Favorites from the #IDCOatHome Feed

If we’ve learned anything about how to make a hashtag happen, it’s the importance of engagement. Sure, a few practical steps help a hashtag take off, but when all is said and done, fostering conversation is what it’s really about. With more than 150k posts in the #IDCOatHome feed, it’s no small feat to practice what we preach, but it’s also one of the highlights of our workday.

Per usual, we’re dedicating this post to the ten images that caught our eye this month in the feed. We hope you’ll walk away feeling so inspired, and don’t forget to tag your Instagram posts with #IDCOatHome for a chance to be featured.



standouts from the #idcoathome feed


Waterfall edge marble kitchen island by Kate Abt DesignLuxury soapstone sink by Kate Abt Design

Interior Design: @kateabtdesign | Photography: @stacyzaringoldberg



Drawing on her British roots, Kate Abt knows how to bring a classic sensibility to any space. This Maryland-based designer recently unveiled images from her #nottinghillproject, and the waterfall edge stopped us in our tracks. Full disclosure: we could not edit ourselves to just one image, so we included two angles to see this kitchen in all its glory.


Plush velvet red accent chair by Ginny MacDonald for Lulu & Georgia

Interior Design: @ginny_macdonald | Photography: @jazminmonetphotography for @luluandgeorgia



Everything about this moody seating nook feels like fall. Most notably? The plush velvet Belmont Accent Chair from Ginny’s furniture collection with Lulu & Georgia. Just add a great book, and we could spend hours reading to our heart’s content.


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Sub Zero wine fridge with fluted stained wood cabinetry, design by Cabana Rehab Interiors

Interior Design: @cabanarehabinteriors | Photography: @sencreativeco



When design layouts give you lemons, make lemonade. Or, in this case, just add a kick-A wine fridge. Cabana Rehab Interiors is showing us how it’s done with fluted stained wood cabinetry that makes the whole scene feel extra special.


Warm neutral bedroom with plaid pillows, design by Sabrina Albanese Interiors

Interior Design: @sabrinaalbanesedesign | Photography: @lomillerphoto



It’s official: Sabrina Albanese has delivered the color palette of our dreams. From the warm + layered neutrals to the richly-toned plaid pillows, it feels right so appropriate for the season.



Dark moody cabinetry with brass hardware by Kelsey Leigh Design Co.

Interior Design: @kelseyleighdesignco | Photography: @emilyhartphoto



Our key takeaway from this kitchen by Kelsey Leigh Design Co? Sometimes the best things happen when you don’t play it safe. Offset with brass hardware, this moody cabinetry color is a thing of beauty.


Modern neutral entryway with spindle bench, design by FLEURISH

Interior Design: @livewellandfleurish | Photography: @amberthrane



We believe first impressions are everything. So much so that we wrote an entire post dedicated to The Anatomy of an Entryway. Luckily, the FLEURISH team feels the same and designed a serene, neutral entrance with the perfect spindle bench.


Modern breakfast nook with herringbone wood floors, design by Jaclyn Peters

Interior Design: @jaclynpetersdesign | Photography: @arianatennyson



There are a million and one things to love about this kitchen designed by Jaclyn Peters, but our low-key MVP? Those herringbone wood floors. Paired with cozy banquette seating and the perfect pendant light, you’ve got the modern breakfast nook of our dreams.


Neutral layered living room, design by Jenn Pablo Studio

Interior Design: @jennpablostudio



Everyone deserves a home that feels like an escape of sorts—a space that feels like a warm and welcome refuge from the world.  Jenn Pablo is tapping into that very notion with this living room we’d all love to relax in at the end of a long day.



Light grey cabinetry with brass hood detail, design by Wendy Mauro

Interior Design: @wendymaurodesign | Photography: @margaret.wright



When Charleston-based designer Wendy Mauro shared this kitchen, it immediately went into our favorites file. It’s an example of “classic with a twist,” and we particularly love the brass hood detailing.


Dining nook with Serena & Lily Cascais Chandelier via Well by Design

Interior Design: @wellxdesign | Photography: @jennifer_lavelle



Good design is always in the details. Exhibit A: this dining close-up from Lauren of Well by Design. It features the Serena & Lily Cascais Chandelier, which adds a textural statement with four tiers.



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