Joanna Linberg

The living room in ATG's Seattle showhouse, designed by Brian Paquette Interiors. (Joanna Linberg / Sunset Publishing)

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.

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

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Joanna Linberg / Sunset Publishing

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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Joanna Linberg / Sunset Publishing

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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Joanna Linberg / Sunset Publishing

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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The so-great-it-might-be-fake view from the house. (Joanna Linberg / Sunset Publishing)

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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