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Menlo Mod
Menlo Mod
Mansfield + O'Neil
John Lum Architecture Paul Dyer Photography
Purdue
Purdue
Helton Residential
Floating marble hearth in this transitional family room is adjoined by a wet bar for entertaining.
Living Room
Living Room
Martha O'Hara Interiors
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Library wall
Library wall
Krieger + Associates Architects, Inc.
At one end of a large living room in this 19th century renovated carriage house, a bookshelf wall helps define and organize a cozy office space.
1210 Macdonald Ranch
1210 Macdonald Ranch
Luxury-Designer
Open Concept Great Room with Custom Sectional and Custom Fireplace
Living Room
Living Room
Robeson Design
Desirous of a lounge type living room, Rebecca creates a comfortable conversation area with 4 upholstered chairs facing each other. The casual jute ottoman placed in the center of the grouping adds to the causal nature of this family friendly home. This highly fashionable yet comfortable style takes this home beyond Moms Traditional to todays Modern Transitional style fit for any young and growing family. The brown and cream damask is Barclay Butera's 30369.86 is available from Kravet through Designers and was used on the stationary window treatment panels as well as throw pillows used on each chair. Click the link above for video of YouTube’s most watched Interior Design channel with Designer Rebecca Robeson as she shares the beauty of her remarkable remodel transformations. *Tell us your favorite thing about this project before you put it into your Ideabook. Photos by David Hartig
A family room – also referred to as a rumpus room or games room – is more casual and informal than a living room. Designed for relaxation and entertainment, it’s the go-to spot to kick back, watch TV, play music or while away hours playing a gaming console. Because it serves multiple functions, it often requires lots of storage space for the likes of DVDs, books and toys, and should be able to include everything from a comfy couch and occasional chairs to a TV, entertainment unit, desk and bookshelf.

When you're planning your home and aren't sure where to start, the right architect can help you plan the space, and a cabinet maker can work with you to build customised storage options for your family needs. Below are some tips to get you started. Have a read and start saving some ideas for your project!

What storage should I include in my family room or rumpus?


Before you start buying furniture and decorating, look at your storage needs. If you have young kids, built-in cabinets, toy boxes or chests can help store toys that would otherwise be littered across the floor or stuffed inside the couch. Families with movie buffs or gaming enthusiasts will also need cabinets that are capable of stowing and concealing small electronics like DVD players and game consoles. And, if someone is still studying in your home, an office desk with drawers or a file cabinet is a worthy investment that will encourage good work habits.

How can I decorate my rumpus room?


The family room is often tucked away from more formal areas, so use the opportunity to get creative with your furniture and decor. Key furniture items, such as your couch and entertainment unit, are best kept neutral, so they can outlast any interior updates, while armchairs, coffee tables and any storage solutions can be more offbeat. Add colourful accessories to brighten up the space, and remember you can always swap these out should you get sick of your colour scheme. Curtains, rugs, throws and pillows are an easy way to add colour, while mirrors, floor or table lamps and ceiling lights will help bounce light throughout the space. Wall-hung artwork is a temporary way to add style and character, or you could be brave and add a colourful accent wall instead. As the main living space in your home, your rumpus room should be welcoming and personality-filled, so be sure to decorate it with personal knickknacks and family photos, too.

Whether you want inspiration for planning a family room renovation or are building a designer family room from scratch, Houzz has 499,950 images from the best designers, decorators, and architects in the country, including Sita Montgomery Interiors and Mansfield + O'Neil. Look through family room photos in different colours and styles and when you find a family room design that inspires you, save it to an Ideabook or contact the Pro who made it happen to see what kind of design ideas they have for your home. Explore the beautiful family room ideas photo gallery and find out exactly why Houzz is the best experience for home renovation and design.