5 Instagram Accounts To Follow For Maximum Interior Inspiration
It’s on that app that you can flood your feed with exciting designers and decorators, investigate trends, such as the rise of millennial pink and gen z yellow, as well as identity the newest it item. (Haven’t you heard? Marble is over. Terrazzo tables, anyone?)
But where to start? We’ve picked a few accounts that we know and love to get your interior inspiration journey on its way. But be warned: This is truly addictive stuff.
This British chef and television presenter – she has a forthcoming series coming soon and is the food editor of marie claire UK – is not only fantastically, fabulously stylish but she’s currently in the middle of a massive renovation on her East London townhouse.
Which means that her profile is full-to-bursting with interiors, like snaps of her newest furniture additions (we’re partial to her new velvet couch), her favourite wallpaper and paint swatches (she’s mad for wallpaper, and we can feel ourselves becoming fans of the stuff just through following her), as well as pictures pilfered from magazines that serve as inspiration for her own decorating project.
This award-winning Australian interior designer is the woman whose impeccable taste powered the redesign at Byron Bay hotel Halycon House and fashion designer Lucy Folk’s Parisian townhouse, to name just a few of her most high-profile projects.
Her Instagram profile is half devoted to personal pictures of herself, her husband (tailor Patrick Johnson) and their children, and half devoted to her professional portfolio. Unsurprisingly, it’s 100% stylish.
Ever wondered what it might be like to live in a castle? Follow Karina and Craig Waters, an Australian family originally from Perth, on Instagram to find out. They’re currently living and restoring Château de Gudanes, an 18th century castle in the French region of Verdun and their Instagram account is pure, unadulterated heaven.
It’s here that you’ll get your French provincial luxury fix, from beautiful antique crockery to peeling plaster in the master bedrooms to tangles of wildflowers spilling through windows.
Founded by fashion designer Haley Boyd (her brand Marais peddles minimal sandals in sorbet coloured suede), this account is a bit of a hidden gem. An ode to earthy, warm design, her feed is full of inspiration pictures from real movies, magazines and real homes.
Boyd has an eye for colour, which you’ll see from the pictures she spotlights awash in terracottas, mustard yellows and rich greens. But we love to follow the account for its dedication to windows. Almost every picture features one, arching, bracketed, painted and flooded with light. You’ll get plenty of window inspiration here.
Follow for: Styling tips
Sydney-based interior designer Bianca Martin has a knack for print and patterns that make following her Instagram account worthwhile. If you veer towards minimal in your own style but are looking to add a bit of excitement to a room with some printed soft furnishings, this account will help you source the right accessory for every room.
But even more than that, you’ll get the chance to relive Martin’s recent holiday with her husband and two children. The family decamped to Europe, travelling from the UK through Morocco, Italy and France, and every city they journeyed through has served as inspiration for Martin’s own work. Maybe her travels can inspire you, too.
Now that we’re on the topic, here are 7 easy ways to update your home in winter and, according to Pinterest, these are six of the trends heading to an interior near you this season.
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