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After a gut renovation that was as thorough as it was necessary, @souciehorner ushered in a new era of contemporary with George Rickey sculpture and custom ottoman. The pièce de ré sis tance? The millwork inspired by a Mondrian painting. Want to delve into your summer reading in this cozy and cool space? Head to the link in bio to shop the look.
After a gut renovation that was as thorough as it was necessary, @souciehorner ushered in a new era of contemporary with George Rickey sculpture and c
Contemporary art is hard at work in this @christinemarkatosdesign Georgian Revival. Set in a 1920s home in Brentwood, California, the designer decided for a classically clean California look, but with pops of color and pattern. Interested in learning more about design? The designer of this space and more weigh in on some of your crowd-sourced interior design questions on our story and through the link in bio.
Contemporary art is hard at work in this @christinemarkatosdesign Georgian Revival. Set in a 1920s home in Brentwood, California, the designer decided
Committed to battling the boring, @frampton_co layered this 17,000-square-foot Mediterranearn-style estate for warmth and intimacy, using colors that are vivid yet balanced for an aesthetic she calls resort modern.  One of the most special spaces is the living area, which features an untitled 1972  Joe Overstreet canvas, custom lighting by David Weeks Studio, a green Wolcott coffee table by Roman Thomas and a vintage Karl Springer table. Click the link in bio to learn more about the designer and her inspiration in our Introspective feature. Photo by Joshua McHugh
Committed to battling the boring, @frampton_co layered this 17,000-square-foot Mediterranearn-style estate for warmth and intimacy, using colors that
More than shag carpets and wood paneling, 1970s style was a departure from postwar modernist conformity. Focused on enhancing individual expression, designers experimented with buoyant prints, bold colors and soft lines. Tap to shop or visit the link in bio for pieces from the  Me  decade at 1stdibs   and bring that far-out vibe to your own pad.
More than shag carpets and wood paneling, 1970s style was a departure from postwar modernist conformity. Focused on enhancing individual expression, d
For the Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania, house of empty nesters, with a penchant for entertaining, designer @evolveresidential envisioned a decor of Streamline Moderne sleekness. The designers  secret: replacing right angles with curves by using crown moldings and round furniture, like the Giorgetti sofa in the living room. Adding a pop of color to that otherwise neutral space is a bright yellow Alex Katz picture. We re definitely fans! Link in bio to shop the look. Photo by Sean Litchfield
For the Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania, house of empty nesters, with a penchant for entertaining, designer @evolveresidential envisioned a decor of Strea
In this East End vacation home, @kellybehunstudio proves that blue is the coolest color. Beyond the oceanic hue, however, the New York City based designer has steered clear of beach-house clichés. This space, for instance, boasts two Vladimir Kagan sofas, a mid-century-style patterned rug and a matching custom stone-mosaic. It may be a study, but it s definitely not quiet. Our favorite element: the Judy Glasser sculpture in the corner! Photo courtesy of @kellybehunstudio
In this East End vacation home, @kellybehunstudio proves that blue is the coolest color. Beyond the oceanic hue, however, the New York City based desi
A studio apartment in a dilapidated northern Italian palazzo was in dire need of a makeover. @midunydesign to the rescue! The Brooklyn-based architectural and design firm gave the space an eclectic yet minimal decor, and we are here for it. Link in bio to shop the look. Photograph by Ottavio Tomasin
A studio apartment in a dilapidated northern Italian palazzo was in dire need of a makeover. @midunydesign to the rescue! The Brooklyn-based architect
So many of the world s most talented designers use travel as their main source of inspiration. Luckily, you don t have to be a pro to embark on a travel-inspired makeover. For a chance to win $2,500 to shop 1stdibs' global inventory, head to our Global Style Sweepstakes post in feed or watch our story now to enter. A perfect example of global style is a Paris living room designed by @bosstudio. Round sofas being all the rage right now, the designer found a beautiful antique example on London s famed Pimlico Road, covered it with a luscious mohair velvet and set it in front of the floor-to-ceiling windows. The piece may have been sourced in London, but it s quintessentially French. Photo by Mark O Flaherty
         
*Official Sweepstakes terms at the link in bio.
So many of the world s most talented designers use travel as their main source of inspiration. Luckily, you don t have to be a pro to embark on a trav
For a Sag Harbor house belonging to a music executive and his family and boasting ocean views from every nook, @leroystreetstudio aimed for a beach house vibe suitable to life by the shore. In the bedroom, the designer paired a custom bed with a Hans Wegner Circle chair, illuminating it all with a Lumfardo Luminaires light that plays up the space s texture and colors while maintaining a sense of sophistication. Photo by Scott Frances
For a Sag Harbor house belonging to a music executive and his family and boasting ocean views from every nook, @leroystreetstudio aimed for a beach ho
New York based @mrarchitecturedecor aimed to inject a downtown feel into this Upper East Side loft-style apartment in an old factory building. The dining room features bold decor like a giant John Chamberlain piece that s flanked by limed-oak paneling.  We have always believed that the great success of this Manhattan home was the process with which it was created,  the architects say.  It was a collaboration between the owner, who is a significant force in the world of design; her decorator, who had a unique way of realizing the finishing for her home; and the MR team, which was able to create the architectural envelope within a building type that is rare for the Upper East Side.  Photo by Franc ois Halard
New York based @mrarchitecturedecor aimed to inject a downtown feel into this Upper East Side loft-style apartment in an old factory building. The din
Designer @michael_del_piero_ has redefined Hamptons style in the crisp white master bedroom of her home in Amagansett, New York. A chair she designed and produced faces the bed, by Gervasoni, while three vintage Nerone Ceccarelli and Giancarlo Patuzzi for Gruppo NP2 wooden panels provide a dramatic focal point. Tour the rest of her Hamptons home in our latest Introspective feature. Photography by @richardpowersphoto
Designer @michael_del_piero_ has redefined Hamptons style in the crisp white master bedroom of her home in Amagansett, New York. A chair she designed
Summer is the season to indulge in wanderlust. So this year, 1stdibs is setting its sights on classic design destinations around the world and giving you the chance to bring travel-inspired decor to your own home.

Enter to win a $2,500 shopping experience at 1stdibs and update your space into your very own travel-inspired sanctuary! 
To enter:
1. Be sure to follow @1stdibs on Instagram
2. Swipe through the above interiors and leave a comment below the one that best represents your style
3. Tag 3 friends who would like it too

Designers: @hubertzandberginteriors for Diane Kordas (photography by Dylan Thomas), @madduxcreative (photography by @michaelsinclair), @sarastorydesign (photography by Robert McLeod), @ikekligermanbarkley (photography by Peter Aaron), @bosstudio (photography by Mark O'Flaherty), @fionabarrattinteriors (photography by @ melyates_photography)

No purchase necessary.  A purchase will not increase your odds of winning.  Open to legal residents of the 50 United States, Puerto Rico, and D.C., 18 years of age and older. Void where prohibited. Sweepstakes begins 07/15/19 at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time ( EDT ) and ends on July 22, 2019 at 11:59:59 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time ( PDT ). Total ARV (approximate retail value) of Prize is $2,500.  Odds of winning depend on number of entries received. For Official Rules, including prize description, please click here: https://1stdi.bs/Sweepstakes2019 or head to the link in our bio.  Sponsor: 1stdibs.com, Inc., 51 Astor Place, 3rd Fl., NY, NY 10003.
Summer is the season to indulge in wanderlust. So this year, 1stdibs is setting its sights on classic design destinations around the world and giving

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