1stdibs Instagram followers were all about star status this month, with celebrity designers, like Nate Berkus, and designers-for-celebrities, like Ashe + Leandro who did the NYC home of Naomi Watts, dominating our feed.
One, warm minimalist interior by Belgian designer Vincent van Duysen stood out among the many historical references, like a 1790 country house redone by Kara Mann, a mid-19th century Greek revival in Connecticut by Allan Greenberg and a historic Beverly Hills mansion-turned-showhouse by Timothy Corrigan.
Flanking the front door of this Hudson, New York, home by MR Architecture + Decor are 18th-century baguette candle sconces that have been electrified. Pierre Chareau-style chairs are positioned in front of the radiators, and hanging on the wall is a green and black Tulu rug. Photo by @simonuptonphotos
@allangreenbergarch built this coastal Connecticut home for clients who have an affinity for the mid-19th-century Greek Revival residences of the American South. The inspiration is most notable in the classical staircase that swirls up three levels towards a cupola, which sheds natural light into the central rotunda of the home. Photo by Wade Zimmerman