Seeing the same decor and furniture arranged in the same position with the same design everyday you come home can get tiring after a while. Sometimes, we do need to change things up a bit to make old things seem brand new. If you’re looking to redecorate and refurnish, we got you covered. These Instagram accounts are worth the follow for your interior inspo needs.
Boho and Tropical – @thejungalow
The Jungalow is a blend of bohemian and tropical interiors bursting with bold and bright colors. They’ve got a whole lot of cacti for decoration as well as mixed and matched eclectic pieces. What a pretty mess.
Sometimes in big remodeling projects there are happy accidents. In this project, the happy accident is that it just so happens that while I'm bathing I have the perfect view into the TV room so I can bathe while watching Game of Thrones. 🛀🏾 📺 😂😝. Everything else was done totally on purpose. 😬. Tile by @fireclaytile, fixtures by @kohlerco, sconce from @schoolhouse, live-edge 'vanity' from @treeline.la, rug/mat and mirror both vintage from @etsy, construction by @hna_mydesign, design by @justinablakeney. #ad #jungalowstyle #jungalowbytheriver #justinablakeneyhome #bathroomremodel #bathroomdesign #kohlerideas
Maximalist – @kellywearstler
Kelly Wearstler has mastered maximalism, which is probably why she’s the go-to designer For Los Angeles’ celebrities. Her style features vibrant hues, oversized decorations and furniture, and an abundance of contrasting patterns, making rooms look lively and never boring.
Modern Luxe – @jonathanadler
Jonathan Adler’s account is the epitome of contemporary style combined with timeless elegance. Scroll his feed and get your fill of unique and sophisticated furniture, marble pieces, and gold accents. Très chic indeed!
Scandinavian – @myscandinavianhome
My Scandinavian Home probably has what you’re looking for and more. This is for those who want to keep the look of their house simple, clean, and spacious with minimal accents in neutral and light wood tones. The style is reflective of the Danish hygge, which promotes creating an environment that is warm, comfy, and joyful.
Industrial – @rockettstgeorge
We’re obsessing over Jane Rockett’s industrial-themed feed filled with brick walls, exposed light bulbs, concrete floors, and furniture made of reclaimed wood or stainless steel and metal. Who would’ve thought interiors inspired by old factories would look this good?