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5 Interior Design Instagram Accounts We're Stalking Right Now

From minimalist, pared-down abodes to vibrant and fun dwellings, these Instagram accounts are full of #homegoals.

#1: @bloesemblogs

The local creative studio’s feed is full of light, airy interiors with a penchant for quirky wall illustrations, from botanical illustrations to graphic prints. Everything here has a Scandinavian aesthetic, thanks to its Dutch founder Irene Hoof’s keen eye for simple, minimalist details.

Sunday inspiration 🙂

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#2: @homepolish

Follow them for character-filled spaces that will induce serious interior design envy (you’ll be double-tapping every image you come across). Rooms featured here are often filled with interesting splashes of colour and print, so if you’re looking for ways to not make your home look generic, this is one account to follow.

 

#3: @justinablakeney

If you thought mixing colours and prints for the home would be too much of a stretch, interior designer Justina Blakeney proves that’s not the case with her eye-catching interior styling. With touches of tropical and bohemian elements (leaf prints, tasselled cushions and Aztec prints abound), Blakeney’s vibrant interiors are a breath of fresh air. 

 

#4: @acupofchic

The Australian-based online store is a haven for industrial chic inspiration: think neutral palettes and luxe details like marble countertops. Follow them for dreamy snaps of minimalist, classy offerings set against clean backdrops.

 

#5: @thedesignfiles

Their blog is a popular resource for Australian interior design trends, and its Instagram account is no different. From dressing up blank walls using quirky materials like plates and neon-lit signs to showcasing various ways to redo your home (rustic/modern/country/what have you), it’ll serve as a treasure trove of inspiration.

 

Main image: @homepolish Instagram 

 

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