Favorites from the #IDCOatHome Feed
standouts from the #idcoathome feed
You know we love a white kitchen, but sometimes you need a little color in the mix. The team behind HW Interiors did exactly that with the most elegant shade of blue to visually enhance the scene. Paired with warm wood tones and tons of gorgeous marble, this kitchen is a textbook lesson in ‘classic with a twist.’
Remember that one time we broke down The Anatomy of an Entryway? Well, this scene from Britt Design Studio checks every single box. Statement console table? Check. Vase with height? check. And all the pretty styling accessories? Check, check, and check.
Leave it to Lexi Westergard to school us in the art of visual contrast. She brought in dark, moody cabinetry to this airy bathroom retreat and used sleek brass hardware to tie it all together. Who says neutrals can’t be daring?
We’re huge fans of #GMDxLG upholstered furniture collection, so when this scene popped up in our feed, we knew it deserved a spot on our list. And while Ginny’s upholstered pieces take center stage, that millwork situation instantly caught our eye.
We’ve decided Kelsey Leigh Design Co. can do no wrong. Any space she touches turns to design gold, and this dining room is just our latest obsession. It’s one part modern, one part traditional, and equal parts a breath of fresh air.
We always love getting a peek inside Kennesha’s cozy Seattle home. She brings a real sense of warmth and soul to every room, and this dining set-up is the perfect example. PS: if you haven’t already picked up her design book, we highly suggest you do so.
Nobody inspires us quite like Sabrina Albanese Interiors. She plays by her own design rules, and the result is always spaces that feel layered, whimsical, and entirely original. True to form, she designed this dining room with contrast, texture, and a sense of modern elegance.
Interior Design & Photography: @hartley_home
We consider Kelly of Hartley Home the reigning expert on home DIYs with high-end style. This month, she showed us a look inside her spa-like bathroom that we’d very happily call our own.
Last week, we revealed Lindsey Brooke Design’s latest project right here on the blog. She took a time-warped home set in a historic LA neighborhood and gave it new life with a distinctly ‘California casual’ feel. This is just one look, but we recommend you see the full reveal for yourself.
Interior Design & Photography: @westofmain
Now that summer is (nearly) upon us, we’ve got outdoor spaces on the brain. And this particular outdoor set-up from West of Main? It’s somewhere we could easily hang out all weekend long. Just add rosé, and it’s the ultimate backyard oasis.
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