If you are anything like us then there’s nothing better than scrolling through Instagram as a way to get some design inspiration. A lot of us are now living and working in the same spaces so a little design update could be just the ticket to refreshing your space without having to go through all the fuss of moving. Here’s our selection of some Instagram accounts we love for interior design inspiration.
Joanna Thornhill (@joannathornhillstylist) writes and styles features for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines. She has over 15 years’ experience so she definitely knows what she is talking about when it comes to styling your home! Her Instagram account offers you pretty, stylish (of course!) but also cozy home images which actually look like they belong to a house you’d want to live in. We really enjoy her insights into her own experiences as well as her tips to help you add a stylish touch in your own home.
Rona Wheeldon (@flowerona) helps florists improve their online presence, so it’s no wonder her own Instagram account is a source of beautiful images showcasing flowers, bouquets and flower arrangements. We love it because the flowers shown are mostly seasonal and also have that country garden feel. Not only does her feed provide some much needed beauty in our lives but it gives us lots of ideas (and motivation!) to include a floral element in our homes.
Zoe Murphy (@zoemurphydesign) is a furniture and textile designer from Kent who also screen prints onto furniture. Follow her for lots of vivacious designs that will inspire you to bring some colour into your home - and maybe also inspire some furniture upcycling!
Looking for some other ways to fall back in love with your space? Check out our article for some ideas on how to refresh your home on a budget.
Cate St Hill (@catesthill) is a design writer and consultant based in London. If you love stylish and simple homes with a touch of Scandi style, you’ll enjoy her feed. She brings us her designs, where white, calm and purity reign - but they still keep that “lived in”, cosy touch.
As much as we love some Scandi chic, there are times when we need some cheery colour in our lives (particularly at the moment!). Geraldine Tan’s account (@littlebigbell) is what you need if you are looking to add some zing into your home’s style. We love her colourful, bold ideas that will help you visualise what your house could look like as a welcoming, beautiful rainbow.
Another ideal account for your design interior inspiration if you are a colour lover is 2LG Studio (@2lgstudio). Created by the designers Jordan and Russell, 2GL Studio, based in South East London, shares their projects and tips for room ideas with unusual, colourful patterns and walls that we cannot help falling in love with.
Teri (@thelovelydrawer) is an interiors and lifestyle blogger who loves to post rustic pictures. In her account you can find tons of lovely interior design ideas for a warm home style where wood and green prevails. Not to mention that she also shares DIY tutorials to allow you to create your very own decoration at home.
Lucy Gough (@stylebylucy) is an interior stylist who shares beautiful little vignettes for different areas of the home over her Instagram. You can find interior design inspirations for your flowers, for your vases, your table layouts, cupboards full of crockery, and much more! There are definitely ideas we can all take inspiration from when it comes to Christmas and autumn decorations.
Sebastian Cox (@sebastiancoxltd) is a regenerative designer, craftsman and environmentalist who showcases his beautiful creations on Instagram. His posts show minimalist and wooden home decors which are all about sustainability. His feed gives us that sense of peace that only beautiful craftsmanship can bring.
Kristine Hall (@restoringlansdowne) is an interior design consultant in London who gives us a glimpse into the beautiful Georgian house restoration that she is undertaking. Her elegant designs make us tempted to add a touch of darkness to our own homes.
Each of these Instagram accounts has their own style, from colour, to Scandi to dark period pieces and so should help you find just the right interior design inspirations to restyle your home.
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