7 Interior Designers You Should Follow on Instagram
Redoing your house? Planning to buy a new one soon? Just love seeing beautiful houses?
Don’t we all.
Whatever your reason, Instagram is the platform to be on. This visual medium is a hub for all things design-inspired — as long as you know who to follow.
Want a good starting point?
Put these seven interior designers on your radar
1. For patterns galore: @justinablakeney
Love a good, bold look? Head to Justina Blakeney’s feed. Her boho, jungle-inspired aesthetic is full of rich colors, ornate patterns, and plenty of greenery. And if you like what you see? You can even buy items she’s designed personally through Anthropologie, Target, and Pottery Barn Kids.
2. For clean, streamlined styling: @em_henderson
As both a stylist and designer, you won’t find interiors more pulled together than Emily’s. But the best part of her feed? That’s the design and DIY tips she shares. Her most recent video on sofa styling is a game-changer.
3. For an old-meets-new vibe: @coreydamenjenkins
Love mixing styles and genres? Just like a more regal touch? Corey Damen Jenkins has the inspiration you need. His interiors are filled with throwback furniture, rich materials, and well-chosen, modern accents, and it all comes together in an elegant, yet powerful way.
4. For a blast from the past: @sashabikoff
If you’re into interior designers with vintage style, Sasha Bikoff’s is the feed to follow. With hints of 60s, 70s, and 80s design throughout, it’s a great blast from the past — as well as serious inspiration for today’s interiors. Her use of pastels is particularly fun.
5. For a light and airy look: @palomacontrerasdesign
If that easy, breezy vibe is what you’re going for, check out Paloma Contreras. Her feed’s full of floral patterns, pale hues, and femininity. Her creative use of wallpaper is a must-see!
6. For bright pops of color: @kellywearstler
Creativity and color abound on Kelly Wearstler’s feed — on walls, on furnishings, and even on Kelly’s own wardrobe. Her recent striped wall is a showstopper, as are these amazing, forest green cabinets.
7. For awe-inspiring kitchens: @studiomcgee
If you’re re-doing your kitchen, then look no further than Studio McGee — the home of interior designers Syd and Shea McGee. You’ll find inspo for cabinetry, appliances, dishware, and more — everything you need to create a stunning cooking or dining area.