10 Best Instagram Accounts To Follow For Home Decor Inspiration

10 Best Instagram Accounts To Follow For Home Decor Inspiration


Are you starting a new home renovation or updating your existing home decor? You’re in the right place! We’ve curated a list of the best home bloggers to follow for home decor tutorials and design inspiration. These ten home decor designers will show you how to use high street buys to create editorial rooms deserving of a magazine spread.


1. If you: want to nail monochrome


Chloe is a master of using neutrals; she sticks within a shade range by layering different textures and finishes. Her home is the perfect example of the monochrome movement; she loves to contrast black and white throughout. Lavish touches of gold and marble elevate each room. We think the Boujee Bougies Cuir Culture Candle would fit right in her home.


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2. If you: love to upcycle


Rachel’s ‘shoestring’ home is the perfect place for upcycling inspiration for those on a budget. Her maximalist approach to home decor fills every space with fun and personality. She brings the outdoors in with a wide array of house plants in every room; greenery helps to contrast the bold colours for an uplifting feel. Whether you’re looking to upcycle a dressing table or chairs, she has a home decor tutorial for you.


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3. If you: want to add a pop of colour


Emma loves to utilise bold colours and patterns to energise her Irish home. She loves a striped pattern of geometric design to incorporate colour into her home. Her account is the perfect place for easy ways to incorporate a splash of vibrancy into any room, whether with a lick of paint or a collage of prints.


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4. If you: love pastel


Pastels are trending! Searches are up 350% on Google. Meg’s home perfectly showcases how to use pastels in your home with her soft green and pink colour scheme. She effortlessly layers colours and patterns to create a calming and vibrant space. I particularly love how she incorporates neon signs into her interior. On her blog, she talks about her DIY wedding decor, where she upcycled items found on Facebook Marketplace for a vintage theme.


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5. If you: want to feature antiques

Alice & Rhys

DIY enthusiasts Alice and Rhys showcase a beautiful renovation of their Edwardian terrace home in London. Their appreciation for period homes has translated into their interiors; each room has great character from some fantastic antique finds. Graphic designers by day, Alice and Rhys, used their creativity to execute handpainted murals and lots of prints throughout their home. My favourite is their gold leaf kitchen counters that bring a regality to their home.


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6. If you: love glitz and glam


The overarching design trend of the last decade has been the use of neutral and grey tones; Nikki’s home spotlights this iconic colour scheme perfectly. Nikki elevates the minimalist tone by adding touches of luxury crushed velvet, glamorous chandlers and plush textures. Baby Harley’s nursery and playroom are impressive with a tropical safari theme.


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7. If you: want to achieve Scandinavian chic


Scandinavian home decor is known for its blend of soft textures with minimalistic hues for a relaxed and cosy feel, and Paula’s apartment encompasses it perfectly. Paula creates welcoming spaces with light and neutral colours accompanied by wood accents. She emphasises the floods of natural light that move throughout each space for a bright and airy feeling.


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8. If you: love DIY tips


Victoria is empowering women across the UK to tackle DIY. Her feed is a library of helpful DIY tips, home decor tutorials and upcycling inspiration. Whether you’re after hanging lights without rewiring or want to add a boot room to a small space, Victoria has all the advice you need. House plant parents will love her aesthetic that showcases tropical botanicals in almost every room.

9. If you: want to pull off country style


Warm, cosy with nods to British heritage Leanne’s 1700s somerset cottage nails country style. A wood store, traditional fireplace and cut flowers add a quaint feel to any home. Inspired by nature’s faded pinks, watery blues and subdued greens that create a neutral colour palette, each room is softened by floral touches. But the best bit? It has to be the rustic wooden beams throughout.


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10. If you: love vintage


Charlotte nails vintage decor with her home! She mixes decades with scalloped shelves, china tea cups and quilted duvets. Charlotte’s feed is filled with floral prints and checkered patterns that are perfect for anyone exploring the cottage core trend. If you’re looking for more than just interior design, Charlotte also shares fashion and travel tips too.


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