Color, pattern, and texture run wild in the Gallaghers’ house, from the wall of printed metal scales that Tim hung in the living room to the back patio illuminated by a steel fire pit, the knitted lampshades in the dining areas, and the inspirational adages throughout.

In the May issue of Portland Monthly, At Home readers will:

← Explore an inspiring residence mixing family-friendly DIY home design with high style in Northwest Portland. 

◊ Learn how to grow layered, packed-in plants for spring gardening success.

◊ Find flexitarian chef Abby Fammartino's recipe for gluten-free potato gnocchi, a spring dish almost anyone can enjoy (complete with a how-to video!).

◊ Get our picks for your calendar this month, from Woodburn's Tulip Fest to McMenamins' UFO Festival.

◊ Listen in to our interview with food politics guru Michael Pollan as he discusses his new book, Cooked: a Natural History of Transformation.

◊ Discover how WeVillage, a Portland drop-in childcare start-up, is giving modern parents better daycare choices.

◊ Open up the Trophy Case filled with May's best locally-made stuff, from inspired local spring dresses to tees lampooning our neighbors across the Columbia. 

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