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9 Australian Interior Designers You Should Follow on Instagram This Minute

Fact: Instagram is an amazing place for finding interiors inspiration. Pinterest is cool but the nature of IG makes it all too easy to fall down a veritable rabbit hole of house porn, tapping and scrolling, tapping and scrolling. (And don’t forget saving.) Basically, if you’re searching for unusual colour combinations, up-and-coming brands or hard-to-find furniture and homewares pieces, it’s the digital place to be. To give you a headstart on rounding out your interiors follows, we’ve curated a list of 9 of the best Australian interior designers on Instagram. Whether you’re keen on Scandinavian minimalism, magpie-esque maximalism or anything in-between, there’s sure to be something for you to add to your moodboard below. Keep scrolling for more.


Who: Tarina Wood, Perth

What: Expect endless interiors inspiration courtesy of both Tarina’s own family home and the homes she styles for a living. Tarina’s especially skilled at incorporating punchy colour with a restrained hand and creating kids rooms that are fun, bright and bold (not twee).


Who: Catherine Heraghty, Sydney

What: Heraghty’s go-to colour palette is a refined blend of grey, white and wood—perfect for interiors minimalists. She has a particular knack for striking the balance between polished and personality using accents like interesting tiles, black hardware and lots of greenery.


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I sat here pondering a little while today 🤔 And I’d love to know… 💁🏻‍♂️ Are we giving you what you want to see? 🤷🏻‍♂️ We hope we’re totally worthy of a stop and stare rather than a fleeting scroll through the socials 🤳🏼 So, we’d love to hear from you! 👂🏼 What do you want to see/or what do you want us to stop/start doing? We’d love to know! 🙏🏼😘 . . . . . #interior #instahome #homedecor #interior4all #decoration #interiores #furniture #homestyle #interiors #interiorstyling #archilovers #interior123 #architecturelovers #inredning #myhome #interiordecor #homedesign #finahem #livingroom #nordiskehjem #australia #visitmelbourne #seeaustralia #discoveraustralia #australiagram #melbourneiloveyou #canonphotos #canoneos #canonphotographer #focalmarked

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Who: Az De La Cruz, Melbourne

What: Not just an interiors inspiration follow, the Haus of Cruz is serving so much more. From glimpses into family life (including cameos from a very cute toy Cavoodle Bella) to calling out small Australian artists and design brands, it’s feel good in Instagram form.


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Please continue on if your name is Jasmine. Stay with me if you are a notoriously hard to buy for and your name is Jasmine. And if your still here, please know that jasmine vials in my little holiday shop is shipped free if to anyone named after this precious nectar of the gods. Asking because I only have 10 vials of said jasmine, potent frankincense and others (like sweet orange!) are are all part of a small batch selection of oils, spoils and surprises just for the holidays. You might know a Jasmine to ping this to or you might have just pulled ‘Jasmine’ from the $30 Kris Kringle hat at work. If so please see link in profile because this jasmine is truly special. And wait to you see the charming complimentary packaging – hand made indian newspaper confetti (yes we are idiots and spend all our waking hours drinking espresso and hole punching The Times of India for this effect) with sprigs of vertiver in a mirror lidded bubba of a box. #isyournamejasmine photo by @pablo__veiga

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Who: Megan Morton, Sydney

What: Put simply, this account is a maximalist’s dream. An uplifting mix of interiors snaps, travel inspo (via @theschoolinstagram’s international styling masterclasses) and kooky captions, this acclaimed Australian stylist’s ability to pull together colour and texture in a meaningful way is unparalleled.


Who: Monica Bean, Sydney

What: Monica’s styling is clean, simple and sophisticated in the very best way. Despite working with all types of design themes, she manages to construct spaces that feel both expensive-looking and cosy. If anyone can convince you that neutrals can be anything but basic, it’s her.


Who: Greg Natale, Sydney

What: The king of pattern, Greg is renowned for his way with print and colour. (If you think you’re not a “colour” person, you just haven’t seen his work yet.) Beautiful styling feat. Greg’s premium aesthetic is a mainstay but regardless of budget, you’ll find inspiration in his ideas.


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Work ☁️ #tamsinjohnsoninteriors

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Who: Tamsin Johnson, Sydney

What: Tamsin is exceptionally good at sourcing unique pieces you won’t find anywhere else. The interior stylist creates personality-driven designs that don’t overwhelm—a serious skill. Both her commercial and residential work are unlike anything else you’ve seen.


Who: Lynda Gardener, Melbourne

What: This self-described interior stylist, hotelier, collector and collaborator is one busy woman. Between a styling business (@inside_story_), bespoke accommodation spaces and a store, she somehow finds time to upload stunning imagery to the gram.


Who: Lauren Li, Melbourne

What: Lauren’s vibe is fun and relaxed but so carefully considered—you can almost sense the thought process behind each of her designs. She also does a great job seeking out furniture and homewares makers making her online Journal a destination for anyone on the hunt for a special piece.