Traditional Kitchen, Living and Dining Room

Designer Nancy Snyder created an easy flow between this condo's living and dining spaces to give it an update while still keeping some of its original design intact.
By: Caroline Shannon-Karasik
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Traditional Space

Warm yellow walls paired with neutral furniture patterns complete the traditional look of the living room.
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Room to Room

The den area is kept simple to create a seamless transition between rooms.
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Between Two Rooms

A high-back conch provides a bit of room division between the living and dining areas.
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A Spot to Relax

Elegant armchairs are upholstered in a floral pattern, adding a decorative touch to the sitting area.
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Bright Lights

Decorative lighting fixtures are paired with simple recess lighting in the kitchen.
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Modern Touches

Warm, flat-front cabinets give the kitchen a modern look.
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Overhead Lighting

The decorative chandelier spotlights the kitchen sink area.
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Make an Entrance

Decorative archways and simple white trim give the entryway a beautiful finish.
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Best of Tradition

The result of Snyder's design is an all-over traditional living and dining space.
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