10 Clever Home Hacks | Interior Design

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Interior Designer Rebecca Robeson walks you through her home and details 10 clever changes she made to her home.
Follow along for the ride and see what its takes to create luxury homes.
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Directed and Produced by Robeson Design.
Videography by Matthew Moran
Editing by Dorian Tucker
Royalty free music by Epidemic Sound


LCMary62 says:

Low ceilings in entryways are a classic masterwork architecture move. The expression of “compress and release” is well know to all who have studied Frank Lloyd Wright and the other masters. The “Compression” in a low ceiling-ed entryway causes you to not know what to expect, but to move you into the main room, which has a higher ceiling, thus “Releasing” you and changing your expectations and causing you to feel released.

One should never have a “grand entrance” to anything but a truly ostentatious home. The entrance prepares your guests and the inhabitants for a feeling of happiness, release and comfort once in the main living space.

You are lucky they weren’t able to open up the ceiling in your entry way. It would ruin the feel of any good home. 🙂

Yes, the old family room and bedroom were truly hideous. What is it with old people and their wall paper? Bleh. Great job in the bedroom, family room/now dining room and that kitchen! 🙂

Wine Wyne says:

Very impressive. I barely comment on youtube vids. but I am gonna do it for this vid. This is the best interior design channel ever. Every transformation is clever. subscribed. gonna watch and like all the videos.

fawad nassim says:

Hi. I really like the foyer mirror I gotta remove mine .very new nice

sheila stevenson says:

Rebecca, you deserve your own show to be able to help these designers understand that not everyone has a million dollars to blow out their entire house at one time. You are awesome!!!

Deano Dotson says:

I love your show.

Angie Nimo says:

wow where do i start…….i love the entry way, the big mirror i wouldnt have thought of, the colour on you bedroom wall awesome and the stair railing wonderful. however if it were my place, i would add open shelving on the bare wall in the kitchen made of espresso wood to create that balance. also the dinning needs some form of art on that mantle…..

Bruno Tonisson says:


dannymommens says:

iv noticed your “logo” in your staircase

Maria Margarida Monteiro says:

thanks 4 charing

roslee sulong says:

Whats the colour of your new wall? is it pure white?

The warrior says:

اللهم فرق جمعهم و مزقهم و لا تجمعهم على كلمة و لا على رجل و سلط بعظهم على بعض !!! لم يعد في العمر متسع من الوقت لبناء أو حتى جمع مال

weldinflowers says:

looks fantastic! great energy and keen designer

Jennifer Hill says:

The music is intrusive, way too loud

Farida Pambos says:

Why some people clicked Dislike? What not to dislike? My favorites are: Glass linen cupboard and big mirror.

Sherrie Speck says:

You’re very fun. First time watching one of your videos. Loaded with many fabulous ideas!!

Novel Remodeling - Affordable General Contractor says:

Excellent hacks! love it.

Sytse Buwalda says:

It looks great!! A Feng Shue specialist though would faint seeing this huge mirror facing the front door 😉 IIn the ancient Chinese practice of feng shui, a mirror facing the front door is considered a hindrance to good energy flow through the house.

Sophie Wallace says:

Such a talented lady. How I wish I had her vision!

Jeannie Arnold says:

I’m surprised you still have those kitchen countertops.  Time to go.

Rd Bull says:

Beautiful home! Rather than just spend, spend, spend, it’s smart budgeting and some very clever solutions.

Siena Ross says:

You’re an amaaaaazng designer. Disguising that hearth was brilliant, brilliant, brilliant. And that shutter to the right of the kitchen window, WOW. Transformational on a big scale. Next time I’m rich, I’ll have you up to Seattle to do my entire house!

Erik Brassell says:

You’re really really good at what you do!

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