Transitional Style with Jewel Tones

Newtown Square, PA

This client was a longtime fan of Henck Design’s Interior Design work and has followed along over the years via Instagram. When she and her husband reached out to the HD Team to discuss working on this new construction home together in Newtown Square, we were honored. This home redesign took place at the popular Toll Brothers development, Liseter and the client was most excited about incorporating transitional style furniture, rugs and lighting for each room.

The goals for this transitional style design project were to create a light and airy modern farmhouse feel while remaining timeless. Near the sought after area of Philadelphia’s Main Line area, this residential neighborhood has grown leaps and bounds in recent years due to its proximity from the popular Episcopal Academy right down the road from Wayne and Radnor, PA.

Upon entering the home, there’s a rotunda foyer. The transitional decor gives a quiet luxury feel and adds a warm welcome for these happy interior design clients daily. The curved staircase’s traditional architecture adds a classic appeal to the soft modern farmhouse furniture with sophisticated neutral home accessories and decor.

With natural elements like fiddle leaf fig trees, cherry blossom bouquets, and a white grass rug, this refreshing palette allows for both neutrals and pops of natural color to bloom in the space. Custom upholstered pink and white chairs maintain the traditional feel of the home with a classic Bushwig Fils print fabric.

The greatest feature of this Suburban home is the warm & relaxed dining room. Henck Design kept this space simple to allow the natural elements to come together. The modern chandelier ties the room together with a fresh glow that adds an ethereal touch to the dining room.

The goals in designing the living room were simple: we wanted to keep the space relaxing, while also bright and sophisticated. Vivid Jewel tones give the space an overall glam feeling; white upholstered furniture, oversized gray velvet stools, and a patterned white and gray rug frame the room. The pair of custom deep turquoise armchairs feature Osbourne and Little upholstery fabric alongside ceramic wall art, and home accessories, there’s a level of sophistication required for this interior design’s success.

The adjacent kitchen shares a splash of color with a blue island. Gold pendants over the island add drama to the space and create a polished look. Solid stone backsplash and white cabinets keep this kitchen design light and bright, echoing the fresh overtones of this Newtown Square Interior.
While the living room, dining room, and kitchen kept a neutral palette with pops of color, the master bedroom shone with overall jewel tone and touches of neutral design elements. Luxurious nightstands and oversized dressers add to the glamorous feeling and the dramatic wall paint colors in Benjamin Moore shade Dragonfly brings the impact needed to support the surrounding neutral furnishings. Custom Roman shades and a recessed tray ceiling accentuate the dramatic jewel tones of the space, while gold sconces and a chandelier keep it warm.

This home’s sunny palette is cheerful and appealing to all who enter. The Newtown Square home just shy of Philadelphia’s Main Line manages to perfectly capture the client’s colorful personality. Our clients have never been happier and the beautiful new construction home is sure to be the envy of the development.

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