My ranking criteria was aesthetic of the design, affordability, practicality, and use of green materials. Aesthetics - I think the aesthetics of this design were pretty good. There were a lot of elements that I liked and that other designers had also picked out. The elements from west elm I really liked. I think overall the design was just a little too modern, but that could have been okay. I think the many different colors made me feel like the design didn't flow through the downstairs. I wanted the green and gray from the dining room/family room to be repeated in the living room and dining room. Affordability - I like how the designer gave me the prices and names for all of the items and where to get them. That was really nice. This allows me to easily purchase an item that I like. Elements were mostly from all modern and could be easily obtained and design was in budget so that was great. Practicality - The main problem with this design was that it wasn't that practical. The dining room table was too small. It was the same size as the breakfast room table and that was a problem. We use that room when we have friends over, and so seating for 6 is a must. There also wasn't a card table in the living room, and the toy storage in the family room would probably get pretty disorganized. I am not sure what we would use the living room for in its current configuration. I didn't see much storage for toys in the toy room. And the animals in the toy room take up valuable real estate to play. I think they are nice to look at, but don't seem to have a purpose. Green materials - I didn't see this highlighted in the design. Things that I will use: My favorite part of this design was the master bedroom. I like the colors and the simplicity. I also like the colors and layout in the family room and the breakfast room. My partner isn't a fan of the hanging bulbs, but otherwise it looks good. Thanks for your design submission!