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Family Room for Five

By: Kate Brimer
November 25, 2014
Designer Rebecca Driggs transforms a family room into a stylish haven with custom furniture and bold drapes.
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Photo: Rebecca Driggs. From: Rebecca Driggs.

Go With the Flow

Positioning furniture was challenging in this family room because it opens to the adject kitchen, foyer and back hallway. Small matching armchairs don't block the flow into the room, making the space feel open and inviting.

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Design Pro

Custom-built furniture and printed drapery add character to this classic and comfortable family room for five.

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Window Treatment

To add a colorful punch to the room's neutral color palette, designer Rebecca Driggs added bold striped drapes. Corresponding accent pillows brighten the light furniture.

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Perfect Fit

A custom-built 110" sofa nestles perfectly between the built-in bookshelf and the door to the porch. "Don't be afraid to go custom!" says designer Rebecca Driggs.

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