A modern take on the baroque aesthetic, this gorgeous white interior offers plenty of inspiration for a blended era theme. This expertly staged home at Chelsea Square shows just how seamless transitional interiors can be.
The dining room is light and airy, the skylight providing an incredible atmosphere. Delicate birdcage chandeliers offer an effortlessly whimsical mood lighting solution – they transition well into a more modern motif, blending just as well with the steel and leather sofa set as they do with the provincial dining arrangement.
Small hints of extremely elaborate detail garnish some of the main space furniture but the intricate scrollwork really comes into its own in the master bedroom. Louis XV armchairs and the striking headboard are impossibly elegant, distressed just enough to break up the expanse of crisp white.
We hope this Chelsea Square interior helps you feel more confident about embracing mixed era selections – there is just so much room to experiment, worth a try if you find a piece you just cannot pass up.