Instagram has risen to be the perfect platform to draw inspiration from––with its highly visual content and engaging community, it’s never been easier to stimulate a sense of connection between designers and homeowners, or those who are just seeking unique design ideas.
For those of you seeking fresh inspo for your next interior project, check out these 10 interior design Instagram accounts to pinpoint that stellar vision when tying your space together.
Ashley Stark-Kenner is a creative director who dedicates her passion for design into her profession–– Stark. Founded by her grandparents in 1938, Stark is a carpet and furniture retailer dedicated to bringing fresh, forward designs to the market. Stark-Kenner grew up to develop an eye for design at an early age, helping her achieve a compelling repertoire in art nouveau and modern architecture manifested in her online content.
2. Marie Kondo
As mentioned in our office design inspiration article, we just can’t get enough of Marie Kondo and her ‘konmari’ ways! More systematic than anything, Kondo encourages the purging of unnecessary things that “do not spark joy”, and getting right down to the essentials. Kondo emphasizes minimalism–– a general attitude to keep in mind when designing in this style. Konmari isn’t just for homes, it can be applied to any space!
The Spruce Official is part of a family that includes The Spruce Eats, The Spruce Crafts, The Spruce Pets and The Spruce Crafts. Their Instagram is dedicated to offering practical, straight-forward advice for aspiring interior designers from any background, from beginner to expert. With The Spruce Official, you can gain confidence in your ability to accessibly design and create!
4. Monica Wang
Monica Wang is an interior design lifestyle photographer dedicated to many passions, with photography and finance being two of them. She owns a photography business in addition to leading as a Director of Finance––who says you can’t juggle and hustle at the same time? Her Instagram is a beautiful source of design tips and tricks, including her documentation of processes on how to frame stunning interiors from start to end. She does photography for many notable brands such as Architectural Digest, InStyle Magazine, Vanity Fair and West Elm.
5. Sasha Bikoff
Known as the “go-to decorator for Manhattan’s well-heeled millennial set” by the New York Post, Sasha Bikoff has a balanced grasp on fusing multiple styles from different eras. She flawlessly executes her visions by integrating vivid hues and choosing one-of-a-kind, outsourced antiques––creating spaces that are definitive of her clients’ passions, but at the same time maintaining her own special touch.
6. Casa Chicks
Casa Chicks is an excellent encapsulation of classic Nordic design. This Norweigian based influencer incorporates warm hues with wooden elements, bringing spaces back down to earth and into the wild. She is gifted at bringing the outdoors, inside–– or vice versa, depending on how you see it.
Kasia Będzińska is a Polish-based Journalist Event Manager who has a knack for incorporating food, design, and beauty in her content while still maintaining a delightful, modern aesthetic throughout her feed. Scrolling through her Instagram gives us instant cozy, muted pastel vibes––perfect for a designer looking to add a “homey touch” to their projects.
8. Ken Fulk
Renowned for his “layered interiors” and eclectic design, Ken Fulk graces Instagram with his all-embracing, dreamy signature style (and his majestic dogs, also known as the #polarbearsofptown). This San Francisco based designer leads a team of “50 magic makers” that help him bring his clients’ dreams to life.
Known mainly for her hand in the fashion world, Lena Terlutter is a German influencer who carries her passion for fashion into her interior design interests. Often seen sporting the latest in fashion alongside her three adorable daughters, she never fails to showcase the most exquisite interiors throughout her travels and at home.
Amy Kim is the front face of this Instagram, demonstrating the true palpability of a black and white aesthetic. Who knew that stark neutrals could create such a stylish statement? Kim’s feed encompasses the true meaning of monochromatic solidarity–– while still allowing for color and patterns to pop (when deemed necessary).
With so many different interior design influencers on Instagram, new style comes gushing in every day. We hope that you can draw your own inspiration from these diverse sources, ranging from the ‘komari’ method of keeping it simple to exquisite, fashion-forward aesthetics that are sure to get your creative juices flowing.
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