Instagram interiors inspo? You're either into the totally minimal (think a single succulent against a white wall) or charmingly cluttered (African wall hangings, Kinder Egg toys and antique chests essential), and not a lot in between. Whichever side you're on, we've rounded up the 7 Insta accounts we're constantly double tapping for your scrolling pleasure...
Follow for: if you're feeling rustic
Forget perfectly stacked coffee table books and pristine plumped cushions, Emily is all about unmade beds, sprawling cacti and mismatched crockery. You’ll feel right at home in her cosy Insta abode, full of earthy tones, Aztec prints and worn-in leather chairs.
Follow for: the details
Making your home picture perfect means carefully considering everything from the colour of your walls to angle of your teapot. Holly is an interiors blogger who understands the fine art of details, and will be your ultimate finishing touch interiors inspo.
Follow for: contemporary luxe
Modern chic doesn’t have to mean minimal. My Domaine curates the most luxurious homes from across Instagram in deep shades of royal blue, teraccotta and jade green. We can’t get enough of the floral arrangements, never mind the chandeliers and plush art-deco fireplaces.
Follow for: modern traveller
All the colours, textures and patterns brought back from your travels deserve to stand out against a crisp white backdrop – if you don’t believe us, Amber Lewis’ Insta will convince you. We are loving the rich rugs and bookshelf displays, but it’s those cushions that have us dreaming of fabric markets.
Follow for: inside an Aussie abode
Lucy runs Australia’s most popular design blog, The Design Files, which peeks into the homes of Australia’s coolest creatives. This account has a healthy dose of architecture, gorgeous gardens and traditional craftwork, too. Yep, we thought you’d be hitting the follow button.
Follow for: casual comfort
Your home is a place you should be able to relax in, and nobody knows that more than Kelly Vittengl. It’s no surprise that the self-confessed rug-slinger snaps a serious amount of her cultural carpets, alongside mustard throws, creamy crockery and stripped walls.
Follow for: the ultimate minimalism
How Jennifer keeps her home this pristine with a little one we don’t know, but you have to admire this level of monochrome minimalism. White walls, black photo frames and grey cushions are only given a splash of colour with succulents and gold accents. One for the design extremists.
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