In the world of interior design, there's arguably no greater tool for inspiration than Instagram. After all, seeing is believing.
Our team is obsessed. We could scroll for hours and hours through the beautiful pictures on show and pick up great ideas for new looks.
To show our appreciation, we've picked out 6 of the best we like to follow. So why don't you check them out - and come to see what we've been showing off while you're there.
As his bio states, Gabriel Franklin from The Art of Plaster, is in the business of ‘giving blank walls a voice’. We couldn’t have said it better ourselves and we love seeing the visions of the Pennsylvanian-based designer come to life, from the first application to the final masterpiece.
Look no further for a source of lifestyle and architectural inspiration than Aussie designer Lauren Foy. Her love of travel provides a constant stream of lust-worthy snaps focusing on design details, natural beauty and eye-catching structures. The perfect balance between clean lines and interesting imperfections keeps us scrolling for hours and her blog on a recent trip to Copenhagen is well worth a read.
An Aladdin’s cave (aka salvage yard) based in north London specialising in original fireplaces, tiles, antique radiators and period feature finishing touches for the home. Popular amongst interior designers and home improvement enthusiasts for inspiring one-off vintage gems.
London-based, uber-cool interior designer renowned for her eclectic Ibiza home. Her style typically blends light spaces with natural elements, punchy oversized accessories and art to bring a room to life.
An amazing profile that’s close to our industry – Venetian Art focus closely on the intricate details and skill required in bespoke surface design. A breathtaking portfolio of great textures and striking wall finishes that leaves us wanting to see more!
A relative newcomer to Instagram, interior designer and project manager Pippa, has a vibrant page focusing on unique elements of home living and in particular, accessories and soft furnishings to die for. Gain an insight into her renovations for her Cotswolds client base and a sneak peak of Grade II listed manor house projects.