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Best Loved Peeks

by anne

In honor of today, we wanted to put together a special collection of sneak peeks based on “people’s choice.” Using a very unscientific formula of most-viewed and most-commented posts, we’ve pulled together a collection of everyone’s favorites. To add to the fun, we’re celebrating our new look by collecting images that match our color scheme. Going through these photos, I couldn’t help but think how all these spaces have shaped who we are today. And while we love every home we’ve been lucky enough to share over the years, here are a handful of the “Best Loved Peeks.” What’s your all-time favorite peek? Let us know in the comments below! — Anne

Image above: The home of Abigail Ahern attracted attention with unexpected gray walls and fun pieces throughout her home.

Image above: Samantha Reitmayer of style/SWOON
literally made readers swoon over her place.

Image above: The home of Sarah Bedford and Alan Hill blends the styles of this creative couple with a color palette that caught the eyes of many.

Image above: “Organic and handsome” is how one reader described Josh Vogel’s Hudson Valley cottage

Image above: The contemporary yet comfortable home of Lisi and Alex lets us travel to Barcelona.

Image above: Caitlin and Samuel of Popham Design made readers want to tile their homes after a glimpse into their Moroccan house.

Image above: Rob Brinson and Jill Sharp Brinson showed how even an old plow factory can become a beautiful home.

Image above: The home of Gemma Ahern stood out from the rest (well, except for her sister).

Image above: Readers loved the home of Matthew Bird and the way his unique style came through.

Image above: Readers noticed lots of little touches in the London home of Florence Rolando.

Image above: Kirsten Voortman invited us into her Amsterdam home — no fear of pink here!

Image above: Color was the secret to success for the home of Sarah Hvass

Image above: Anne Cramer’s home was often called “dreamy” by readers.

Image above: Fiona Douglas of Bluebellgray showed us how florals and color can weave the way through a home, where her own work takes center stage.

Image above: Cecile Carré’s home Casa Radas
is one the creations of MisMAS, her “interior design company for everybody.”

Image above:
Lizzy Janssen’s jewel-box apartment is a grown-up version of the dollhouses she loved as a kid.

Image above: Shay Ometz’s home was a big hit for its mix of mid-century modern and color.

Image above: The home of Lara Collins was loved for feeling lived in with great style.

Image above: Kirra Jamison and Dane Lovett’s Melbourne home
in a converted industrial warehouse grabbed attention from readers around the world.

Image above: Sophie Blackall’s home made readers think, with an overall “creepy but cool” win.

Image above: Ashley Helvey and Miles Pederson
remind us that even workspaces can be beautiful.

Image above: “Lovely eclecticism” was how one reader described the home of Emily and Andrew de Stefano

Image above: Jordan and Jason of Enormous Champion pleased readers with their knack for incorporating objects that they love.

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