Interior inspiration: 5 bloggers you need to follow
Some of the best interior inspiration can be found on Instagram, and scrolling through a feed filled with interior love can evoke all kinds of positive feelings. Here we showcase five bloggers you need to follow to get your interior fix.
For a hint of home interiors, with a little bit of beauty and lifestyle thrown in for good measure, Kate La Vie (once called gh0stparties) is a sure-fire choice if you’re looking for snapshots of interior inspiration. Follow her on Instagram and you’ll be hit with beautiful highlights from her own home renovation. Her notably Nordic home style mixed in with flourishes of stationery recommendations and beauty finds make Kate La Vie one you need to follow.
Self-confessed design obsessed Hannah shares her love for Scandi interiors and minimal design methods on a regular basis. Her home style is inspired by appreciation for craftsmanship and Danish interior techniques, like hygge – which is roughly translated to mean cosy and calming. Hannah tries to achieve a zen-like calming environment using stripped back styling and monochrome colour palettes.
As an admirer of everything pretty and a passion for piecing together minimal accessories, blogger Jane has embraced all aspects of interior design as she now offers interior styling advice. Jane’s home style is contemporary with a rustic feel, and she regularly showcases her love of wood in her beautiful Instagram feed.
Blogger extraordinaire and passionate picture-taker, Kathryn, exudes interior love all over her Instagram feed. Sharing her love of all-things home, Kathryn not only showcases beautiful interior imagery, she also offers decorating and styling tips – perfect if you’re looking to spruce up your interior décor.
For the perfect balance of travel, lifestyle and interiors, Kate Baxter from Fabric of my Life is definitely one to follow. Her feed is full of cultural interior insight from her trips around the world, as well stunning shots of her own home. Kate’s interior style is strategically minimalistic – she uses accessories layering with precision to avoid a feeling of clutter.
Which of these interior design bloggers do you already follow?
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