We’ve said it once, and we’ll say it again: #IDCOatHome is an inspiration goldmine. What began as a way to create community among design enthusiasts on Instagram has grown into something even better. This single hashtag has connected us with talented creatives from across the world, and we’ve discovered so many new clients and friends in the process.
If you’re new to our content, we like to showcase our favorite images in a round-up each month on the blog. We try to cover a range of styles, spaces, and designers, but the single criteria is something that’s stopped us in our tracks. As always, don’t forget to tag your posts with #IDCOatHome for a chance to be featured.
If a single image could encompass all the interior design trends we are anticipating in 2022, it would be this kitchen designed by Ashley Montgomery. Dark wood tones? Check. Single open shelf? Check. Beautiful parquet flooring? Check, check, and check. What we love most is that this on-trend kitchen will undoubtedly stand the test of time.
Bringing her British design sensibilities to everything she does, Kate Abt delivered yet another space we love. The built-in bookshelves add so much charm to this Notting Hill flat we’d love to call our own.
Let’s talk about this incredible bathroom oasis. Erika Marini of Fixe Design House described it as “organic tumbled tile, custom walnut cabinetry mixed with the aged brass fixtures, lime-washed walls topped with stunning pinto sconces.” The bottom line? We couldn’t imagine a better spot to unwind at the end of a long day.
Meet the new look of modern farmhouse. Designed in the hands of Cabana Rehab Interiors, this European-meets-Californian dining space is a *chef’s kiss* with every detail.
We like to call Lindsey the queen of ‘West Coast cool.’ Her style feels so effortless yet intentional and so organic yet refined. She worked her usual magic on this small living room space, creating the perfect spot to lounge and entertain.
How’s this for some pattern play? Raychel Wade Design shows us how to go bold with statement upholstery, and we cannot get enough.
You might remember our recent interview with Asha Maia Design where she described her style as fresh, sophisticated, and timeless. This living room vignette embodies all of the above, with a pop of natural greenery to bring the space to life.
Katie Monkhouse shared this first look inside her Paramount Project, and we can tell it’s going to be GOOD. The moody blue wall color is a lesson in contrast with white bedding and nightstands to really make it pop.
Just another example of how Kelsey Leigh Design Co can do no wrong. In case you’re wondering, Kelsey was kind enough to share the cabinetry color called Magnetic Gray by Sherwin Williams.
In the words of Melissa of Sanabria & Co, “design is all about problem-solving,” and we couldn’t agree more. Her team’s lead designer was tasked with reimagining an awkward transition space between the primary bedroom and family room. This fun dressing room area was the perfect solution.
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