Somehow February has nearly come and gone, and it’s time for around round of faves from the #IDCOatHome feed. This month, kitchens and main living spaces seem to dominate our picks, but we’ve also included a standout laundry room and bath for good measure. Whether you’re looking for general inspiration or ready to shop some new pieces, you’ll find all that (and more) right here on the blog. As always, we’re beyond grateful for everyone who continues to make the #IDCOatHome feed a beautiful space and can’t wait to see what you’ll share next.
Marie Flanigan is one of the biggest names in the design community, and with one look at her work, it’s easy to see why. When we came across this pantry nook on the feed, it immediately stopped us in our scroll. The reclaimed arched wood door is unlike any other, and that pantry organization is truly on point.
If you have yet to shop the #GMDxLG collection, now is the time to do so. This pretty scene features Ginny’s signature English-meets-West-Coast style, and the best part? You can snag key pieces like that Belmont sectional for yourself.
Interior Design: @alihenrie
We recently discovered Ali Henrie Design, and we’ve quickly become big fans of her work. This Utah-based designer’s feed is filled with beautiful spaces in the making, and this kitchen is example number one. From the exposed beams to the archway detail to the perfect shade of blue, it’s everything and more.
Leave it to Lexi Westergard to knock a guest bathroom design right out of the park. She used a gorgeous shade of sage blue-green (Rushing River by Sherwin Williams) and pulled in mixed metals to tie it all together. PS: you better believe we’re adding this to our best bathroom paint colors.
Interior Design + Photography: @jaci.daily
When one of our favorite renovators shared this scene in the #IDCOatHome feed, we knew it deserved a special shoutout. It’s open concept living done beautifully with the black windowpane cabinet stealing the whole show.
What stood out to us most in this image? The woodwork details on the island, the arched pantry nook, and basically everything else. Kelsey, it’s safe to say you’ve done it once again.
Interior Design: @alison_giese_interiors
If there were ever a fireplace we wanted to steal for our own home, this would be it. It’s charming in EVERY sense of the word, and when paired with a vintage rug and an English roll-arm sofa? Total perfection.
Interior Design: @vestigehome
Wallpaper is having such a moment right now, and we love when designers incorporate patterns that don’t play it safe. This bold floral wallpaper makes just the right statement, and we’re taking notes from Nicole of Vestige Home.
Interior Design: @cgumin
We’ve never met a curated gallery wall we didn’t love, and this scene is no exception. Designer, Cher Guminey displays her ever-growing art collection, and that bottom right 1940’s watercolor is her latest addition.
Interior Design: @aspenandivyinteriors
Truth be told, laundry is probably our least favorite chore. But if laundry took place in this stunning setup by Aspen & Ivy, it would totally change the game. We love the whole scene, but the barely-there pastel blue and black hardware combo is a stroke of genius.
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