Favorites from the #IDCOatHome Feed

If you’re a regular here on the blog, you know we share one post each month featuring our favorite content from the #IDCOatHome feed. It’s a chance for us to showcase 10 designer’s latest work, and it’s also a fun way to keep a close eye on new trends sweeping across the industry. True to form, you all have managed to raise the bar even higher, making this month’s round-up one of the very best to date. We’re so grateful to everyone who’s helped make this hashtag happen, and as always, we can’t wait to see what you’ll share next.

Make sure to tag your project photos with #IDCOatHome for a chance to be featured each month.



standouts from the #idcoathome feed


Kitchen renovation with black barstools and blue tile backsplash, design by Katie Monkhouse

Interior Design: @katiemonkhouseinteriors | Photography: @margaretaustin_photo



Katie Monkhouse recently gave us a look inside her latest work, and it managed to stop us in our scroll. Her team oversaw a full renovation of this Marin Country, California home, and this kitchen design is second to none.


Mid-century modern bedroom with tonal wallpaper, design by Stefani Stein

Interior Design: @stefanisteinla | Photography: @amybartlam



We consider Stefani Stein the ultimate ‘cool girl’ of interior design. Her spaces always have a way of feeling effortlessly chic, and this West Hollywood bedroom is no different. Those earthy green pillows are such an unexpected moment, and that’s exactly why we love her.


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Linen banquette seating in black pepper, design by Light & Dwell

Interior Design: @lightanddwell



If you’ve never considered banquette seating, allow this scene from Light & Dwell to serve as inspiration. With plenty of room for everyone, we couldn’t think of a cozier spot to enjoy a family meal.


Colorful and modern bedroom design by The Habitat Collective

Interior Design: @thehabitatcollective | Photography: @christinemichelleinteriors



Take one look at The Habitat Collective’s #projectnamastayinthegables, and you’ll be ready to pack your bags for Florida. The entire home feels like a tropical oasis, but this bedroom with original artwork by @jaivasicek manages to steal the show.



White freestanding bathtub with woven pendant lighting, design by Kelsey Leigh Design Co.

Interior Design: @kelseyleighdesignco | Photography: @emilyhartphoto



Sometimes you just need an escape at the end of a long day—a place to mentally unplug and relax with zero distractions. This bathtub scene from Kelsey Leigh Design perfectly fits the bill with no detail left untouched.


Statement gold chandelier dining room lighting, design by Tyler Interiors

Interior Design: @tylerinteriorsdesign | Photography: @laurasumrak




We love a good brass + wood moment, and this one is no exception. Designed by Natalie of Tyler Interiors, it’s the ultimate dining room set-up, with beautiful drapery to tie it all together.


Living room built-ins featuring Farrow & Ball's Down Pipe, design by Donnie Wales

Interior Design: @donniewalesinteriors | Photography: @annastathakiphoto



As one of our favorite designers from across the pond, Donnie Wales has done it once again. Using Farrow & Ball’s Down Pipe grey, she spiced up these built-ins with tons of heightened drama. PS: don’t miss our lineup of 12 Dark + Moody Interiors for even more inspiration.


Guest bathroom with mixed metal finishes, design by Brooke Wagner

Interior Design: @brookewagnerdesign | Photography: @manololangis



Consider this guest bathroom a lesson in the beauty of mixed metals. With not one but three different metal finishes, this space manages to feel entirely fresh yet cohesive all at once.



Hidden washer and dryer in kitchen with custom built-ins, design by KH Interiors

Interior Design: @kh.interiors | Photography: @hugo.landa.garcia



Believe it or not, Kristin Hildebrand of KH Interiors managed to squeeze her clients’ washer and dryer behind these beautiful built-ins. Swipe here for the reveal, and you’ll be one thousand percent amazed at her problem-solving genius.


Dining room floral drapery, design by Rebecca Gibbs

Interior Design: @rebeccagibbs.design



If anyone could pull off floral drapery, it’s Rebecca Gibbs. She’s one of those designers who’s never afraid to play with pattern, and the result is always stunning.



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