Friday, February 5, 2016

~the Seattle showhouse~{&giveaway}

I recently had the pleasure of touring the Seattle Showhouse presented by ATG Stores.

This home was 100% virtually designed by 8 designers using over 350 products from ATG Stores.

If you would like to see more photos and details, including bits about each designer and links to products, go here.

Let's get this tour started with the foyer designed by LindHesse Design.
I love all the bold geometric design choices.
That wallpaper is stunning!

Moving on to my favorite room in the house which was a combo kitchen/dining/sitting area, designed by Ashley Redmond who I had the pleasure of meeting when I was there. 
I didn't get good overall photos of this space, so definitely go here to see more!

Onto the living room designed by Seattle designer Brian Paquette.
This room was equally one of my favorites. I love the vintage rug he brought in to compliment the ATG Store products, and the view over the Seattle skyline was amazing!

A glimpse of Brian being interviewed. 

Off of the living room was this sweet unexpected room of pink and white, the family room.
This room was designed by Massucco Warner Miller.

Heading upstairs to the office in the landing designed by Pulp Design Studios.

The master bedroom was fantastic, and the designer Alexa Hampton was so funny!

Remember to see the rest of the rooms and additional photos, go here!

Now, how would you like the chance to win $100 to spend online at ATG Stores? 
Just leave me a comment telling me your favorite room featured and why, and I will pick a winner to be announced a week from today back here on the blog.
Be sure to leave me your email address so I can contact you if you win! 



Tracie OB said...

Hard choice to be sure - but I'd have to say the loft-office - I love the colors-that couch! I also love the railing and the pictures are so cool - all those eyes

Lauren said...

Definitely the office. I've been considering going dark in our office/library and this was great inspiration! Love the whole showhouse, though!

Kathysue said...

I really loved the living room it was warm and inviting and the use of neutrals was perfect, not boring, just inviting!

Bonnie said...

I love the dining room. I'm super intrigued by the table!

Edith Newsom said...

Yup, definitely the office/loft. Who wouldn't love to work there. The colors choices are amazing, a mix of modern and a little french country. Love, Love, Love!

Meegan said...

I love the kitchen/dining/sitting area. It is so amazing and definitely my style of decor. Amazing!

Jenny said...

I love the gray sofa & all the plants on the office landing.

Kristin said...

I loved that an upholstered headboard was used in the boys bedroom. I would have thought it would be too feminine, but the room turned out great. It's nice to see something different.

Sarah said...

This was fun! Thanks for taking us along.

The Anzil Family said...

Love the family room with the soft pretty! Thanks for sharing!

slip4 said...

My favorite is the living room - that sofa! Those chandeliers! Wow, such impact, and yet homey at the same time. The whole house is amazing.

Tanya Mock said...

The chandelier in the dining room / open concept kitchen is amazing! No wait, I love the main living space with the tufted leather sofa ..... such a beautiful home. I really like the more masculine spaces on the main floor. The geometric wallpaper .... very cool.

Anonymous said...

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Debbie said...

The living room is definitely my favorite! That rug!

sydney85 said...

My favorite is the kitchen/dining/sitting area. Fabulous use of space and color.

Little Vintage Cottage said...

Wow, I really love that dining room. The light, the wood table, all the plants... LOVE!


Erin Prohaska said...

The family room! I am absolutely loving the pink/coral vibe! Those layered rugs, the couch (legs...ugh). So good! Thanks for the visual treat and the opportunity! ([email protected])

Mary Deckert said...

My favorite room is the family room. So beautiful and calming. The light from those large windows and the relaxed feel of the room was wonderful.

karenann8 said...

My favorite room is the kitchen. It has such nice clean lines and the dark cabinets against the white counter top is just striking.

Ace said...

My favorite is definitely the Family Room! Pink is my favorite color and I love the mirror and gorgeous rug!
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Priscilla Slockett said...

I loved the kitchen/dining area. The lighting fixture over that beautiful table is so great, and very unique. I must say my second thought was, I wonder how you clean it? ! Still beautiful! !

Priscilla Slockett said...

I loved the kitchen/dining area. The lighting fixture over that beautiful table is so great, and very unique. I must say my second thought was, I wonder how you clean it? ! Still beautiful! !

Carol Roy said...

Although not a fan of the modern style, I really enjoyed the tour. Everything was put together so beautifully. Felt very lush! My favorite was the gallery wall on the stairway to the office. The partial paintings were so unexpected! Thanks for sharing.
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meghan h. said...

I like the kitchen and dining area the best. I love all of the natural textures in the room.

Anne Pikula said...

The kitchen is my favorite. I love the colors, attractive design and all the decorator items used to pull it together. And the space is so nice & bright!

Cheryl said...

That kitchen is gorgeous all because of that Moroccan area rug! The W chairs and the hoop chairs are the icing on this cake. But then they added that spectacular multi-light pendant over the table. Just perfect!

Alina Conn said...

My favorite room would have to be the Living Room. Love the modern vintage feel of the furnishing and that patterned rug is to die for! apicazo at umich dot edu

Stafford Brix said...

The Foyer is by far my favorite. It's so dramatic but right on spot! That patterned wall is STUNNING, as well as that rounded mirror with the gold border. DROOLING!

phyl bowles said...

YES, "unexpected". This family room could only comfortably coexist with the others if the owner had a touch of multiple personality disorder, I believe. My first instinct was that, pretty as it is, the room looks somewhat hotel-like. Then I began to admire the not over-decorated look. The use of wicker with modern sofa is lovely. I really liked the rug, layered over jute. The mix of pillows looked perfect to my eye. Those white enamelled "prickly mirrors! OH, and the quiet grasscloth wallpaper. Are the flowers responsible for the lovely light in this room? Was the room photographed at sunset? Thank you for sharing these photos.

Judith said...

Never thought I would like a black sofa but the one in the loft office makes my heart sing. Feminine yet not frou-frou. Love it paired with the Lucite footstools/coffee tables. Everything is perfection. [email protected]

Erin Kaven said...

I'm lovin' the girls bedroom. So switchable between a girl and a guest room (yes, my kids are kicked to the curb, uh family room pull out, when company comes) with light, bright and fresh colors. The stools at the foot of the bed are so versatile. Without taking up extra space they could be used as a luggage rack, moved to a vanity for applying make up, extra seating for before bed chats with sis. And the hanging chair is great. I can see my teen snuggled up inside on her phone or reading a book (or reading a book on her phone..) Headboard padding, love it, want it. [email protected]

Angelica Kalatzi said...

Beautiful home! I love the living room for its dramatic fire place and the choice of colors.
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Irishnana said...

I really like the combo kitchen/dining/sitting area -- the use of black & white with the "rustic" wood table & natural seats of the chairs (plus the GREEN plants -- which would probably die if they were in my place LOL - so maybe I'd put in some deep kelly green accents, like drapes). I've checked the follow up box

Sean C said...

That Dining Room with the Light Pendant and Moroccan Rug are just PERFECTION! The mixture of the different color of woods is brilliant as well. It's indeed a beautiful home overall. The pattern of the rug with the smooth lines of the dining table work very well and are very pleasing to the eye. connsean at yahoo dot com

Elizabeth {the Path Less Traveled} said...

mm, probably either the living room or the upstairs landing - those sofas are so dreamy!

Dana Black said...

I'm particularly fond of the "unexpected pink room!" Who doesn't love a little pink thrown in here and there! It looks very calming. It's a place I would love to spend time in. Love, love, love the mirrors. Simply understated and beautiful at the same time!
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Debbie Reynolds said...

I am torn between the family room and the master bedroom. Both rooms give a feeling of serenity.Beautiful!
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Anonymous said...

Loved the kitchen/dining/sitting area... the mixed metals and wood... and especially the light fixture!
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Nicole Orrell said...

I love the kitchen/dining/living room and how the designs flow well between them. I am really loving black cabinets in a kitchen, with the warm woods and pretty plants... I am slowly trying to bring more of these colors into my current design plan.

And can we talk about that light over the dining room table?

Anonymous said...

My favorite spot is the dining area, I love the dining room table!
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Irishnana said...

Rather than publish my email, I checked the follow-up comment box. You can leave a comment to contact you. I'm a subscriber. Thanks for your wonderful blog, Melain.

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I also like the combo kitchen/sitting area for the simple reason that it looks really welcoming and comfortable. the style seems to combine the clean, simple aesthetic that I associate with the pacific northwest with something I always look for, the feeling of hygge, or coziness. a lot of the individual pieces and features of the space make it feel like a place I would like to be! rosh

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