With the end of summer drawing near, many of us are prepping our homes for the season (and the new norms) ahead. Whether that looks like designing a distance learning space for your kids or an entertainment room for cozy movie nights, we’ve seen a major emphasis on recreating spaces to better work within a stay-at-home lifestyle.
This month, our #IDCOatHome round-up reflects that same idea with 10 incredible spaces that take design to the next level. With more than 70,000 images now filling our feed, narrowing down these selects was harder than ever. But, we’re pretty certain you’ll agree there’s something special tucked within each one of these spaces.
We love keeping tabs on Laura and Sara of The Habitat Collective’s latest work. They’ve got an effortless style that always transcends the trends, and this dining space is the perfect example. Hellooo, light fixture goals.
Every now and then, we spot a moment that completely stops us in our scroll. This bedroom scene did exactly that. Between that curved blue cane headboard and the pattern mixing pillows, we could easily see ourselves cozied up in this space with a morning cup of coffee.
Elsie Home is the queen of pillow design, and this sage green combo takes the cake. Styled on a long rattan bench, it’s a seating solution that checks the box of both practical and pretty.
Why design a living space with just one sofa when you can easily pull off two? We love the cozy effect of this sofa duo situation, not to mention the seagrass coffee table that ties it all together.
Sometimes kids’ rooms don’t get the love they deserve, but Brooke Wagner is changing that, big time. She designed this shared sisters’ room with a custom-built bed that’s a total work of genius. It’s official: warm neutrals have never looked so good.
Interior Design: @palmandprep
If we could spend all our days camped out in this Great Room by Jenny Minns, we’d have zero complaints. The coastal vibes are perfect for this New England-based home, but the hanging chair is what really steals the show.
Interior Design: @workyourcloset
We’ve been longtime fans of Work Your Closet’s home, and her kitchen design is no exception. The vintage art placed on open shelves is what first caught our eye, but that Lacanche oven is the stuff kitchen dreams are truly made of.
Interior Design: @lauradesignandco
Self-care has become a priority for many of us during these stressful pandemic times, and this bathroom scene embodies that notion to a T. Just add a glass of red + a good book, and you’ve got the perfect night at home.
Interior Design: @kaitlynraygreen
We’re big believers that a home should always feel layered, warm, and inviting—a space where you can exhale and feel right at ease. Kaitlyn Green pulled off all of the above with a dining room that practically begs you to gather around the table for good food and even better company.
Working from home often means utilizing EVERY nook and cranny of the house, and Sandy of Yen Collective is showing us how it’s done. She created the ultimate cozy set-up that delivers the vibes of a cool coffee shop, minus all the background noise.
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