Last year saw flocks of families flee the cities for more space in the suburbs or taking up permanent residence in vacation homes. In some cases, finding ourselves cohabitating with multiple generations or bunking up with new partners. Whether you moved or stayed in place, the change of scenery and/or fellow dwellers meant time to reimagine your space with multiple workstations, dedicated exercise spaces, kid-friendly zones and outdoor escapes. While the functions may have changed, form is more important than ever. But what do you do when your new living partner or partners don’t share your design aesthetic? Dwayne Bergmann shares tips on blending styles to achieve a cohesive home you’ll all love.

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