All the inspo you’ve been scrolling for
Spending so much time in your home over the last year has made it feel a little boring and in need of a Springtime spruce, but it can be hard to know where to even start. In order to get your creative homeware juices flowing, we started scrolling on Instagram to find some of the best home accounts to follow.
Whether you need a little inspiration, or you just appreciate an aesthetic account on your feed, these 9 accounts are guaranteed to make you want to crack out the cans of paint and get to work on your home. From rental properties with landlord-friendly modifications, to complete renovations of Victorian homes, there is a little something for everyone on this list. Whether you are in a one-bed London studio, or you are just moving into a dated terrace, you are guaranteed to get all the inspiration you need from these content creators.
With millions of dedicate home accounts on Instagram, it can be tricky to find your style, but don’t worry, we’ve got a little something for everyone, from the eclectic to the minimalists.
Home accounts to follow on Instagram
1. EllenBrocky Home
Ellen is a content creator and influencer, who also runs her own home account. She has a neutral colour palette throughout, with dark colour detailing and plenty of prints.
Elisabeth Heier is a German stylist, photographer and all-round interior inspiration. Her home account follows a minimalist approach, with Scandi inspired curves and lines. Her home is beautifully curated, simple, yet SO effective.
If pastels are your thing, then you have just stumbled across the perfect home account. Liv is an influencer and content creator that recently bought a one bed flat in London. She has a minimal style, with eclectic pastel accessories and homeware pieces. It’s a Pinterest lover’s dream.
Ella moved into her house in March 2019 and has turned her Victorian house into an interior lover’s dream. We’re talking panelling, pastels and loads of plants. She often shares her reno projects, so is definitely one to watch for tips and tricks. She also started the hashtag #inspiretoupcycle, a space where Insta users can share their vintage upcycling journeys.
If you love a bit of colour then this account is for you. Zeena has transformed her rented house into a bold and bright living space full of everything she loves. It just goes to show that you don’t have to stick to a strict colour palette to make somewhere aesthetically pleasing.
Swedish digital designer Amanda Axelsson just goes to show that you can still have beautiful neutral palettes, even with kids. Take a look inside her carefully curated apartment for inspiration on how to style nude tones throughout your home.
Deco Dwelling incorporates colour and vintage vibes into her home, whilst still keeping it clean, crisp and uncluttered. She uses bold tones for her surfaces and large furniture and pairs it down with big plants and foliage.
Martina manages to combine colour and simplicity to create a home that we all wanna live in. She up-cycles furniture and thrifts vintage pieces to strike the balance between on-trend and timelessness.
This account just goes to show that you can combine cosines and minimal styling. It is the ultimate inspiration for creating a warm and welcoming space, whilst keeping everything bright and airy.
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