Five interiors designers to follow on Instagram

Follow these five interior designers to amp up the inspiration on your social media feed

Instagram is one of our favourite destinations while hunting for interior design inspiration.  We have rounded up five interior designers that you need to follow on Instagram today to serve up some good old fashioned inspiration for your home.

1.    Jonathan Adler: 
A brand that eschews minimalism may not appeal to purists who like their design in shades of black and white. For those who love colour and structured form, however, Jonathan Adler’s Instagram feed offers décor addicts a regular serving of the brand’s products and a peek into Adler’s interior design projects as well. A shopaholic’s dream come true. 

Follow him here
  
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    Amber Lewis:
Interior designer Amber Lewis’ Instagram feed makes us want to plan our mythical vacation home. Her posts, varying across different shades of white and beige, clearly veer towards a boho chic theme. For those who love their neutrals with a beach side aesthetic, Lewis is a must follow.

Follow her here
  
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    Austin Carrier:
With a hashtag like #Bohoismyjam, there are no prizes for guessing the kind of posts you are likely to see on Austin Carrier’s Instagram feed. An architect by profession, Carrier takes his Instagram followers along regularly on furniture sourcing trips, besides giving them a peek into corners of his own home, generously peppered with indoor plants. Follow him to understand how to do boho chic in your own home, with a side of indoor botanicals.

Follow him here
  
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    Abigail Ahearn:
Minimalists, you’ve been forewarned. Stay away from Abigail Ahearn’s Instagram feed if you value your peace of mind. A maximalist who is unapologetic in her layering of accessories, textures and colours, her Instagram feed gives followers a peek into her own home, and her day to day work as an interior designer.

Follow her here
  
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    JJ Norris Interiors:
Jenny J Norris’ carefully curated Instagram feed (with only 151 posts as we went to press) features a peek into her recent interior design work and with a sensibility that’s decidedly minimalist, there’s a lot to be inspired from- whether that’s corners of her own home or those of her clients’.  

Follow her here

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Written By: Bindu Nair

Writer

BH-Edits
19 September 2017

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