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3. Design for Your LifestyleThink about how you live day to day and how your spaces will be used, and select furnishings and fabrics accordingly, Vaughan advises. “Making your home work well for you means using materials that work best for your lifestyle. Even if you don’t have an interior designer, you can find the right fabrics or pieces at design centers. Take advantage of the professionals that are available to help you.”This Scituate vacation home belongs to a family with children and dogs that loves to entertain. “The homeowner wanted a relaxed environment with lots of color and durability,” Vaughan says. “No one wants to be stressed on vacation — especially about your furniture. We used performance fabrics on all of the couches and chairs. It’s a gorgeous woven fabric that’s virtually indestructible.” More: For more information on Heather Vaughan and examples of her work, visit Heather Vaughan Design’s Houzz profile.This story was written by the Houzz Sponsored Content team.