern and traditional materials blended together for the perfect transitional look. Shop the entire range of Coco furniture at Domaynes website and get ready to transition into the future, today.