Happiness is time spent scrolling through the #IDCOatHome feed. Seeing the community growing around our home inspiration hashtag is always exciting and it feels even more special when we see clients new and old, Design Campers and Industry friends tagging their designed spaces with #IDCOatHome.
Have a look at a handful of some of our favorites from the feed this month including but not limited to a riad in Morroco that we’re booking stat, a throw-back living room we will forever love and a beach cottage that is giving off major cozy vibes.
The rich, cozy layers of this living room from our client, Banner Day , hold true to Clara’s design aesthetic which makes complete sense when we realized this is her OWN living room. But really, all eyes on that shelter arm chesterfield sofa.
The beauty of this master bedroom lies in the light and airy details bookended by small moments of rich color. It’s so easy and serene. Plus, we truly believe insanely comfortable bed linens in a neutral are always a good idea and this bed is the proof.
As much as we love a good punch of modern tile, sometimes it’s the classics that steal the show. This marble penny round tile floor with a dainty black rosette detail is so pretty; especially when paired with fresh blue cabinetry.
I’m pretty positive we’ve shared this stunning kitchen from our client, reDesign Home before but hey, new day, new angle. This space boasts a marble slab backsplash, verticle shiplap, vintage art and the prettiest kitchen styling. How could we resist? BRB, adding this gram to the top of our SAVED folder.
Blue lovers, this one’s for you. Brooke Wagner has a way of crafting interiors that invoke major seaside vibes without feeling too contrived or kitschy. I swear you can almost hear the waves crashing outside this beach cottage bedroom.
No big deal, that’s just the original framed Demi Moore Vanity Fair cover topping off this bathroom from another awesome IDCO client, Britt Design Co. Don’t you think she complements the vintage blush rug and pinstripe roman shade perfectly? And the Oscar for best decor combo goes to…
Take us to Marrakech, preferably with a stay at the Riad L’Atelier. If we can’t hop a flight to Morocco, the Drift Home Collection feed is the next best thing. Follow along as she explores the city and finds the ultimate vintage rug treasures for her e-commerce collection.
Interior Design and Image via @westofmain
The only thing better than a kitchen awash in a rich green hue is one that also includes a hint of glam. Brass details straight dazzle in this space and the metal-framed glass cabinetry doors are such a pretty and unexpected element.
Interior Design and Photography: @public311design
Let this vignette be a lesson in How To Style a Kitchen. An array of vintage cutting boards, a grouping of organic scrub brushes and soaps, an olive tree, neutral linens and you have yourself the makings of a very grammable kitchen.
We are long time fans of Jean Stoffer’s Fair Oaks Project so when Stoffer Home popped this throw-back into our #IDCOatHome feed, it was destined to make it onto our favorites list. We can’t say no to a show-stopping modern chandelier or a collection of sleek + cozy sofas, for that matter.
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