Here at the studio, few things make us happier than browsing the #IDCOatHome feed. What started as a simple hashtag has become a community in and of itself, and it’s a total joy to watch it grow on the daily. Each month, we dedicate a blog post to the standout moments that grabbed our attention. And sure enough, each month this design community totally delivers. With a wide range of spaces, we’ve curated the best interiors of March to inspire you this week and beyond.
Make sure to tag your project photos with #IDCOatHome for a chance to be featured each and every month.
If you’re not following the Miami-based design duo Laura Greig and Sara Richards of The Habitat Collective, it’s time to fix that immediately. Each space they touch is like a breath of fresh air, and this primary bedroom is no exception. Just add coffee, and we’d happily stay here all weekend long.
Those notorious April showers are right around the corner, making a well-designed mudroom all the more important. And if it just so happens to look as pretty as this space—even better. Hats off to Kelsey Leigh Design!
While it took some convincing to get her clients on board with a striped window treatment, Donnie Wales’ vision totally paid off. It’s just the right amount of pattern for some visual interest in a kitchen that’s crisp + classic as can be.
Farrow & Ball’s Hauge Blue has become a star on the design scene, and the ladies of O’Hara Interiors made it the focal point of this kitchen. Prominently featured on the oversized island, it pairs beautifully with the brass hardware, white cabinetry, and statement rug. Make no mistake, we’ll be adding it to our Best Kitchen Paint Colors list promptly.
This primary bathroom is a lesson in pattern play, and we’re taking all the notes. Bring on that statement flooring, Kate Abt Design.
Interior Design + Photography: @westofmain
Spring is finally here, and we’ve got outdoor living spaces on the brain. Luckily, the team at West of Main shared this backyard oasis on the #IDCOatHome feed to give us major inspiration. From the checkered tile stone to the farmhouse table to the slipcovered chairs, this dining set-up hits all the right notes.
Interior Design: @rebeccagibbs.design
Never have we ever seen a blue grasscloth wallpaper situation we loved quite this much. Pair that with a picture rail, brass sconces, and a fun, textural table lamp, and we’re sold.
Yet another paint color every designer seems to be talking about, Cheating Heart by Benjamin Moore was virtually made for these built-ins. Lindsey Brooke Design added patterned pillows and a light runner to juxtapose the dark tones, and the result is everything.
Nobody does dreamy tonal interiors quite like the ladies of Light and Dwell. Case in point… this open concept kitchen and living space that brings tons of visual interest without a hint of bright color in sight.
Good design is all in the details, and this bedroom vignette by Fixe House Design proves that notion. We’re here for all the organic modern elements, but if we had to play favorites, the nightstand steals the show.
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