Interior Design Instagram Roundup
Need some assistance sorting through the 11.5 million posts tagged with #interiordesign? Whether you’re an architectural buff, an interior design greenhorn, a DIYer seeking inspiration for your next home project, or just someone looking to add more style to your feed, you can save your thumbs the effort. You’re a few taps away from brightening your day. Here are Lofty’s reviews of…
For the salon-style maven:
Anna Spiro of Black and Spiro is motivated by absolutely beautiful things. Her Instagram instills visions of Gertrude Stein salon walls with punches of contemporary patterns that recall visions of Henri Matisse.
For the classically-inclined modernist:
Beth Webb’s stunning designs speak to classic manors with a pared-down, modern sensibility. She infuses architecturally beautiful spaces with refined furnishings and airy, minimalist design.
For the Anglophile:
Ben Pentreath’s aesthetic combines stately English homes with refined, modern charm. His particular talent lies in addressing high ceilings and color (and he proves that they are not as mutually exclusive as one might think!). What’s more, this playful mix of color, scale, and era always proves visually cohesive.
For the vintage and contemporary aesthete:
Interior designer Jennifer Boles’ account finely curates vintage and contemporary styles. Her keen eye is evident in her feed as she elegantly shifts from the muted tones of a Parisian study to intensely wallpapered bedrooms. Follow along on her hunt for vintage and rare photos to inspire your next era-hopping makeover.
For the pattern seeker:
More is definitely more for Stacey Bewkes of Quintessence. She is not afraid of bold patterns or eccentric styles, or of mixing them, either. In her world, graphic textiles and lavender floral wallpaper seem to go well, and even, belong together.
For the elegant bohemian:
Texas-based Judy Aldrige is effortless in her combination of fabrics and textures. She improvises and offers unusual design suggestions that hint at Tony Duquette, but with airy bohemian elegance. East meets West in her artful constructions, which are never short of extraordinary.
For anyone craving chic yet kid-friendly interiors:
Seeking interiors both classy and durable? Boutique-owner Anna Le Souk has something for parents and children alike. Inviting and warm auras, worldly textiles and mid-century favorites are the keys to her kid-friendly interiors.
For the beach babe who loves to travel:
Interior designer Alessandra Branca is known for her exuberant and layered aesthetic. From her recent collaboration with Schumacher wallpaper, to her island home, HighLowe, her beachside aesthetic is worldly and casual – perfect beyond the summer home.
For the texture and color-driven:
Helen Davis is an interior designer with apt skill at mixing graphic patterns and color. Her style ranges from mod to modern, and she peppers color consultations into her posts.
For DIYers ready to reupholster:
Have yet to find the perfect textile for your next reupholster? All the best ones are right here! Look no further than Irving and Fine, an interior design duo. Textiles are their forté. The international scope of their beautiful feed offers ample inspiration in a range of styles and palettes.