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Who says you have to choose between work and play? As a mother of two who launched an interior architecture and design firm from her home office, Lauren Sanchez understands the need for multifunctional work spaces. Here, she’s assembled cheerful pieces that serve the whole family: “The bulletin board can be covered with art projects and work schedules, and open shelving offers a place to display favorite books and the kids’ ceramic creations,” she says.

Charleston-based designer Regina Garcia says a designated “drop zone” can make it happen. “Every home has a nook where this can work—maybe a back hallway or in the kitchen,” she says. “It’s flexible and modular; no built-ins required!” Here, find her picks for a cohesive design that keeps chaos at bay

From The Met’s Roman wonders to the Gibbes’ Rotunda, museum designer Jeff Daly recreates our experience of art

 

Interior designer Cortney Bishop turns her love-at-first-sight “impulse buy” into inspired family digs filled with bold pairings and eclectic antiques