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We’ve already proven that rainbow decor can, in fact, be adult, but where to get inspired? Look no further than our go-to list of Instagram accounts that embrace all shades of the spectrum—from bold hues to pastels, and just about every hue in between. Whether you’re looking for photographers, designers, or simply some colorful curations, these Domino-approved accounts are sure to add a splash of color to your feed.


Peek inside the colorful world of San Francisco-based photographer and art director Marjorie Lacombe, whose feed features lots of exteriors in soft pastels and photos that feel fresh and forever spring-like.


The founders of A Beautiful Mess took their love of color to the next level and designed editing app A Color Story. Their feed features the best of the best photos edited with the app. Expect a healthy dose of wanderlust-inducing landscapes and exterior shots that we can’t get enough of.

[P.S. Elsie Larson’s pastel-filled Nashville home is not to be missed.]


Take a step back in time with photographer and interior stylist Krys Melo’s account. She’s based Palm Springs and lives the retro mid-century modern life, complete with bright palettes and various pops of patterns. This whimsical lemon print in the kitchen? Love.


We’re big fans of this LA-based designer and photographer (just check out his cool NOLA pad). His page puts his keen eye for color and design on display. Follow for a bit of boho-chic in your feed.


DIY blogger Kelly Mindell—aka Studio DIY—wants you to bring the party home. Her cool and colorful DIY projects and decor are definitely follow-worthy. Did we mention we’re obsessed with her Pinterest-worthy rainbow nursery?


This boho beachy apartment is honestly #designgoals thanks to the print, texture and color used throughout. And the plants, you can’t forget about the plants. Hot take: We love the cool-girl vibes from this account and we think you will, too.


From colorful portraits to swoon-worthy still life photos, follow freelance photographer (and Domino’s very own) Cody Guilfoyle to continually be inspired by his bright,  graphic feed.


Studio Proba is a multidisciplinary design studio, which means if you hit follow, you can expect a mix of art, furniture designed by founder Alex Proba, and colorful interiors. We can’t get enough of her eye-catching graphic artwork.


Follow style-obsessed photographer and art director Michelle Norris and you won’t regret it. Her ultra-bright feed is a visual feast and always makes us instantly feel happy.


Is there anything LA-based Caroline Lee doesn’t do? (She has her own podcast, printshop, photographs weddings, the list goes on.) Follow for colorful interiors and landscapes filtered through a vintage-inspired lens.

[Peek her 70s-inspired bedroom—it’s all pink.]


We’re obsessed, and it’s time for you to get on board. The San Francisco pop-up experience is the brainchild of @ohhappyday, and opened in August 2017 and we’ve been following their feed  ever since. The spaces features the work of some super cool artists and it’s sure to inspire.


Because this list wouldn’t be complete without florals. This NYC-based floral designer creates the most stunning arrangements and displays them in unexpected ways. Her studio, a.p bio, celebrates flowers by turning them into works of art.


All of interior designer India Mahdavi’s spaces she shares are artful and bursting with color and style. What we’re trying to say is… If you love color and design, you’ll love her account.

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