- 14 July 2021
- By Georgina Blaskey
Anthology Creative Studio
This international design studio has a mission: to create interiors that respect time, nature, and the human experience. Designing spaces that inspire and tell a story, their slow approach to design delivers calm, timeless schemes that are both inviting and stylish. A truly inspiring feed.
Louise Hjorth Design
Swedish interior designer Louise Hjorth is known for her romantic, minimal and simple style, layering textures and fabrics as part of a restful colour palette. Calming but never boring, her schemes expertly mix contemporary pieces with period features – just like in her own Stockholm home.
US-based entrepreneur and interior designer Noa Santos creates beautifully decorated spaces in neutral colour palettes. Thanks to his extraordinary attention to detail and creative approach to space, some of his signature details include curved, fluted joinery and plenty of natural materials.
Australian designer Phoebe Nicol uses European design classics but in a modern setting, blending the unexpected with the familiar, the old with the new, to create liveable, inviting spaces her clients will love. Her pink attic bedroom and wavy headboard are some of our favourite posts.
Madeleine Asplund Klingstedt
Another Swedish interior designer, Madeleine Asplund Klingstedt’s own curated home is an ode to minimalism, where every item is meticulously considered, both for its purpose and its design. Cohesive and restrained, Madeleine incorporates warm woods with a restrained muted colour palette across most of her projects.
Briggs Edward Solomon
Using deep, rich tones alongside warm neutrals, Briggs Edwards Solomon designs homes that are both inviting and cosy, combining aged furniture with textured materials. In these contemporary properties, Briggs Edwards Solomon demonstrates how well rustic brown furniture can sit within sleek lines, providing plenty of inspiration for mixing eras and styles – but all done with restraint.
We’ve long been fans of Christian Bense’s brilliant blog, The Basic Principle, which offers straightforward advice for interior conundrums. His design style – best described as seamlessly blending the old with the new, creating spaces which can’t be summed up in a single word – makes him one of the masters of small spaces.
Little Venice London
This account – or rather renovation diary – documents the transformation of a penthouse flat in Little Venice. Homeowner Danni uses a neutral colour scheme with monochrome accents to maximise the feeling space – and the roof terrace is pretty spectacular, too.
With around 1.4m followers, Amber Interiors is a bit of a force on the California design scene. The owner of an irresistible shop, Amber Lewis has also written a book, Made For Living, that teaches people how to layer their own interiors to create a cohesive, beautifully designed home.
Styling By Denice
Stylist Denice fills her grid with inspiring images from her home in Sweden. As well as the usual Scandinavian colours and monochrome accents, she also uses dried flowers as centrepieces, suspended from the ceiling as well as in vases – they’re like works of art.
If you thought your love affair with grey was over, you need to visit Banda Property’s account. Sophisticated, stylish and achingly cool, Banda’s designs ensure grey’s status as a neutral isn’t going anywhere soon. Think panelling, statement lighting and designer furniture.
Home Style Interior
British interior designer Tanya is gearing up to embark on a new renovation project in the spring, but in the meantime, you can scroll through the one she’s already completed and trying to sell. It’s a personal journey, highlighting the challenges and dilemmas of a build – but the results are clean, cool and smart.