Your home is your personal sacred space, and it should feel like a beautiful sanctuary at all times.
But if you’re not in love with the way your interiors look right now, don’t worry – we’ve curated the very best interior design Instagram accounts for you to peruse and get inspired by.
Here’s who made the list:
@greenandmustard – Dynamic duo Sally & Anna create mid-century and bohemian styled spaces with – you guessed it – frequent pops of green and mustard tones.
@myscandinavianhome – This blogger and author creates clean and simple designs with neutral colours, and manages to create a wonderfully rich and homely vibe every time.
@themodernhouse – Best for contemporary spaces and houses with a strong nod to architecture and minimalism.
@ettoresottsass – An homage of the most weird and wonderful interior designs, with a full rainbow spectrum of colours that promise to lift your spirits, and leave you feeling sunny even on the gloomiest of days.
@mad_about_the_house – Kate Watson-Smyth, author of Shades of Grey, incorporates country cottage style elements into modern spaces, with a twist. As you can tell from her book, grey is a colour she loves and uses often in her designs.
@contemporary_life – Melia posts a mix of beautiful interiors and lifestyle photos from her many adventures around the world. Plants and nature feature prominently in her photos, creating a feeling of life and wellness.
@thejungalow – This is a must for anyone with a bohemian spirit at heart. The interior shots are filled with influences of nature, the earth and beautiful jewelled tones.
@plantsindecor – If you’ve always wanted to bring the outdoors into your home, but weren’t sure how to get started – this account is the perfect source of inspiration. Plants are also proven to make us feel happier and calmer, and they’re also a great source of fresh oxygen too!
@markdsikes – Author of The NY Times best seller, BEAUTIFUL, Mark D. Sikes is an interior designer who has a big thing for stripes. Many of his designs have a gorgeous nautical feel to them, with strong uses of blues and whites, creating a fresh and timeless look.
@francesloom – If antique rugs are right up your street, then check out Kelly Vittengl’s gorgeous collection on display, with great inspiration on how to style these in your home.