With the launch of The Interior Collective podcast and our latest Design Camp announcement for fall 2022, it’s been a monumental week over at the studio. The outpouring of love and support from this community has been unbelievable, so it felt like the perfect time to showcase your latest work as a small token of our gratitude.
This month’s #IDCOatHome favorites from the feed are an absolute masterclass in artful design with spaces that defy style categories. From kitchens to mudrooms, no room was off-limits, and we know you’ll find inspiration from start to finish.
As always, don’t forget to tag your posts with #IDCOatHome for a chance to be featured.
Interior Design: @alison_giese_interiors
We love keeping tabs on fellow Texas-based creatives like Alison Giese. Her portfolio shines with a wide array of soulful interiors, but this inside look into Alison’s own home felt like such a special treat. While there’s lots to love, the lighting selections really tie it all together.
While open-concept homes have certainly had their heyday, there’s something inherently timeless about a formal dining room. It’s a dedicated space to share meals and conversations with the best company, and it’s also an opportunity to have some real fun with design. In this space, Liz Mearns described her work as mixing “a mid-century console cabinet with modern art, vintage cane-backed chairs and a really dramatic metal and wood blade chandelier creating the kind of dining room you want to linger in long after dinner is over.”
Designer Kate Abt is responsible for some of our favorite homes, and we’ve been following her Chichester Project in particular. Kate reworked the home to accommodate a busy family of seven, and this storage-loaded mudroom is a prime example of bridging style and function.
The Renda Group has been coming in hot with several project peeks that have left us wanting more. And between the exposed beams, sculptural chandelier, and pretty French doors, this dining space is the epitome of California living.
We’re in the midst of an exciting website project with Kelsey Leigh Design Co, so naturally, we’ve been spending quite a bit of time culling through her work. Kelsey recently shared a look back at some of her recent kitchen designs, but this one stood out for its timeless appeal.
Designing within a neutral color palette doesn’t have to be boring. Instead, designer Angela Scaletta infused her client’s San Fransisco home with texture, pattern, and mixed materials for a well-collected look. The vintage portrait serves as an anchoring focal point, and you can see more of this space in Sunset Magazine.
We were lucky enough to host Erika Marini of [ FIXE ] design house at Design Camp this spring, and we can tell you she’s the real deal. Case in point? This entryway scene featuring the cutest dutch door and vintage rug combo.
We’ve always believed you don’t need a large footprint to design a beautiful bathroom, and Candace Plotz shows us how it’s done. With some clever space planning, a variety of natural materials, and a great piece of vintage art, this space packs a serious punch.
If you aren’t following #projectlittlelakehouse you are missing out, friends. Kathryn Findlay takes us inside her team’s work to design a cozy cottage situated on a lake in Ontario, and this charming dining room is only the beginning.
Interior Design: @designologyluxuryinteriors
You all loved the bay window nook in my recent guest room reveal, so we have a feeling you’ll love this cutie built-in breakfast nook, too. The bench covering brings some pattern into play, but the pendant light steals the show.
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IDCO Studio is a boutique creative agency specialized in beautiful and unique marketing solutions for interior designers. Focused on branding, web design and Instagram marketing, IDCO Studio is a woman owned and operated team of creatives based in Austin, Texas. The Identité Collective, which began as a business blog quickly grew into a collaborative community focused on providing business strategy and visual inspiration to the interior design community.
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