Irreverent Globe Trecker - Samson-Gamsky Residence

The rules of the game were "Break all the rules". Creating a space that looks like it's tastefully unruly requires a disciplined eye and acumen for applying the elements and principles of design in a way that evokes irreverence - which is exactly what she wanted! Photo by Aaron Ostrowski
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The rules of the game were "Break all the rules". Creating a space that looks like it's tastefully unruly requires a disciplined eye and acumen for applying the elements and principles of design in a way that evokes irreverence - which is exactly what she wanted! Photo by Aaron Ostrowski
“Eclectic good colors” — joypesaturo
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Some people would reserve this dining room for special occasions. Not so for the Samson Gamsky family. This is where breakfast, lunch and dinner are served every time they're stateside. United Kingdom, France, Italy, Middle East, South America - you can probably find something from every continent in this space. It's a delight to see how many different cultures make use of ...More
“painted shelf” — Erica Grivas
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You would not believe the view beyond that patio (next image will help). On the crest of Sunset Hill in Seattle, this family room is where everybody really lives. Meaningful conversations over tea and cookies happen here. Eclectic asymmetry rules the roost in the arrangements. Photo by Aaron Ostrowski
“nice window treatment” — susansigl
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Unobstructed views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains just beyond the master bedroom veranda. Wake up to a bright and sunny morning here whether the weather complies or not! Photo by Aaron Ostrowski
“wall colors” — estellably
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Pay your bills, shop online, watch a movie, read books, make stuff. The media room functions more like a smaller family room or den. The circular glass window glazing in the pointed arch window is original to the house built in the 1920's. Shelves and walls hold more of the treasures brought home from abroad. Photo by Aaron Ostrowski
“desk in back” — bethannsnowlee
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