Favorites from the #idcoathome feed

Each month, we’re tasked with selecting 10 of our favorite images from the #IDCOatHome feed.  And each month the selection process becomes a little tougher than the last. You see, our feed has grown to include nearly 65,000 posts with unbelievably beautiful content added every single day. Designers from all across the world have continually brought their A-game, and we truly couldn’t be more honored.

As difficult as it was, we narrowed down our absolute favorite images, and we’re so excited to give them some extra love. Thank you so much to everyone who’s shared their spaces on #IDCOatHome. Keep tagging your beautiful design work for a chance to be featured every single month.

 

 

standouts from the #idcoathome feed

 

 

Interior Design + Photography: @dexterandplaid

 

@dexterandplaid

Can we just talk about this bathroom designed by Kevin of Dexter & Plaid for a brief moment? It’s got a vintage-modern cool factor that’s signature to Kevin’s style, and we couldn’t’ love it more. Plus, that vintage cowboy art sort of makes the whole space.

 

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Interior Design + Photography: @westofmain 

 

@westofmain

We adore this kitchen for so many reasons, and the moody color contrast is at the very top of the list. But, those leather + brass barstools are coming in as a VERY close second.

 

Interior Design + Photography: @missesmacke_hometheology

 

@missesmacke_hometheology

We’ve got Lauren Macke of Home Theology to thank for the beautiful kitchen corner, complete with white open shelves styled to perfection. Side note: we don’t see the open shelving trend fading anytime soon, but always love a fresh twist.

 

 

Interior Design: @grahamhilldesign | Photography: @madelineharperphoto

 

 

@grahamhilldesign

Graham Hill Design has such a way with interiors, and this serene bedroom setup is our case in point. Just add coffee, and we’d easily hang here all morning long.

 

 

Interior Design: @lisafurtadointeriors | Photography: @madelineharperphoto

 

@lisafurtadointeriors

The award for the coolest “man cave” ever goes to this space designed by Lisa Furtado. It combines deep color tones, brass accents, and furniture selects that are anything but boring.

 

 

Interior Design: @em_rehabitat | Photography: @erinlittlephoto

 

@em_rehabitat

We’re big believers in mixing the old with the new, and we think it’s safe to say Rehabitat Interiors feels the same. They paired an antique dresser with some fresh, trend-forward pieces, and the result is everything.

 

 

Interior Design: @jaclynpetersdesign | Photography: @arianatennyson 

 

 

@jaclynpetersdesign

We’re not sure whether it’s the striped rug, the wishbone dining chairs, the vintage-inspired mirror, or just a combination of everything, but this space stopped us in our virtual tracks.

 

 

Interior Design + Photography: @thegoodmanhouse

 

@thegoodmanhouse

There’s nothing better than a summer evening spent on the porch, and this scene from The Goodman House is speaking our language.

 

 

Interior Design + Photography: @theheartandhaven

 

@theheartandhaven

We love following Erin’s home reno adventures on Instagram, and she recently shared a peek of her sons’ room that’s GOALS in every way. She used Benjamin Moore’s “Onyx” to give the walls a pop, and we’re prompting adding that shade to our favorite paint colors list.

 

 

Interior Design: @kh.interiors | Photography: @hugoslavic 

 

@kh.interiors

Simply put, this dining room is what indoor-outdoor living dreams are made of. It’s the very first look we’ve seen from KH Interiors’ latest project, and we can’t wait to feast our eyes on all the rest.

 

 

 

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