It’s no surprise that our Instagram followers have great taste and a shared admiration for breathtaking interiors. Here we present an impressive list of the most-liked designs from this past year’s posts. From Parisian apartments to a New York City hotel suite, this roundup of our followers’ favorite rooms from the 1stdibs Instagram feed offers plenty to love.
Windsor Smith included this image of a stable-cum-kitchen in her recent monograph, Windsor Smith Homefront: Design for Modern Living.
For this year’s Kips Bay Decorator Show House, Phillip Mitchell Design created a three-story gallery wall around the home’s dramatic spiral staircase.
The New York living room of interior designer Orlando Diaz-Azcuy combines clean-lined modernist style with sensual accents.
French photographer and lifestyle blogger Garance Doré captured this light-filled image of an Axel Vervoordt-designed suite at New York City’s Greenwich Hotel.
In a private San Francisco residence, interior designer Benjamin Dhong used an exquisite, hand-painted Chinoiserie wall covering by de Gournay to offset a Thomas Chippendale-inspired daybed.
Interior designer Bennett Leifer created this peaceful, marble-clad bathroom for a residence on New York City’s Gramercy Park.
A Tadao Ando house in Osaka also uses glass and concrete — the signature material of the Pritzker Prize–winning architect — to make a strong statement.
Martin Brudnizki’s design for The Crown Room at Miami’s Thompson Hotel features a bar made of gray-veined white marble and terrazzo as well as curvy leather-and-chrome stools.
Design duo Champeau & Wilde added gilded, glamorous accents to this airy abode in the Nouvelle Athènes neighborhood of Paris. A gray velvet sofa perfectly complements the space’s exquisite point de hongrie parquet floors.
Photographer Robert Polidori captured this amazing aerial view of a Versailles stairwell. The piece — Questel Staircase, Chateau de Versailles, 1985 — is available via 1stdibs.