This month’s #IDCOatHome round-up is a love letter to designing the unexpected. We chose spaces that showcased innovation—from wallpapered ceilings to a shiplapped bathtub and everything in between. Expect to find loads of inspiration in these project images; all dreamt up by designers who weren’t afraid to take a risk.
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It came as no surprise that our friend and Design Camp alum, Shamika Lynch, had her recent project featured on Rue. She gutted and redesigned her client’s Jersey City kitchen from the ground up, delivering tons of warmth and texture in the process. In Shamika’s words, “Neutral? Yes. Boring? Never.”
When designer Jenny Reiko Murphy shared a look inside her Humboldt Street project, we were thoroughly intrigued. She brought her discerning eye to this historic home with intentional design choices that honor both the old and the new. And if you love this wallpapered bathroom, don’t you dare miss the kitchen.
When Erica Bryant shares a tour of her own home, we take note. Most recently, she revealed the pantry nook off her kitchen with floor-to-ceiling cabinetry in the perfect shade of gray. Beyond its obvious function, she loves that it’s “a place to store cutting boards, favorite dishes and even display collected books & accessories.”
If a single room could embody spring, this primary bathroom would be it. Designed in a tasteful pastel color palette, it’s yet another example of dusty purple done right.
Our Design Camp partner in crime, Lindsey Brooke, is no stranger to a kitchen remodel. But this time around, she opted for tonal blue tile from countertop to ceiling. Pair that with crisp, white cabinetry and matte black hardware for a high contrast look that’s completely unexpected.
Halle Baran of Sil & Park Interiors managed to make this 55 square-foot children’s bathroom into a total work of art. Between the arched shiplap, the brass petal sconces and the blue gray color selection, it’s no wonder this small-but-mighty space was recently published on Domino.
Home offices don’t have to be an afterthought. Instead, we’re taking cues from Christie Veres, who made the coolest statement with a wallpapered ceiling.
Yet another example of an A+ work from home setup, this office by Geneva Ness takes traditional style in a new direction. It’s also proof that wallpapered ceilings are a huge trend to watch.
Every pro knows good design is in the details, including Studio Thomas. This sweet vignette caught our eye with its quiet beauty and well-edited style.
The team behind THELIFESTYLEDCO recently shared the kitchen from their #CortezBuild project. The entire space is a *chef’s kiss* to modern organic design, but it’s these woven brass sconces that really tied it all together.
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