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These Were Our Most Popular Instagram Posts of 2018

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These Were Our Most Popular Instagram Posts of 2018

January 1, 2019

Moody kitchens, unexpected exteriors, brownstone bathrooms, these were a few of our most popular posts on the @remodelista Instagram feed in 2018. Today, on the first day of the new year, we’re taking a look back at some of your favorite images from 2018.

What do you want to see on our feed in 2019? Drop us a line in the comments below, and be sure to check out our most popular posts on our sister sites Gardenista and The Organized Home.

1. Charleston, South Carolina, Dining Room

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Above: The combination of the steel-framed glass doors, brick fireplace, and midcentury furnishings made this room the most popular on our feed in 2018. See more in Exotica at Work: Inside a Historic Office in Charleston, Plus 13 Ideas to Steal. Photograph courtesy of SCDO Partners.

2. Dramatic Park Slope Exterior

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Above: A Park Slope townhouse facade is freshened up with Farrow & Ball’s Skimming Stone and contrasting Benjamin Moore Black trim. See more in Rehab Diary: Monochromatic Luxe in Park Slope. Photograph by Nicole Franzen.

3. Eclectic Kitchen

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Above: An eclectic assortment of art and objets adorns an open shelf in the kitchen of a remodeled motor lodge in the Catskills. The designers opted for no upper cabinets for an airier feel. See more in The Woodhouse Lodge: Designer Megan Pflug’s Catskills Motor Lodge Makeover. Photograph by Frank Frances.

4. Two-Tone Living Room

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Above: A coat of Farrow & Ball’s Down Pipe makes a dramatic statement on the walls of this living room. See more in Going to the Dark Side with Mad About the House in London. Photograph by Rory Gardiner.

5. Provincetown Beach House

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Above: Designers Hein+Cozzi went in an unexpected direction with the exterior of this Provincetown beach house—with a coat of Benjamin Moore Wrought Iron on the street-front face. See more in Out at Sea: A Shipshape Renovation in Provincetown by Hein+Cozzi. Photograph by Justine Hand.

6. Cult of the Dark Green Kitchen

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Above: Is the Pinterest-approved blue kitchen passé? These images make the case for the dark green kitchen. See more in Trend Alert: 10 Favorite, Time-Tested Dark Green Kitchens.

7. Cult of the Dark Green Kitchen (continued)

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Above: Another vote for the dark green kitchen, this one designed by Plain English. See more at Kitchen of the Week: A Historic Kitchen in Shropshire, Recast in Monochrome Green. Photograph courtesy of Plain English.

8. Bed-Stuy Brownstone

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Above: Scroll through the gallery to see a few rooms from an architect’s own Bed-Stuy townhouse. See more in The Sentimental Minimalist: A Young Architect’s Bed-Stuy Townhouse Makeover. Photograph by Kate Sears; styling by Kate S. Jordan.

9. Japanese Spa Bathroom in Malibu

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Above: The walls and floors of this luxe bathroom are wrapped in Jerusalem limestone. See more in Hollywood-Style Zen in Malibu: Nobu Ryokan Guesthouse on Carbon Beach. Photograph courtesy of Laure Joliet.

10. Midcentury Glam in Seattle

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Above: A winning project in our 2018 Considered Design Awards, this midcentury modern kitchen in Seattle has concrete countertops and glamorous brass accents. See more in Best Professional Kitchen: Montlake Residence by Mowery Marsh Architects and Kaylen Flugel Design. Photograph by Haris Kenjar.

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