The next time you are stuck waiting for your coffee, the bus, or your meeting to end, think of the downtime as an opportunity to plan your home decor. Here are some of the design inspiration Instagram accounts we turn to when we need a quick dose of glamour – especially when stuck somewhere with a lack thereof.
If you want an inside look at the Kardashian-Jenner homes — or just some seriously good design inspiration — interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard dishes out a never-ending feast of glamour over at his account.
For those who prefer a moodier aesthetic, this Stockholm photographer shoots rooms that show elevated takes on the hygge lifestyle.
As the official queen of boho, Justina Blakeney will give you a serious craving for quilts, lush house plants, and rattan furniture.
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Elle Decor instagram account is an inspiration for home decor. This account also shares content from all the international Elle Decor pages.
This not the perfect account for minimalists. This is maximalist interior design at its most — as the name states — hardcore. If you love the set of “,” conversations pits, and neon lights, hit the follow button.
Native New Yorker and interior designer Sasha Bikoff is famous for her over-the-top rooms that are just tremendous, never tacky. In addition to posting her own designs, Bikoff has an eye for vintage shots with timeless appeal.
Desingseeds creates color palettes based off of beautiful travel and nature photos. The account just might make it easier to decide what color to paint your home interior.
Pink meets blue in a very adult way. (We didn’t mean that to sound creepy we just wanted to call out that the statement fixture, velvet texture, and perfect pink make this room feel grown up. Though this room is certainly inspiringly sensual). // Inspiration via @flackstudio + photo by @sharyncairns.
With a roster of wildly talented designers, the Homepolish account fires off design goals after design goals.
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