The House Renovation Instagram Accounts We Love

The House Renovation Instagram Accounts We Love

If you’re thinking about renovating a property but can’t even bring yourself to open a paint chart, there are plenty of Instagram accounts from which to draw inspiration. Whether you’re restoring a country house or looking to install a more contemporary scheme, there’s a feed out there to suit. Here are the ones worth following…



De Beauvoir Home bought this Hackney property in 2018, with construction beginning in July 2019. With the process still ongoing, the current feed combines ‘reality’ with ‘inspiration’ so you can track their progress and see where they get their ideas from.

Follow @DeBeauvoirHome​


The Water Tower Project tracks the renovation of a 1910 water tower in Stockholm as it sheds its 1990s style and adopts a new identity. Expect Swedish sleek design in a historic setting, plus updates on the other projects the owners are busy designing.

Follow @WTPStudios​




Follow the renovation and building of a Georgian farmhouse in Surrey. Since May 2019, this family have occupied themselves with creating a quintessential English country home. It's enough to convince you to leave the city for good…

Follow @Fixing_The_Farmhouse​


With extensive experience in renovating unloved and forgotten houses, the team behind this current project in Dulwich are currently restoring and decorating a four-storey gem which has stood empty for more than 20 years.

Follow @DustStory​




Here, interior designer and property renovator Natasha tracks her home improvements close to Richmond Park as she creates a restful, stylish family home. Think monochrome, sleek design coupled with family-friendly living.

Follow @Pebbles_And_Peanuts​


Fashion journalist and presenter Louise Roe swapped LA for the UK last year, and quickly embarked on renovating a huge country house. Packed full of inspiration from other homes she loves, as well as before and after images from her own property, this account is a masterclass in traditional English interior design. 

Follow @LouiseRoeHome​




Here, interior designer Lou Kelly shares the total gutting and rebuilding of her family home in south west London. Executing modern trends in an accessible way, Lou shows her followers how to successfully incorporate contemporary touches in a period property.

Follow @OneFourEightLondon​


The external transformation of this property is enough to make anyone believe they can turn an ugly home into an attractive one. The interiors are jaw-droppingly stylish, too, combining the traditional with the modern to create a warm and interesting living space.

Follow @TheOldPiggery_


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