10 atlanta instagrams to follow for #interiorinspo!
we're getting inspired by the best design-focused 'grams in the atl!
Published Aug 6, 2015 5:00 AM
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If you’re in need of some localinterior inspiration
, then these Atlanta-based Instagram accounts are exactly what you’re craving. Check out Krrb Classifieds—a local classifieds for buying and selling vintage and secondhand home decor in the ATL — that has curated a list of their 10 favorite stylish Instagram accounts to spark your design appetite.
Kristin Jackson of @hunted_interior will help you transform your home into a space to love. Follow this feed and get inspired to hunt for a new style that’s exactly you!
The textile and wallpaper design studio of @claymclaurinstudio will leave you wanting to incorporate different patterns and textures all over your home. Scared of wallpaper? This feed will help you overcome those fears!
The prop stylist @ginnybranch favors “rustic simplicity coupled with a quiet color palette of soft neutrals”. If this seems up your alley, then be sure to check her calming Instagram feed.
The art gallery @greggirbygallery guides followers on the perfect way to incorporate art into the home. Don’t know what style you like? Don’t worry! This gallery showcases all different types of up-and-coming artists.
Lee Kleinhelter of @pieces is both an interior designer and a shop owner. This store is excellently curated and styled to perfection. You will be inspired to style your space in a new way.
The interior designer @helendavisdesign strikes the right balance between modern and traditional elements in order to arrive at the perfect look for her clients. Everyone will be able to find something that they like on this feed.
Have children or know somebody that does? Well, @seedfactory is the account for you! This shop in Atlanta is the answer for anybody looking to style a nursery with non-mainstream items.
The gallery @madeagain consists of completely sustainable products made by local Atlanta artisans. Looking for unique pieces for the home? This southern neighborhood is full of artists with the right stuff.
Mandy Kellogg Rye of @waitingonmartha is a blogger, designer and stylist and you’ll easily see why! Follow her and fight the design envy you’re sure to encounter.
The coworking space @foster_atl is a creative haven for artists and entrepreneurs alike. Be inspired by people doing cool things in the charming city of Atlanta!