September’s Most Popular Posts on Instagram

Our feed is filled with the most beautiful rooms in the world. See the ones our followers have deemed the best of the best this month.
Timothy Godbold designed this dining room in Bridgehampton, New York, which also happened to be our most popular post on Instagram in September.

Timothy Godbold designed this dining room in Bridgehampton, New York, which also happened to be our most popular post on Instagram in September. Photo by Alec Hemer

A diverse range of influences crop up in this month’s top posts on 1stdibs Instagram. Hand-painted chinoiserie wallpaper and bold-patterned tile set the backdrop for turquoise banquettes in a home by Gideon Mendelsohn. A yellow living room in an apartment by Brockschmidt & Coleman simultaneously channels a French château and a cabinet of curiosities.

Eclectic art, contemporary lighting and vintage seating elegantly converge in spaces like the Brooklyn loft that belongs to the founders of Apparatus. But the winner is an exercise in chromatic restraint by Timothy Godbold.

See all of our top 10 Instagram posts below.

You can find them in the apartment of fashion star Alexander Wang, designed by Ryan Korban. Interiors stars Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent selected one for their Manhattan penthouse, and they’re also in apartments conceived by Kelly Behun and Gachot Studios. They’re large-scale light fixtures with striking patinated finishes by the New York–based @apparatusstudio, and aesthetically minded individuals just can’t get enough of them. In founder Jeremy Anderson and Gabriel Hendifar’s apartment, their Arrow ceiling fixture hangs in the living room, while another Synapse pendant illuminates the dining table beyond. Read more about the design duo in #IntrospectiveMagazine, and then shop Apparatus on 1stdibs – link in bio. Photo by Wichmann + Bendtsen

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