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Floral wall decals, football-focused decor, and a wine cellar basement make this Vancouver home functional for the whole family.
Some considerations to make when designing a home for a young family: durable materials. Storage space. Personal touches. And, most importantly, versatility. When Peter Rose Architecture and Stephanie Brown Inc. took on this new Vancouver build, top of mind was how the clients—a young family—would grow and change in the years to come. The modern farmhouse vision needed to be both functional and dynamic for the kids. But that doesn’t mean the grown-ups were neglected (keep reading for the basement lounge and wine cellar).
Photos by Janis Nicolay.
Originally published November 2021
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