Have you scrolled #PrettyDomesticated lately? When we launched the hashtag, we never could have imagined how many of you would use it to share your beautiful spaces with us. Now our feed scroll keeps getting prettier and prettier.
That got us thinking that it’s time we start showcasing all that gorgeousness outside the gram! Starting today we will share a handful of spaces that stopped our scroll from the #PrettyDomesticated feed on a monthly basis. From beautiful outdoor spaces to inviting entries, the feed is bursting with inspiration. Have a look at what we are loving and then scroll through the feed yourself because these are just the top of the iceberg!
Thank you for sharing glimpses of your homes and life with us! We are deeply grateful for our instagram community and cannot wait to watch the feed continue to grow! Now keep an eye on our hashtag and keep tagging your posts with #PrettyDomesticated for a chance to be featured.
Scroll Stoppers from the Feed
It’s so easy to get lost in Amy’s work that we couldn’t pick between her #DSCoastalInTheBurbs exterior or the this quaint porch scene. I wouldn’t mind having a cup of coffee while waving at my neighbors from that porch swing one bit!
We’ve been seeing a rise in interesting shapes being incorporating throughout new builds. This opening is the perfect example of it done right! The opening detail + beams + light fixtures is pure magic.
You know how we love a good dark paint moment. The floor to ceiling beadboard is the perfect amount of detail for this simple but impactful space. We have a feeling Megan is one to keep your eye on.
I dare you to say this bathroom isn’t dreamy. You can’t. It’s impossible because it most certainly is. Phuong expertly combined modern and traditional elements for a truly custom look.
This kitchen is proof that it doesn’t have to be complicated to be stunning. The range and backsplash detail steal the show in this already beautiful kitchen.
Hilary knows a thing or two about space planning. We are inspired by how she took a wide open space and carved out inviting and detailed spaces throughout. Each space manages to be unique while still flowing seamlessly with it’s surroundings.
We find ourselves coming back to Jamie’s feed again and again. She is a master at layering neutral but textured materials throughout her spaces for a look that is anything but ordinary. We love the floors in her entry!
Jeanne’s room for the ORC shows that picture frame molding goes a long way. We love how she amped up the drama of an otherwise soft color palette with a bold sofa for added impact.
We just came across Katie’s account and it’s good! We love how she paired timeless textures for a romantic look in her breakfast nook.