This month’s most-loved posts on 1stdibs Instagram are all over the map — both figuratively and geographically.
The work of big-name British artist Damien Hirst shows up across the pond in a Bridgehampton, New York, home by Timothy Godbold, while Brazilian mid-century furniture adds exoticism to a Chelsea loft by Damon Liss.
Other favorites include a breezy retreat in the Dominican Republic by Kemble Interiors, a proper Primrose Hill, London townhouse by Carden Cunietti and a wild maximalist Palm Springs oasis by Ken Fulk.
A Riverside Park brownstone built in 1898 of unusual proportions presented an interesting opportunity when renovating the space for a couple with three children. @stevenharrisarchitects @reesrobertsandpartners maintained the building's integrity while modernizing and improving the space to become accommodating for a contemporary family. Photography: Scott Frances / OTTO.
This oasis is a Palm Springs, California, retreat that @kenfulk designed for clients who told them they wanted to “dance on tables” in their new home. The vibrant glass-walled living room features a custom sectional sofa upholstered in Missoni prints and set on brass plinths. Photography by @thefacinator