I need to confess something: I'm a millennial. I'd like to think there are lots of ways I subvert my generation's stereotypes (I'm really, really terrible at taking selfies), but there's one where I fall completely in line with my peers: I think everything can be done over the Internet. So when virtual design platform Decorist invited me to see the house they designed entirely over the web, I expected great things.

The house in Seattle's Queen Anne neighborhood didn't let me down. Room and room proved that a great designer (and Decorist has more than 100 of them in their network) can make magic out of photos and measurements.

Let's jump to my favorite parts.

The foyer by Lindhesse Design makes awesome use of Brian Paquette's wallpaper line.

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Previous Sunset Idea House designer Brian Paquette created a living room that held its own against the view of the Space Needle out those windows.

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The two-story fireplace was clad in steel and made me swoon.

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Gorgeous details styled by Cassandra Lavalle.

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Ashley Redmond totally warmed up this modern eating area with that light and that table. (And even though I didn't grab a shot, she also remodeled this home's kitchen from afar. So cool.)

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And, you know, that view isn't bad either.

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One of my favorite parts of the house is all the brass and gold touches everywhere. I love how it adds an edge to this family room designed by Massucco Warner Miller.

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Pulp Design Studios turned a wide hallway upstairs into a lounge and office. I probably took 15 photos of that witty art.

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This room by Katja O'Brien is meant for a young girl but I'd lay down in that bed and never get up if it were mine. And it was so nice to see an Abnormals Anonymous wallpaper installed.

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Lastly, the boy's room by Melissa Schneck won me over with that blue and orange color scheme.

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See anything you like? You're in luck--all the furnishings from the house are available at ATG Stores, which I had honestly not heard of, but now am pinning products from right and left. What do you think, would you try virtual design?

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