The 15 Most-Liked Rooms from 2015

Our Instagram feed is filled with the most beautiful rooms in the world. See the ones our followers have deemed the best of the best this year.

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.

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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.


Greg Natale is renowned for his lively, colorful approach to designing interiors, like this private residence featured in his new book, The Tailored Interior.


Voici/Voila art director Jean-Christophe Aumas filled his Paris flat with icons of midcentury modernism, including an Arne Jacobsen Swan sofa.

In the office of architect and designer Andre Mellone, a pair of Hans Wegner chairs sit opposite an Eames Time-Life chair and an Ico Parisi desk.


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.


Architect and designer Jean-Louis Denoit calls the living room of this Paris pied-à-terre an “ode to gray.”


For this downtown Manhattan den — which we dubbed a “gentleman’s cave” — design firm Roman and Williams used high-gloss black paint to convey a sense of “materiality, rigor and craftsmanship.”


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.

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