Today, I’m so excited to share all of my favorite Instagram accounts for home decor inspiration. I love following how real people style their own spaces with all different budgets and challenges, some with tiny apartments and others with big homes. I’m a self-proclaimed inspiration hoarder, and most of the designers I’m obsessed with I’ve discovered all through Instagram!
Who do you guys love to follow? Share some of your favorite designers, creatives and bloggers in the comments for me to discover!
Interior designer and textile/object designer Sarah nails the modern, slightly boho, California vibe. I love her use of pattern, shapes and colours to make a statement, while keeping the “cool” factor. And over the past year she literally bought a house over the internet without ever seeing it in person — and is renovating it completely from top to bottom!
I love Annette’s all-white feed! Her home proves that white is anything but boring.
Boheme Home is a small business in New Zealand that is so dear to me. Their online boutique is a modern, minimalist take on handmade bohemian decor. I stumbled across them years ago when they were still pretty unknown, and since then they’ve opened their first showroom. Follow them for stunning images of cane, rattan, and natural pieces with a modern edge — styled perfectly and ethically made.
Leanne is a fashion stylist turned interior designer, known for her love of white and warm minimalism. She’s one to follow if your love of white knows no bounds (mine doesn’t) but you could some guidance on how to keep it totally not boring.
Based in Vancouver (my home!), Sarah is the founder of boheme goods, where she sells curated home decor and vintage clothing. She has an eye for mixing high-end pieces with second-hand, and combining modern-day mass produced items with one of a kind vintage. Follow her if you want your feed blessed with sepia tones and 70’s bohemian vibes, but also if you want to become more conscious of ethically-sourced design.
Interior designer Carol has the most stunning home filled with eclectic art, vintage pieces, and flea market finds. Give me all of that wood! And touches of black! I love reading her long Instagram captions – especially hearing the origin stories of items she’s found while travelling throughout Europe, and learning SO much about her design process. I really admire how she’s kept her home feeling approachable, and welcoming — sometimes collecting such precious items makes your home feel less like a home and more like a rigid art gallery.
I love Anna’s warm, minimalist take on Scandinavian design. She shares my love for mixing textures and materials in her minimal home.
Craig is a dude living life between Melbourne and Bali, documenting his love for rare tropical plants and minimalist design. Until finding Craig’s home, it was challenging balancing my extreme love for plants with the style of my home. But he nails it and I am just. so. obsessed!
Jessica, the creative mind behind The Eve, has the best taste. I’ve discovered so many of my favourite artists and homeware boutiques through her feed. I love following along her creative projects, whether she’s sourcing items for interior styling projects or putting together a monthly mood board.
I looooove seeing how far Brady has come since I found him over at Emily Henderson Design. Yes, he’s now Creative Director over at Bobby Berk’s (Queer Eye) furniture company, but you can still follow along with his decor hacks, DIY’s and budget room transformations — perfect for renters like me!
Who’s your favourite of the bunch? Anyone that I missed? Comment below!