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10 Interiors That Killed It on Pinterest in 2015

In ways both big and small, 2015 was, happily, our best year yet. We (finally!) redesigned the site, courtesy of RoAndCo. We hosted our second annual Sight Unseen OFFSITE and launched an offshoot at Collective Design, featuring gallery-level work by six of our favorite American designers. We completed our first interior design project, hosted two events in LA, and worked with a slew of awesome new partners and contributors. (Oh, and on the side, Jill had a new baby and Monica launched a new business. NBD.) But behind all of that was this site and the amazing readers who come to it every day for inspiration. This week we’ll be reflecting back on your favorites — the top ten stories you loved, the images you repinned, the Instagrams you thought were 100 (double underscore!).

Today we set out to explore our most-loved Pinterest pins of 2015, but since it’s not possible to view your most-repinned images in a given year, we narrowed our focus down to the top interior pins. Here are the 10 spaces you swooned over — we can’t say we blame you. See you back here in 2016!



1. The Esprit headquarters in Dusseldorf designed by Ettore Sottsass



2. An Antwerp kitchen remodel by Dries Otten



3. The Hotel Covell in L.A. designed by Sally Breer


Rachel-Comey-NYC-Fashion-Interior-Design-34. The dressing rooms at Rachel Comey’s Soho flagship, designed by Elizabeth Roberts and Charles de Lisle


Amber-Interiors-Client-Freakin-Fabulous-Neustadt5. Los Angeles home redux by Amber Lewis Interiors


jakecurtis6. Tile editorial styled by Gabby Deeming for House & Garden



7. An apartment styled for the Swedish paint company Alcro


UdA_Metaphysical-Remix_Ripamonti-_9_8. An apartment renovation in Turin by Italian design studio UdA


maurizio-zucchi-cactus-temple-home_29. The “Cactus Temple,” aka designer Maurizio Zucchi’s home


Studio-Pepe-—-Palm-spring-210. Palm editorial by Studiopepe for Elle Decor Italia