Waves of color wash over the acrylic L’eau chair by Calligaris, as if a pebble just splashed into its seat. Lightweight and stackable, the chairs fit right in with the home’s underwater theme. $207 at Hip Furniture, 1829 NW 25th Ave, ubhip.com
The late Pop artist Keith Haring was known for his strong lines and dynamic figures, often imbued with socially motivated messages. Two prints hang in the Gallaghers’ entryway. Find similar at art.com.
Breasts cascade down the porcelain base of the Georgia lamp by Jonathan Adler, creating a surrealist sculpture topped with a very traditional white shade. Two of them perch bedside in the Gallaghers’ master suite. $550 at Jonathan Adler, 1165 NW everett
The Sonos system beams sound in wirelessly, letting you play music directly from a computer. “Our speakers get a workout,” says Gretchen. “Our daughter plays Justin Bieber nonstop, and our sons can’t get enough of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis!” From $299 at
KNIT TO GLOW
Knitted cozies by Christina Peters cover the dining room and kitchen lights, with glass beads adding extra sparkle. “Tim said he wanted sweaters for the lamps,” Gretchen says. “We picked the colors, and Christina went for it.” Contact [email protected]
The simple lines, chunky forms, and wide color range of Bauer Pottery were a familiar American sight in the 1880s until the 1960s. Recently reintroduced based on the original designs, the new stoneware reflects its vintage roots in a vast spectrum of hue
The outdoor living area is anchored by a weighty fire pit, which Tim designed and his firm, Gallagher Designs, helped create. Five feet in diameter, the massive steel fire pit is finished with green automotive paint. On cool summer evenings, flames dance
Retro geometrics in an earth-toned Southwestern style come together in this throw pillow by Tanner Goods, with a wool cover from Pendleton Mills. Find similar at Tanner Goods, 1308 W Burnside St, tannergoods.com.