Spatial Relations | Transitional
Our environments can nurture and enhance our lives. What Spatial Relations does is “nurture nature”—both inside and outside your home—by solving design issues and introducing living and manmade materials to enhance your sense of place and comfort.
Designed Interiors, Interior Design, Exteriors, Landscape Design, Boulder, Colorado, Denver Colorado
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Eclecticism in contemporary design


The days of a straightforward traditional look are a thing of the past. Because of the eclecticism we see in contemporary design, the term that fits is transitional. It can incorporate a Craftsman look, a Postmodern, or even a Shabby Chic beach look.