Interior Design — How To Design A Two-Storey Family Room

Designers Rachel Keach and Diane Ernjakovic of One Three Design share a bright main floor they designed for a young family. See how they used architectural …
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23 thoughts on “Interior Design — How To Design A Two-Storey Family Room”

  1. wo…their talking styles so different. almost seemed like a sketch comedy skit. I was more focused on that rather than the space that didn't really catch my attention but is nice.

  2. Before/After photos would be VERY helpful.  Also, just speak-instead of intentionally modulating the ups and downs of your voices.  Maybe check out Rebecca Robeson's videos.  I'd scoot the round table to in between the chairs in the eating area by the window- that way it won't ever be in the way and is still useful.  And how about a lamp or two there- the current situation only has overhead lighting for nighttime.  Thank you.

  3. I think it's so challenging to decorate such a large space, but the two of you did a great job.  I especially love the furniture i.e. double ottomans and chair nook in the dining room. =)

  4. Man these ladies had a challenge on their hands with clients who have such a low taste level. I mean at least their taste is super bland suburban. The French word for their taste would be bouf. I applaud these ladies for bringing some contemporary pieces into the space even if its just the light fixtures and cabinetry hardware lol. Bravo ladies, I can see you were designing with all four hands tied behind your backs. How frustrating this job must have been for you guys. That's why you kept saying "they loved it!" lmao.

  5. I have a 22' ceiling in my living room. I took note of how the wall molding was built up. The ceiling treatment is out of my budget but I would be willing to try a darker colour to add some dimension and interest.

  6. Beautiful home. I really like it. However, I question if it is optimal for "kids" and "dogs" with respect to the white colour base. But, the place is very bright and open. Rachel and Diane did an awesome job on the lighting, window treatments and fixtures. I do think they mentioned that the budget was an issue so they had to keep certain features and furniture. I think because of the openness of the space, the high ceilings and the light it could have used a more "saturated" colour scheme maybe? Awesome job, thanks for sharing your work.

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