No matter the size of your space, every nook and cranny in your home plays its own unique role. The most glaring example? The living room and family room spaces. Depending on where you live and, more importantly, how you live, you might have one or the other… or both!
There’s no real difference between a living room versus a family room, at least as far as the floor plan is concerned. But the two terms definitely carry different meanings to the people who live their lives between those walls. So we spoke to five interior design experts about these living spaces to discover five key differences that separate living rooms and family rooms.
If you grew up with a relative who covered their high-end living room furniture in plastic, you’ve experienced (quite tangibly) one of the core differences people perceive between living and family rooms. Living rooms are commonly