Favorites from the #IDCOatHome Feed

Inspiration comes in many forms, but our favorite place will always be #IDCOatHome. You all give us snippets into your work on a daily basis, and it’s a privilege with certainly don’t take for granted. In keeping with our monthly tradition, we’re highlighting ten standout images from the feed and the incredible designers behind them. Let us know which space nabbed the #1 spot on your list, and don’t forget to tag your IG posts with #IDCOatHome for a chance to be featured each month.



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Laundry Room design by THELIFESTYLEDCO | Favorites from the #IDCOatHome Feed

Interior Design: @thelifestyledco | Photography: @thisisnickdotcom



THELIFESTYLEDCO is an Arizona design studio we’ve admired from afar for quite some time. They embody their philosophy of ‘organic desert living’ with spaces that feel fresh, inspired and effortlessly layered to perfection. This month, they shared a space deemed the mother of all laundry rooms, and we couldn’t agree more.


Dark, modern basement built-ins by Leclair Decor | Favorites from the #IDCOatHome Feed

Interior Design: @leclairdecor



You might remember Sacha and Melissa Leclair from our interview featured on the blog earlier this year. They’re a design duo unlike any other, bringing their ‘warm modern’ aesthetic to every space they touch. Case in point: this basement (can you believe it?) project image featuring the built-ins of our dreams.


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Modern shelf styling by HOME THEOLOGY | Favorites from the #IDCOatHome Feed

Interior Design: @hometheologydesign



We’ve been known to obsess over paint colors, with entire guides dedicated to the best whites, mushrooms, and even purples for your home. So when we saw Lauren of Home Theology posted this beautifully styled shelfie, we had to know more. Lauren kindly shared the cabinet color (Storm Cloud Gray by Benjamin Moore) on Instagram, and it’s immediately going on our list.


Varied wood tones in entryway by Asha Maxey | Favorites from the #IDCOatHome Feed

Interior Design: @ashamaiadesign | Photography: @jennverrierphoto



We were lucky enough to discover Asha Maía Design when this entryway popped up in the #IDCOatHome feed. It’s a lesson in organic design with varied wood tones, a mix of natural elements, and a calming earthy palette.



Modern cottage style kitchen design by Kelsey Leigh Design Co.

Interior Design: @kelseyleighdesignco



Kelsey shared this image as a glimpse into her early days of design, but if you ask us, it still feels like a breath of fresh air. While every single component works as a stand-alone feature, it’s the green vertical paneling that had us from hello.


Textured dining chairs and patterned roman shades, design by Katie Monkhouse Interiors

Interior Design: @katiemonkhouseinteriors | Photography: @margaretaustin_photo



We recently had the pleasure of designing Katie’s new branding, and became (even) bigger fans of her work in the process. She’s not one to play it safe, and this space is a prime example. We love the juxtaposition that feels entirely unexpected, from the window treatment pattern play to the chunky dining chair texture and sleek + modern lighting.


Natural and boho living room style, design by Ausland Interiors

Interior Design: @auslandinteriors | Photography: @jessicajalexander



One part boho and one part modern, this well-layered living room is the best of both worlds. And if you’re curious about the “before” image, just swipe right here.


Dining nook with wooden ceiling, design by Ginny Macdonald Design

Interior Design: @ginny_macdonald | Photography: @jessicajalexander



We can’t resist a good dining nook, especially when Ginny Macdonald is involved. She balanced the warmth of a full wooden ceiling with light, airy elements and the coziest bench seating.



Deep green cabinetry with wooden open shelving, design by Kristin Hildebrand Interiors

Interior Design: @kh.interiors | Photography: @stephaniecrusso



Blame it on the fall season, but we’ve once again gravitated towards our favorite shades of green. Paired with brass hardware and wooden open shelves, we can’t get enough.


Oversized dining room windows, design by Moore House Interiors

Interior Design: @moorehouseinteriors | Photography: @gracelairdphotography



Fun fact: did you know that windows can actually MAKE a space? Exhibit A is this dining room designed in the hands of Moore House Interiors. They curated a dining set featuring simple, clean lines, allowing all the natural light to speak for itself.



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