The Interiors Photographers You Need to Follow on Instagram
Warning: Endless inspiration ahead.
Published Nov 19, 2017 5:45 AM
As another new year quickly approaches, we’re ready to hit refresh on just about everything—from the color of our walls to our travel plans. And while we’re at it, we think we’ll show our Instagram feed some love, too—starting with our favorite interiors photographers, because who better to seek constant inspiration from than the people behind the camera? They capture cool spaces like it’s their job… because, well, it is.
Feed your daily appetite for all things interior design by following these pro photographers.
We’re all about this LA-based photographer who makes California cool look really, really cool. His aesthetic? Easy and elegant, with a touch of earthy. And if you’re also into coastal landscapes and celebrity portraits, well, that’s just two more reasons to hit “follow.”
No strangers to mod spaces, Erick Steinberg and Emily Hirsch (the Brooklyn duo behind this artful account) present a unique point of view by including both masterly styled spaces and colorful cuisine on their carefully curated feed. Who said design enthusiasts can’t be foodies, too?
Often lit naturally by the sun, Joliet’s pics of lived-in spaces will bring a much-needed sense of warmth and whimsy to your feed. If you’re as into her airy interiors and fascination with lush greenery as we are, take a peek at her poster shop.
Wendy Ball and Dara Albanese are another under-the-radar duo from Brooklyn, and we dig that they share our obsession of thrilling color combos and charming vignettes.
Do you love adorable dogs as much as you love dreamy decor schemes? If the answer is yes, follow this photographer who lives for capturing pooches in their stylish habitats ASAP.
Pastel palettes and West Coast living inform this San Diego-based photographer’s trendy Insta. Just take her recently renovated kitchen—good vibes and rose gold accents rule in the exquisitely styled Cali cookhouse.
Modern boho lovers, pay attention: Carley Summers’ Instagram is filled with endless tassel and textile inspiration. The interiors stylist loves to take advantage of white-washed spaces by introducing exaggerated textiles, cozy throws, and a plethora of plants.
If you’re an avid Jungalow fan, you’ll probably recognize Dabito’s brilliant pics from Justina Blakeney’s The New Bohemians Handbook. Show your feed a little love by giving this imaginative designer a follow.
Don’t worry, we didn’t forget about the kiddos in your life: The stunning children’s rooms that Zeke Ruelas shoots will provide creative parents who want to upgrade their little ones’ spaces with plenty of ideas.
City dwellers will fall hard for Claire Esparros’ NYC-centric feed that often shows off chic working quarters and small space living hacks. We won’t blame you for hitting her account up with likes—or hanging one of her printed landscape photos by your desk.
Shadowy corners and saturated hues fill photographer Nicole Franzen’s dreamy feed. Did this deep blue kitchen give you love-at-first-sight feels? Well, just wait until you see the rest of the San Francisco home.
You thought you knew how to mix patterns—that is, until you met Jessica Antola’s spunky and wonderful feed. It’s inspired largely by her travels in Africa, and the LA-born artist provides unexpected ways of using color in your everyday life.
. So, we’re here to give you the design shove you need. Marisa Vitale has a thing for cool crevices and nooks with walls that sing, and we’re all in for her daily dose of inspiration.
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