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Interior Design Instagrammers To Follow in 2019

Posted on: 03.04.2019

We all know it’s easy to fall down an Instagram rabbit hole, one minute you’re ‘just checking’ your feed and the next thing you know an hour has passed by, you’ve mentally redecorated your lounge in ten different genres and you have a wish-list of home accessories and furniture as long as your arm.

Since we opened the doors here at Cabyn we’ve been perusing Instagram on a near daily basis, lingering (probably for far too long) in the squares of our favourite Instagrammer’s homes and plotting how we could possibly move in without being noticed.

There are so very many amazing accounts out there, some with huge followings and others with more humble numbers that are fairly new and growing, like our own.  Hard though it is to narrow the number down, we thought we’d share with you some of our favourites, those that mostly feature their own homes, those that have given us inspiration, that always seem to be bang-on with their styling and presentation, not to mention those with the most hilarious captions (we are talking about you Malmo and Moss).

Our Top Forty

@_the.wests.nests_– Mitchell and Jessica’s account provides endless inspiration for the style of the moment – a cosy, scandi approach with pops of colour and geometric patterns balanced against dark painted walls.

@life_with_holly – Winner of #myhousethismonth for November 2018, Jo’s Instagram journeys through her renovation of the family’s Victorian home, with plenty of DIY and upcycling inspo.

@matildagoad – A designer and creative consultant with a love of quirkiness, colour and bold design.

@lottaagatoninteriors – For Scandi minimalist perfection – clean lines, neutral colour palettes and simplistic living. Lotta was awarded Residence Magazine’s Interior Designer of the Year 2018… she’s certainly one to watch!

@sjwhiteworks – For wallpaper and fabric inspiration, beautiful blooms and plenty of colour.

@themodernhouse – To swoon over real, beautifully decorated homes that are on the market right now.

@fielddaystudio – For beautifully set-out squares showcasing their stylish take on contemporary living.

@design_at_nineteen – Following the stunning renovation of Justin’s terraced London home, it’s no surprise that this account was included in the Evening Standard’s Top 20 renovation accounts to follow in 2019.

@fiona_michelon_stylist – As the style editor of Home Beautiful Magazine, Fiona’s account beautifully balances a fresh and beachy Aussie aesthetic with a clean and modern lightness of touch.

@victoria_road_restoration – Bold, bright and daring design underpins this stunning period home restoration.

@em_henderson – If you don’t already, Emily is certainly worth a follow for professional, polished perfection.

@thesprucemakes – Stunning interiors intermixed with witty quips – sure to give you a smile during your morning scroll.

@littleedwardian_73 – A monochrome lover’s dream home, with plenty of #plantporn thrown in for good measure.

@janeledgerinteriors – Professional styling at the top of its game – this account is gorgeous in every way. – The embodiment of Cali-cool, Christina’s account speaks for itself…

@biggerthanthethreeofus – A home design blogger with an equally inspirational podcast (@yourhomestorypodcast), Ashley’s home feels airy and bright with plants galore and and plenty of natural textures.

@homeyohmy – Amy’s distinctive home style is a fresh take on monochrome – her squares are both sweet and stylish… swoon…

@thejungalow -The clue is in the name here. Bringing the jungle inside, this colourful account will brilliantly brighten up your feed with textures and patterns that cannot help but lift and revive.

@frenchcountrycottage – Self-confessed, flower-obsessed Courtney’s styling really is something that we can all take inspiration from, with each piece of furniture or home decoration gloriously adorned with petals galore.

@lilypadcottage – The bluey hues that are a running theme throughout Kelly’s lakeside home will bring an irresistible sense of calm and serenity to your instagram feed.

@ourfauxfarmhouse – Follow the home transformation from husband and wife DIY duo, Holly and Brad, creating their dream space of a modern, faux-farmhouse feel.

@thehouseofsilverlining – Elements of industrial chic within Shauna’s home sit perfectly alongside sturdy furnishings and an abundance of large, black-framed windows, creating the perfect setting for the look she likes to describe as #theforestmodern.

@eyeforpretty – For a cosy, natural living space that we simply cannot fault…

@amberinteriors – With a staircase to die for and plenty of the dark, moodiness in paint colour and furniture that we’re loving right now, Amber’s account is certainly one to follow for dipping your toe into dark interiors inspiration.

@studiomcgee – For stripped back living that feels calm and collected…

@nicoledavisinteriors – From feature picture walls to beautifully ordered shelves, Nicole really knows how to make the most of those finishing touches…

@sophierobinsoninteriors – You may recognise presenter Sophie from the likes of DIYSOS and Great Interior Design Challenge, and if you’re into all things bold and bright, this is your go to page for inspiration.

@vintagecuratorinteriors – Samantha’s incredible home is a treasure trove of interesting, reclaimed pieces that compliment each other and their surroundings to create an earthy and organic charm.

@oakappledecor – This Yorkshire based, barn conversion is under renovation by Marisa and Chris, with so many surprises in store we’ll let you discover them for yourself…

@bay.tree.interiors – Featured in Reclaim magazine this month, we love Belinda’s country, French chic style.

@homes_and – Elegant and endlessly alluring, what’s not to like about Lisa’s Newcastle based home…

@hygge_for_home – Award winning blogger, Reena, perfects the all-encompassing cosiness of a hygge home, with a slight twist of moodiness that makes it even more desirable.

@deecampling – With a beautiful eye for design, Dee’s squares strike a perfect balance between being stylised and portraying a realistic, liveable home. Pooch Ted’s adorable guest appearances certainly up the cuteness factor, too!

@carrie_thecottage – Pretty as a picture… what more can we say?

@malmo_and_moss – cheeky Rebecca makes us chuckle on a daily basis with her #hashtaghowlers. Aside from the fun she shares her rustic Scandi-inspired home and regularly champions undiscovered, smaller accounts in Malmo’s moodboard on her stories.

@the.squiffy.mill – Jen’s renovation project has been a pleasure to watch and she captures her 19th century mill house beautifully.

@lou_a_watkins – Lou’s effortlessly eclectic style has her using pattern, colour and layering to create a joyous, vibrant and oh-so-stylish home.

@thecrapflat – Another Queen of Captions, Emma’s ‘one-woman interiors battle with a stubbornly crap rented flat’ have us in stitches. Although she styles and photographs her some so well it’s hard to see any crapness anywhere, only simple, chic styling at its best.

@theinteriorslady – A truly stunning, monochrome home, with simple but carefully chosen home accessories. Helen has magically transformed a run-down gem of a townhouse into the most serene and stunning home.

@projectno10 – A delightful home filled with pretty vintage finds, Abbi’s home has a real, cosy, laid-back charm and the coolest outdoor chill-out deck we ever did see!





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