Social Style: 30 Collins On InstagramAuthor:Candace Abbott
With a firm name like “30 Collins,” your mind can’t help but dream up something that’s laced with luxury and unapologetically modern. Well, the design duo, Nicole Heininger and David Corbin, who run this smooth sailing (and painfully good looking) LA-sased ship have an Instagram that’s worthy of following and obsessing over.
The pair have filled their feed with their own designs, which include decadent living spaces featuring pieces that’ll make your heart skip a beat. Are you up for velveteen club chairs, metallic touches, and neutrals that put in some serious work? Then 30 Collins speaks your language. Once you tap “Follow,” you’ll treat your eyes to plush bedroom scenes that never fail to wow. Why? Because every slumber space deserves a chandelier if Nicole and David have anything to do with it.
Don’t think that their genius stops with residential. The two are award-winners in the hospitality and retail departments. See how they did an Ella Moss boutique below.
Look on to inspirational details that grace their feed and see how their modernist approach remains strong in all that they do.
But it’s not all custom furnishings, custom designs, custom lighting, lush kitchen spaces, shopping spots, and restaurants to go wild for. It’s also about the pups of 30 Collins (Max and Scout), poolside meetings in the hills, an insanely stylish pair who take fab photos and events, weddings, birthdays, the beach and awesome snaps of Los Angeles.
Cool just got a new name and we like it.
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