Stephanie Brown renovates Vancouver home to have “fewer formalised spaces”

Large family get-togethers are enjoyed in the open-concept living spaces at this house in Vancouver, which interior designer Stephanie Brown has overhauled with entertaining in mind.

The home is situated in a quiet, upscale neighborhood in the Canadian city. Built in 1991, it originally featured a postmodern aesthetic, while subsequent renovations favoured the craftsmen style.

The layout of the home was reorganised to create a double-height foyer

Its latest iteration was devised by local studio Stephanie Brown, who was asked to design the interiors by homeowners Joanne and Alan.

The couple has a blended family with six grown-up children, and while only one still lives at home, the others return

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