Over the past twelve months, our #IDCOatHome feed has seen quite a lot of beauty. What started as a simple hashtag has grown into a community of 92,000 images featuring some of the best interior design moments we’ve ever come across. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for sharing glimpses of your work + glimpses of your homes with us, and making this feed a true place of inspiration.
To mark the end of 2020, we embarked on the nearly impossible task of selecting our favorites from the year. While kitchen design makes up a large portion of the list (who can blame us?), we’ve also curated a fun mix of living spaces, kids’ rooms, plus all the nooks and crannies that make a house a home.
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Leave it to the ladies of reDesign home to make a black kitchen the epitome of cool. They balanced a moody cabinetry color with unlacquered brass hardware, classic white subway tile, and a chic vintage runner to tie it all together.
Earlier in the year, we posted this image from O’Hara Interiors to our Instagram page, and you all went WILD. To be fair, it’s one of the coolest seating nooks we’ve ever seen, designed with contrast, balance, and warm tones galore. There’s so much to love, but that porcelain black and white tile might be our very favorite.
Anything Stefani Stein touches turns to gold, and this dining nook is no exception. This scene comes from her Franklin Hills project, and it’s utterly charming in every sense of the word. PS -be sure to look closely for a peek at the subtle floral-patterned wallpaper that adds just the right mix of visual interest.
Sure, bunk beds are cool, but what about this built-in daybed situation designed by Brooke Wagner? It’s official: a shared sister room has never looked so cute.
We’ve been on the record about our love of green cabinetry, but Kelsey Leigh Design is taking that love to a whole next level. Pair that cabinetry with a sweeping marble backsplash and a wood + marble island, and this might easily be one of our favorite kitchens of all time.
We believe there’s beauty in simplicity and this scene from Cara and Tom Fox is a prime example. They transformed what was once their client’s kitchen into a functional mudroom space, adding tons of character and detail work all along the way.
Lindsey Brooke Design had SO many good project reveals over the past year, but this one, in particular, stopped us in our tracks. It’s an open concept kitchen/dining/living space, and she made it feel beautifully cohesive down to the very last detail.
The IDCO Studio had the absolute honor of redesigning Leclair Decor’s website in 2020 (we also interviewed them on the blog!), and it was a true pinch-me moment for our business. Their ‘warm modern’ design style is always an inspiration, and the second this kitchen made an appearance on the #IDCOatHome feed, we knew it was bound for our Best of the Year post.
Sure, kitchens and bathrooms steal all the interior design love, but if you ask us? Kids’ rooms are where it’s at! Katie Monkhouse designed this sweet + feminine space featuring a custom double headboard, and quite frankly, we cannot get enough.
A lot of fun colors came onto the design scene in 2020, but there’s something about a cool blue palette that gets us EVERY time. Add in the cutest grumpy pup ever, and you’ve got one of our favorite images of the year.
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