Sift through the selfies, the green smoothies and the #avoontoast (guilty) and Instagram can be an endless source of real inspiration. When it comes to interiors, we’re constantly scrolling through to find the best from around the world – be it a loft in NYC, a tiny but perfectly formed apartment in Paris, or a minimalist country abode somewhere in Scandinavia. We’ve narrowed down the best interior accounts on Instagram to our top five favourites to keep you constantly inspired.
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Stripped back masculine design is at the heart of TRNK NYC’s Instagram account. With the aim of changing how men think about their home, this account appeals to those who like clean lines and minimal interiors with accents dark colours, rich wood and tan leather.
Coco Lapine Design
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The account of Belgian designer and interior stylist Sarah Van Peteghem is a minimalist’s dream. Sharing images from her blog, Coco Lapine Design and snapshots around her home in Berlin, this account is full of beautifully curated images in white, grey and black – with the odd muted colour thrown in. Follow it here.
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From Philadelphia-based styling team Emily Hirsch and Erick Steinberg comes Heidi’s Bridge, the Instagram account accompanying their blog of the same name. Showcasing rustic, country-inspired interiors, this account will give you daily inspiration – even if it’s just how you serve breakfast in the morning.
A Merry Mishap
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Nordic design is at the heart of A Merry Mishap’s Instagram account. Providing endless inspiration, this account will show you everything from colour coordinating books on shelves to how to stack your prints and display your kitchenware.
All New Vintage
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New York-based artist and designer Beth Mobilia is constantly breathing life into old items. Her Instagram account, All New Vintage discovers the beauty in the old and the antique, from ‘70s-inspired dressing tables to weathered French doors and rich, wooden Spanish chests.
Words by Angharad Jones