Fill your feed with clever, creative interiors and enhance your design know-how.
Behold the interior design Instagram accounts you need to follow now.
The designer, writer and retailer is the master of relaxed yet quirky décor with dark hues and plenty of character and atmosphere.
Follow for: an insight into her beautiful home, Islington shop and snaps of Maud the dog
Designer and blogger Amber Lewis is based in LA and her feed oozes a boho vibe, print cushions and blond wood floors.
Follow for: light and bright interiors and beautiful prints
New York based Ariele Alasko sculpts incredible pieces of furniture and homeware (such as wooden spoons and chopping boards) in natural wood.
Follow for: simple yet stunning images of wood (and occasionally her pit bull, Mazie)
Architectural designer Ben Pentreath specialises in traditional, timeless designs and his feed is full of English interior décor at its best.
Follow for: quirky British style
The picture perfect posts of white and airy interiors from creative Kate Arends, who is behind the blog Wit & Delight, are calming and cool.
Follow for: perfect lighting, inspiring mood boards and beautiful blooms
The latest news, products and trends from the world of interiors, plus behind-the-scene pictures from our shoots.
Follow for: keeping up-to-date with the latest in design
One half of the duo behind interiors shop Rockett St George, Jane Rockett's feed is all about impeccable taste.
Follow for: daily inspiration and homeware finds
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