Favorites from the #IDCOatHome Feed

The #IDCOatHome feed is our constant source of inspiration. It’s where we get a glimpse into your latest design reveals + current projects, and it’s also an ever-growing community we’ve come to know and love. You might have noticed that hashtags are currently paused due to the election, but we didn’t let that stop us from seeking out your images with more creative measures. This month, we rounded up some true gems in style categories across the board. From classic to eclectic, and a little modern for good measure, we’ve got something for everyone thanks to an incredible group of designers who really know their stuff.

Don’t forget to use #IDCOatHome for your chance to be featured each month here on the blog!


standouts from the #idcoathome feed


Interior Design: @kelseyleighdesignco | Photography: @emilyhartphoto



We’ve been on the record about our love of green cabinetry, but Kelsey Leigh Design is taking that love to a whole next level. Pair that cabinetry with a sweeping marble backsplash and a wood + marble island, and this might easily be one of our favorite kitchens of all time.


Interior Design: @ginny_macdonald | Photography: @jessicajalexander



Fact: Ginny Macdonald can do no wrong, and this living room scene is just the latest example of her pure design genius. It’s warm, layered, eclectic, and sophisticated, all while showcasing the architectural details of the space. Hello, archway heaven!


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Interior Design: @stofferhomecabinetry + @jeanstofferdesign | Photography: @stofferphotographyinteriors



Stoffer Home Cabinetry knows a thing or two about quality and style, and they are acing both beautifully. Just add a vintage rug into the equation, and there’s never been a prettier entrance to the kitchen. 


Interior Design: @brettandkara | Photography: @jenmburner



Brett and Kara Phillips are known for their carefully crafted new market homes, and if this image is any indication, their latest project is bound to be another hit. The combination of mixed wood tones, dark countertops, and metal elements is a lesson in visual balance.


Interior Design: @_fernhaus



Moody kitchen scenes are our jam, and this one by Fernhaus is all about the warm and earthy neutrals.


Interior Design: @ohara_interiors⁣ | Photography: @spacecrafting_photography




The ladies of O’Hara Interiors are known for their close attention to detail, and this beautiful foyer is no exception. They designed with lines, contrast, and balance in mind while keeping warm tones at the very forefront. There’s so much to love about this scene, but that porcelain black and white tile might be our very favorite.


Interior Design: @lindseybrookedesign | Photography: @amybartlam



Lindsey Brooke Design has been giving us peeks into her latest #DallasProject on the ‘gram, and we cannot get enough. We love how she chose to balance all the wood tones of this entryway with a statement metal mirror, and of course, the perfect natural styling elements.


Interior Design: @moorehousedesign⁣ | Photography: @erinmcginn




Rounded furniture pieces are having a MAJOR moment, and we’re behind the movement one hundred and ten percent. Moore House Design makes styling a curved sofa look completely effortless, and you better believe we’re taking notes.


Interior Design: @em_rehabitat | Photography: @amber.breitenberg



We always love following along with Emily Barry’s latest projects, and these shower doors are our latest obsession. 


Interior Design: @westofmain



Leave it to West of Main to design a contemporary-classic kitchen that hits all the right notes. Black accents balance the all-white look and the framed vintage art ties it all together.



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