My ranking criteria were aesthetic of the design, affordability, practicality, and use of green materials. Aesthetics - I think the aesthetics of this design were great. I loved the color choices and how they were repeated through the downstairs. The red is a particularly good choice because it brings out the neutral tones. I liked the use of crown molding to mask the wood windows and to create balance. The only room that wasn't as good as the rest was the master bedroom. This room was hard because of the existing furniture, but the choice of blue and yellow seemed too loud for sleeping. However, out of all of the designs this was the one I thought looked the best. Affordability - I like how the designer gave me the prices and names for all of the items right with the design. That was really nice. This allows me to easily purchase an item that I like. I didn't see the prices with the items so I don't know if the design was in budget, but it appears to be having looked at some of the items. Practicality - The design was very practical, but did miss some of the elements that I wanted. There wasn't a card table in the living room. My son's room and the toy room were flipped, leaving no place for the queen bed. This would mean that guests would sleep in the twin beds? I would have preferred to leave the queen bed in my son's room and to add additional beds to the toy room leaving ample room for guests to spend the night, including my son's friends. Green materials - I didn't see this highlighted in the design. Things that I will use: My favorite part of this design was the downstairs. Beautiful! I will use the color scheme and some of the items. Thanks for your design submission!