Based on extensive interviews with our clients, our challenges were to create an environment that was an artistic mix of traditional and transitional. They wanted it dramatic and sophisticated. They also wanted each item to be special and unique, as well as artistic. Because our clients were young and have an active son, they wanted their home to be comfortable, beautiful and practical. The clients wanted a sophisticated and up-to-date look. They loved neutral, brown, turquoise and orange. The other challenge we faced, was to give each room its own identity while maintaining a consistent flow throughout the home. Each space shared a similar colors and uniqueness, while the furnishings, draperies, and accessories provided individuality to each room.We incorporated comfortable and stylish furniture with beautiful accents in pillows, throws, artwork and accessories. Each piece was selected to not only be unique, but to create a artistic and sophisticated environment. We hunted the home furnishing markets for all the perfect accents and artwork that are the jewelry in this artistic living area.Some of the selections included transitional moldings, walnut floors and a backsplash with mosaic glass tile. In the living room we went with a more transitional look, but used some traditional accents such as the embroidered casement fabric and the paisley fabric on the chair and pillows. A traditional bow front chest with a crackled turquoise lacquer was used in the foyer.