If you ever find yourself in an inspiration rut, allow us to introduce the #IDCOatHome feed. With just one click, you’ll unlock over 100k images showcasing some of the best interiors from pro designers and amateurs alike. As we do each month, our team culled the feed for the very best images posted in April, and you better believe we weren’t disappointed. With a wide-ranging collection of kitchens, bathrooms, and a few well-designed nooks and crannies (hello, archway pantry entrance), this round of favorites is well worth a scroll.
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Spring vibes are coming in hot with this kitchen expertly designed by Brooke Wagner. While there’s so much to love in this image, our standout detail is the open shelves installed in front of the windows. That’s what we call form + function at its very best.
When a design team labels their work #CoolShitProj, you know it’s going to be good. Case in point? This kitchen pantry featuring the arched entryway of our dreams. You might remember we included archways in our 2021 Interior Design Trends to Watch, and we still can’t get enough.
Interior Design: @micahabbanantodesigns
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to make a grand entrance, look no further. From the arch doorway to the black and white checked flooring to the curved staircase, this one checks all the boxes. Oh, and you’ll spot not one but two trends from our 2021 Trend Predictions post.
We’re big believers that a primary bedroom should feel like an escape from the world—a space where you can unwind and feel at total ease. Luckily, Brittany of Blissful Design Studio feels the very same and shared this glimpse of her own bedroom retreat.
Never have we ever seen a backsplash slab that’s quite this stunning. Pair that with the medium wood tone cabinetry and the dark countertops, and it’s yet another home run by Kelsey Leigh Design Co.
Last week we included reDesign Home on our list of favorite Instagram accounts under 10k followers because their feed never fails to inspire. Just take this gorgeous dining nook, for example. It feels so thoughtfully curated, and their entire project #rdhcoachhouse follows suit.
This scene is a lesson in bathroom tile if we ever saw one. It was designed in the hands of the one and only Ginny Macdonald and we cannot get enough.
The key components of this kitchen designed by Tiffany Leigh? It all comes down to the putty-colored cabinets, curated accessories and a worn, vintage runner. It’s such a beautiful contrast to the ever-popular bright white kitchens, and we’re adding it to our Best Mushroom-Colored Kitchen collection, stat.
Slowly but surely, Lindsay Brooke has been giving us more peeks inside her #DallasProject, and we are loving every last bit. This month she shared a living room scene with the perfect mix of texture, tone and warmth. Add those polished window drapes, and it’s styled to a T.
Just because a kitchen doesn’t undergo a full gut, doesn’t mean it can’t transform all the same. In fact, that’s exactly what Houselift Design did for her clients who wanted a white kitchen makeover while keeping their existing cabinetry. Swipe for the before-and-after, and you’ll be 100% amazed.
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