Insta-Obsessed: The 11 Interior Accounts We’re Inspired By (And You Should Be Following)

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Instagram is full of content to entertain, escape, and inspire – especially when it comes to interiors. You can find so many swoon-worthy spaces in just about every style. So today, we’re sharing 11 of our favorite accounts to get Insta-obsessed with.

We took a deep dive into instagram and pulled together some of our absolute favorite accounts from interior designers, lifestyle experts, and curators of all things beautiful. Whether you gravitate towards traditional, modern, eclectic, or Scandinavian style, you’ll find there’s something to get you excited in one of these inspiring accounts. So get ready to spend some time scrolling as you discover your new favorites!

Keep reading to see the 11 accounts we’re Insta- obsessed with (and you should be too).

 

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MIKEL WELCH

Interior Designer & Host Mikel Welch shares his unique blend of traditional, eclectic, and earthy spaces.

 

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UNIQUE KITCHENS & BATHS

This custom kitchen and bath studio’s feed is bursting with one beautiful kitchen and bath after the next.

 

 

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NINA FREUDENBERGER

Designer and Author Nina Freudenberger gives a glimpse into her home, design work, and other lovely and laid-back spaces.

 

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S GARDNER STYLE

Focusing on small spaces, designer Shavonda Gardner shares the behind the scenes of her own home makeover.

 

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RALLI_CA_DESIGN

Designer Raili Clasen showcases her laid back and luxe California style.

 

 

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CASA VILORA

Designer Veronica Solomon’s unique take on traditional style is on full display when you scroll through her feed.

 

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REATH DESIGN

For inspiring spaces that use color and pattern perfectly, look no further than designer Frances Merrill’s account.

 

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DISC INTERIORS

Designers Krista Schrock & David John Dick offer up a look at their simple and sumptuous projects and other luxe spaces.

 

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THE RANCH MINE OFFICIAL

This husband and wife architecture firm shares inspiring before and afters and other swoon-worthy modern projects.

 

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SOPHIE BURKE DESIGN

Clean, bright, and inviting interiors are on full display in this Vancouver designer’s feed.

 

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FREDRIK KARLSSON

This Swedish designer gives you a glimpse into his sophisticated Scandinavian style.

 

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  1. I LOVE your newsletter and IG account. I do get very confused though, and wonder if I just don’t understand how Printerest works. I have a Saved tons of ideas into my own BOBBY on Printerest, but then what? Lol 🥰

    BTW, does being 59 have something to do with this? 💙

    1. Don’t worry – the world of social media can be super confusing! You can always use my IG or Pinterest links to go directly to my website stories. You can usually shop the story or find the source of the design/inspiration there! Hope that helped xx -B

  2. Wow, the amount of diversity in this group was fantastic. Thank for including all types of people.

    1. Thanks so much for reading! We’re always looking to support diverse artists and brands on our site. xx -B

  3. I need help LOL…I’.m redoing my causal 12×17 living room . Im thinking of going with a deep seat 80″ Pottery barn couch. but after that I don’t have any other ideas…help
    love you

    1. If you want to go casual, look for pieces that feel “Lived in” and inviting. I deep seat couch seems like a good start, and I would go with lighter colors, lots of soft and textural pillow,s and lighter wood tones for a coffee table. Best of luck to you! xx -B