Favorites from the #IDCOatHome Feed

With the state of current events and the majority of us sheltering in place, that need to create a safe and inviting sense of home has never been stronger. This is a major theme reflected in our roundup of #IDCOatHome favorites too. We’re leaning into cozy spaces, spots for decompressing (read all the baths) and one very stunning backyard table perfect for family meals at home. Have a look at 10 beautiful spaces plucked right out of our #IDCOatHome feed and get inspired with a few of the key pieces tucked inside each room.



standouts from the #idcoathome feed



Interior Design: @jaclynpetersdesign | Photography: @arianatennyson 



With most of us working from home, all eyes are on home office situations. This power desk designed by Jaclyn Peters Design is particularly lovely with its cozy seat with a view.



Interior Design and Image: @lemontree_interiors



It’s not a proper #IDCOatHome favorites roundup if there isn’t a Lemontree Interiors post tucked inside. We are obsessed with the modern details of the shower tile juxtaposed with the beautiful vintage stool and accessories.


Interior Design and Image: @cassmakeshome



The beautiful molding detail in this living room from Cass Makes Home not only adds architectural interest, but it makes the perfect backdrop for layers of classic details.


Interior Design: @brookewagnerdesign   | Photography: @ryangarvin



There’s no denying that this tub is a scroll stopper through and through. But if you look a little closer, the entire bathroom checks all the boxes. From the @palecekdesign coco bead chandelier to the parquet tile floor, Brooke Wagner knows her way around a dream bathroom design.



Interior Design and Image: @joliemarche



We love everything about the delicate floral detail of this wallpaper from Jolie Marche. It pairs so beautifully with the moody landscape painting and the blonde wood credenza in this vignette.



Interior Design and Image: @westofmain



Clearly we’re on a tub kick – it might have something to do with craving soothing interiors perfect for promoting self-care, but West of Main nailed it with this bathroom.



Interior Design and Image: @viewfrommyheels



The slate herringbone floor and mushroom colored walls take this small but mighty laundry room to the next level. We would happily handle ALL the laundry in this space.


Interior Design: @scout.modern | Photography: @charlotteleaphotography



Proof that neutral doesn’t equal boring. From the earthy stripes to the cane headboard, Scout Modern layers so much texture and pattern into this cozy corner.



Interior Design: @evalarocqueinteriors | Photography: @sencreativeco



Pairing industrial cement with beautiful encaustic patterned tile, this bathroom from Eva LaRocque Interiors feels both natural and elegant all at once.


Design and Styling: @nturnerdesign | Photography: @miguelfloresvianna



Nate Turner’s backyard dining set up is the perfect image to end on. If we could spend every meal dining al fresco in this stunning landscape, we would.



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