We realize you’re probably in the midst of Black Friday hustle and bustle, but allow us to interrupt your shopping adventures momentarily. We’ve curated our monthly selections from the #IDCOatHome feed, and this is (dare we say) one of the best to date. Featuring projects from designers across the country, we continue to be stunned with the work published in our feed, and we have you to thank for it.
With 158k posts in #IDCOatHome, selecting favorites is no easy task, so we’ve chosen to highlight a variety of style genres. You’ll find well-designed kitchens, bathrooms, entryways, and even a bit of holiday style to round out the post. As always, don’t forget to tag your posts with #IDCOatHome for a chance to be featured.
Good things take time, and no one understands that quite like Liz Mearns of Imagine Design. She carefully sourced each piece in this entryway, but when the painting arrived damaged, she worked with a framer to restore it to perfection. The finished product is a foyer that invites you to step inside a well-styled home.
We’ve said it once, and we’ll say it again: Sabrina Albanese is a true artist. She combined color, texture, dimension, and style for a living room design that feels entirely unexpected—green sofas for the win.
Cane furniture is having a moment, but we’re predicting its popularity is here to stay. Luckily, designers like Julia Longchamps are ensuring this on-trend style stays timeless. Paired with crisp bedding and neutral layers, this retreat is a space we’d love to call our own.
Leave it to Kelsey Leigh Design to take a simple bathroom and make it an oasis. Between the soaking tub, the green shower tiles, and the abundance of natural light, it’s the ultimate spot to relax and unwind.
The ladies of Light and Dwell Interiors confessed they have zero chill about their latest project photos, and truthfully, neither do we. They managed to design a muted, tonal living room with tons of visual interest, and our favorite moment? The textural addition of a neutral boucle chair.
Good storage is a must for the modern kitchen, but Jenny of J. Reiko Design took it one step further. She placed an entire coffee corner behind the prettiest cabinet doors, and you can swipe here to see it in action.
You might remember our recent interview with Katie Monkhouse where she described her style as inherently Californian. True to form, this dining room project delivers those West Coast vibes with a punch of moody green for good measure.
Erica Bryant was a new discovery on the #IDCOatHome feed, and we’re so happy to have come across her work. She shared a glimpse inside this Omaha kitchen, which further proves that the mushroom-colored cabinet trend has tons of staying power.
If you think you’ve seen the best kitchen islands, think again. This larger-than-life island invites everyone to pull up a seat in the coolest woven chair. P.S. you can grab more peeks inside the home right this way.
Interior Design: @jennasuedesign
It’s technically less than 24 hours after Thanksgiving, but we’re fully ready for the wreaths, garlands, and greenery. Jenna Sue Design is showing us how it’s done with a wreath above the stove styled with the Georgie rug from the new Amber Lewis X Loloi collection.
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