1stdibs How did Nate Berkus @nateberkus become one of the world's most famous designers? By being a really, really good designer. Tour 6 of his luxe-yet-livable projects on @1stdibs. #1stdibsdesign 2d

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1stdibs @grovesandco designed this spa-like Park Avenue bathroom for a well-known cosmetics mogul. The client admitted that though she liked the look of a freestanding tub, she wasn't a big bath-taker — enabling the firm to use a glossy walnut backsplash. 3d

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1stdibs Young designer @sashabikoff has a knack for channeling past eras of excess — late-18th-century France, 1980s America — to create interiors that are entirely of the moment. See more of her work in #Introspective. 4d

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1stdibs Designer Kathryn Scott (@kathrynscottdesignstudio) renovated this 1860s home with materials carefully sourced to re-create details that were lost over decades of changing ownership. See more images of the project on 1stdibs (link in bio!). 5d

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1stdibs Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld says he will make hundreds of sketches to perfect “the way you enter, why the door is opening this way and not the other way, the way you move through the plan.” See the fruits of his labors — including this São Paulo apartment in #Introspective. Photo by Matthieu Salvaing. 6d

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1stdibs Insane millwork alert! This glamorous Park Avenue apartment by @cullmankravis also features a mix of traditional and modern furnishings, animal prints, metallic ceilings and jeweled curtains by Lesage. Photo by Nick Johnson. 7d

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1stdibs Our dreams of Hollywood don't involve movie stardom, only LA designer Madeline Stuart's gorgeous projects. See more of her work — like this 1940s Regency home — on 1stdibs. #1stdibsdesign @madelinestuart 1w

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1stdibs More soothing than a warm bath? A warm bath in an antique claw-footed tub in an 18th-century French chateau. Soak up more bathroom inspiration on #TheStudy. Design by Timothy Corrigan (@timothycorriganinc). 1w

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1stdibs "I’ve always been attracted to a sumptuous, overblown look — and I love dense, heavy arrangements full of movement." Get inspired by the work of Lewis Miller, one of NYC's most sought-after floral designers. Link in bio! 2w

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1stdibs Nestled under the eaves of London's historic Connaught Hotel, this dramatic private suite by David Collins Studio (@davidcollinsstudio) is filled with generously sized pieces and bold-yet-focused hits of color. 2w

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1stdibs This light-filled, oceanfront breakfast nook by M. Elle Design is the next best thing to dining alfresco. See 14 other casual dining spaces on #TheStudy. @m.elle.design | photo by William Abranowicz. 2w

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1stdibs Today's design obsession: this 1920s French apartment by Suduca & Mérillou that's filled with walnut-clad walls and the mid-century designs of Charlotte Perriand and Jean Prouvé. Swoon. 2w

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1stdibs This sunny London breakfast room by Peter Mikic was inspired by Yves Saint Laurent’s Parisian apartment. Mikic designed the silk banana leaf-print floor covering, the walnut-and-brass table and the leather-upholstered seating. See 14 other eye-opening breakfast nooks on #TheStudy (link in bio)! 2w

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1stdibs Los Angeles–based designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard (@martynbullard) creates high-octane, ultra-glamorous interiors for an A-list clientele that includes the likes of Tommy Hilfiger, Kourtney Kardashian and Cher. Tour 6 of his projects on 1stdibs (link in bio). #1stdibsdesign 2w

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1stdibs If you lived here, you'd be home. And you'd probably never leave the house. Spectacular London Penthouse by Robert Couturier. See more #1stdibsdesign in our new Interiors section. 2w

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1stdibs Tommy Clements of mother-son design team Clements Design says: "I can really get obsessed with the minutiae. My mom is a bit more macro." Pictured: their collaborative effort for client Ellen Degeneres. Meet four other designers who went into the family business. Photo by Sam Frost. 3w

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1stdibs The flora and fauna at our #MilanDesignWeek party with Dedar. #dedarmilano #SaloneDelMobile #isaloniofficial 3w

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1stdibs Dark arts. Fox-Nahem Associates used bespoke architectural finishes and mid-century modern pieces to create this polished, rich Manhattan apartment. #1stdibsdesign @foxnahem 3w

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1stdibs It might be an election year, but our great debate centers on relaxed vs. formal design aesthetics. Here, the merits of the formal living room — carefully arrayed with pedigreed art and furniture —are articulated by Matthew Patrick Smyth. See more in #Introspective. 3w

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1stdibs A laid-back mix of old and new defines this light-filled home in California by @browndesigngroup, giving it an eclectic East Coast–meets–West Coast feel. 3w

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