If you loved our first round-up of interiors Instagram accounts to follow, then keep reading. Proving Instagram is as useful for home inspo as is it for a fashion fix, here are the top interiors Instagramers you’ll want on your feed...
If you’re in the market for a new kitchen, deVOL is a must-follow. Where Farrow & Ball paint shades meet beautifully handcrafted designs and luxe finishes, its feed serves up food for thought on all things kitchens.
In the mood to shop? Domino is an Instagram-style store that lets you peruse styled rooms and purchase the items in them. A sure-fire way for making your home double tap-worthy.
US-based interior designer Elizabeth Lawson showcases her portfolio to the masses. Think muted tones and plenty of blush pink, metallic finishing touches and quick and easy styling tricks that will boost your home’s appeal.
‘Making the world a better space’ is this account’s tagline and its photos celebrate some of the most coveted interiors trends, from oversized art work to Berber rugs, gallery walls to statement tiles. One to bookmark if you’re redecorating.
Arguably London’s coolest home, if you’ve yet to check out House Curious you’re in for a treat. Part online store, part pop-up, rental and photo shoot space, scrolling their feed will have you wanting to overhaul your own home pronto. Check out our Home Tour with House Curious here.
There’s a reason Vogue voted this one of the ‘Top 10 Interiors Instagram Accounts 2017’. We do too, thanks to journalist Kate Watson-Smyth’s impeccable taste. Her beautiful home, and eye for an interiors update, will make you green with envy.
London-based architects, interior designers and the coolest builders in the business; follow Minale and Mann for renovation ideas and pics that look plucked from the deco pages.
If you’re after interiors inspiration that’s both homely and stylish, Nicola Harding is the designer for you. Stunning artwork sits beside design classics and just the right amount of trend-led looks. We love her colour clashing and mixing of fabrics and prints.
Proving colour, print and texture are there to be clashed, interior design duo Salvesen Graham’s feed is a delight to scroll through. From inky blue chevrons to rich, jewel-hued velvet and country-inspired florals; their ‘no rules apply’ aesthetic shouldn’t work but 100% does.
Husband and wife interiors team Studio McGee is a must-follow if you’re after a clean, polished aesthetic, Think gold and marble coffee tables, enviable art work, perfectly plump cushions, trios of hydrangeas and you get the picture.
Have a nosy into the Wit & Delight blog, aka Kate Arends’ home. Pick up some well-sourced design ideas or steal Kate’s tips for entertaining in this beautifully curated feed.