We love Instagram, as one does, for the incredible source of design inspo it perpetually is. From color-saturated accounts to organization-savvy ’grammers, there really is something for every niche interest. When it comes to expert decor advice, there are a few designers in particular we can’t get enough of… and they happen to have pretty fabulous Instagrams themselves. Read on, add to your feed, and let the ideas roll in.
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The designer and blogger (and winner of our 2017 Best New Design Blog) has perfected the California-bohemian look that doesn’t seem to be losing steam anytime soon. Between the endless supply of impeccably styled rooms and warm, friendly tone of her captions, Yokota’s account is a great mix of personal and aspirational.
For a never-ending source of that coveted Scandinavian design, you need to follow Niki Brantmark if you aren’t already. The usual minimalist, all-neutral suspects are all present and accounted for on her feed—along with some more colorful spaces one might not ordinarily associate with Swedish decor.
Interior designer, entertaining expert, and cookbook author athena calderone offers a wealth of style envy on all fronts. Her Instagram feed is a beautiful curation of spaces she designs, food she prepares (see some our favorites from her latest book, Cook Beautiful, here), and architectural and design snapshots inspiring her.
If there ever was a tangible example of boho-chic perfection, it would be Justina Blakeney’s Instagram account. Followers get to see her decor aesthetic and get a glimpse into her personal life (as well as the occasional photo of a succulent added in for good measure).
The L.A-based designer and art director has a light and airy wanderlust-inducing feed you’ll love. Sarah’s stunning photos include everything from interior inspo to palm trees to homemade pizza; there’s definitely something for everyone.
Perhaps most well-known for her show Fixer Upper (RIP) on HGTV, Joanna Gaines’ Instagram is filled with stunning photos from her home renovation projects. Each photo is more gorgeous than the next.
Emily Henderson brings her A-game with photos of beautiful interiors and the occasional snapshot of her family.
Nicole Gibbons is a designer on an Emmy-nominated TV show in addition to running a design company, and she strives to help others to live their best lives through her blog and corresponding Instagram feed. Her colorful photos come with captions that are equal parts motivational and inspirational.
This designer posts as frequently of beautiful projects and (thankfully) lets her two adorable pups have the spotlight sometimes, too.
Consider Melissa Coleman a must-follow for minimalist design. The avid baker’s frequent posts of entirely scrumptious dishes is just an added bonus.
As the brains behind Herriott Grace—a shop dedicated to hand carved wooden objects and other assorted goodies—Nikole’s Instagram is an inspiring ode to her father’s handmade creations.
Blogger and designer Megan Pflug is renovating her way through New York and you can come along for the ride via her flawless Instagram. She is on a self-described one-woman mission to elevate DIY to an art form, so check her feed for easy upgrades you can make at home.
Sibella Court’s feed is an endless supply of travel and decor inspo (with the occasional foodie pic thrown in every once in awhile). The author and designer also makes candles, so fans of the account can purchase her products to incorporate her signature style into their own homes.
The brainchild of designers Todd Nickey and Amy Kehoe, Nickey Kehoe is an LA-based design studio and boutique. Much like their storefront, their Instagram is a mixture of custom-made pieces and vintage finds.
Kelly runs a global lifestyle decor company, but we love her feed for the cool inspirational patterns she features regularly. A fusion of vibrant colors and funky shapes, it’s a must-see for any design aficionados.
Kristen Grove has been featured in national publications, won numerous design awards (including a feature as one of our Best Design Blogs of 2016!), and collaborated with major companies. Which is all great, but her Instagram feed is a work of art and as such deserves its own recognition.
Hilarious captions coupled with gorgeous interiors—what more could you want in an Instagram page? Orlando Soria is a blogger and interior designer extraordinaire, who got his start on HGTV before serving as the Premier Designer for Homepolish. Go to his page for the impressive credentials, stay for the humor.
We don’t know what’s better: interior stylist Liz Bachman’s beautifully simple decor shots or the sweet photos of her adorable child. Follow for both.
We can’t get enough of bri emery s gorgeous photography. As the creative director of DesignLoveFest, Emery has been featured in Elle Decor, Apartment Therapy, and many other interior design publications.
This newlywed couple runs a lifestyle blog, and have impeccable home design skills. We love this design-focused duo’s home and even got a peek inside.
For a lively, interior design-focused feed, look no further than Will Taylor. This designer’s Instagram is filled with brightly colored walls and gorgeous architectural exteriors.
This multi-talented designer has a lively Instagram filled with photos of her creations – each complete with fun and colorful patterns. (And you can shop her designs on domino, too)!
Known as The Rug Slinger, this curator’s feed is composed of alluring photos of antique and vintage rugs collected from around the world. Kelly may not technically be a designer, but we still can’t get enough of her style.
This husband and wife design team has dedicated their Instagram to all things interior design. They feature many of their own works and a few regrams of their design inspiration.
This Colombian interior designer evokes design envy every time his photos pop up on our Instagram feed.
One look at Jenny’s Instagram account and you’ll fall in love. So many gorgeous interiors, all in one feed!
Anna Liesemeyer is a woman of many talents. The stylist, designer, and mother of four, has an Instagram dedicated to an array of creations and inspirations.
This designer and artist has created an Instagram dedicated to pastel colors and splendid shots of interior design. Light and airy, it’s always refreshing to see one of Katherine’s photographs.
There is so much to love about this designer’s Instagram that we don’t know where to begin. Cute dog photos, lovely brick exteriors, and yummy treats are only a few of the many things you’ll see from this ‘grammer.
This story was originally published March 30, 2017. It has been updated with new information.
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