Britain’s best Instagram accounts to follow for home décor inspiration

25 January, 2017

If you’re looking for a treasure trove of design inspo, there’s no shortage on Instagram – you can spend hours perusing beautiful snaps. So what better way to kickstart a new year than with a dose of home décor inspiration straight from Britain’s leading Instagrammers? We’ve handpicked the best to follow and learn from, no matter what your personal style may be.

  1. For rustic chic: Rock My Style

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Sister site to bridal favourite Rock My Wedding, this account has been designed to bolster your interiors inspiration. From DIY details to everything you need to know about palette planning, RMS will have you revamping your home in no time.

  1. For dark décor: Abigail Ahern

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Delve into the dark world of interiors, with Abigail Ahern. Shunning usual design trends, this account focuses on rich colour and moody textures. It’s a far cry from the pastel shades and minimalism styling we have become accustomed to, but you’ll soon fall in love with her dark palettes and delicate detailing.

  1. For patterns galore: Swoon Worthy

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Kimberley Duran, owner of Swoon Worthy, is a self-confessed eclectic boho glam fan, which is easy to see when you scroll through her Insta account – it’s awash with bold colour, funky prints and a variety of textures. Be warned, this interiors feed is nothing short of addictive.

  1. For Scandi style: Hannah In The House

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If you’re looking for an account teeming with Nordic influence, you’ll find it on Hannah Trickett’s Instagram feed. We’re talking soft minimal style, with an abundance of white and grey shades and plenty of simple furnishings. Trendy Scandi-style interiors are likely to be just as popular this year, with the Swedish concept of ‘Lagom’ set to become the new ‘Hygge’, according to Photowall’s team of experts.

  1. For English countryside: Apartment Apothecary

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Plunge into this interiors rabbit hole and you may find it’s hard to get out. Apartment Apothecary regularly posts beautiful pictures illustrating how to nail pastel shades and feminine detailing. You’ll find room makeovers, craft tips and tutorials all rolled into one beautiful account.

  1. For heaps of colour: Little Big Bell

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Step into a digital fantasy land where bright colour rules, with Little Big Bell. Geraldine Tan, the account’s owner, plays artfully with vivid shades and prints, often choosing white walls as a blank canvas.

  1. For understated glam: Design Hunter

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Click onto this Instagram feed and you’ll find minimalistic nirvana – here, luxurious touches are married with contemporary design to create beautiful interiors. Showcasing ways to style your rooms and embrace new trends, Design Hunter won’t let you down if you want to emulate her simplistic taste.

  1. For statement design: Sarah Akwisombe

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Breaking all the design rules is what Sarah does in stylish fashion. Her outspoken approach has bought her thousands of followers, along with her predilection for bold interiors. Visit her corner of the internet and you’ll find her posts are full of bright colour, edgy materials and plenty of personality.

  1. For quirky goodness: Mad About The House

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Journalist Kate Watson-Smyth is at the helm of this Instagram account which guides you through how to decorate a space with interesting and unusual items. Expect snaps from insider her home, as well as curated visuals of beautiful rooms.

10. For family-friendly interiors: The Ordinary Lovely

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Family spaces don’t just have to be functional, they can be beautiful too – which is exactly what Rachel, the brains behind The Ordinary Lovely, champions. Scrolling through her bright snaps will feed anybody with an interiors obsession, with plenty of makeover ideas and styling tips to take inspiration from.

 

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