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Interior Inspiration: The Instagram accounts giving us home envy

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The Interior Designers you need to know about this summer

As a result of the lockdown, we are now spending more time at home, so it's time to look at ways to not only spring clean but admire the fabulous homes of others. Instagram is the go-to platform to praise and adore the multitude of ideas that inspire us. Here are our Editor-Approved accounts that we feel are giving us interior design inspiration. Boudoir Brilliance My Bedroom Goals Check out My Bedroom Goals for a collection of the world's coolest boudoir interior design and room inspo ideas. With over 320k followers, the page has a selection of bedroom ideas ranging from simple cosy interior additions to your own indoor botanical sanctuary.

For Hotel-style Living Mandarina Studio Amanda Reid is a Boston-based interior designer whose feed presents hotel-inspired living featuring clean, classic designs that ooze sophistication. The designer is focussed on organisation and creating space within your home. If you are a city dweller this is the page to inspire you and help transform your small apartment into a luxury space.

For Tranquility Allision Elebash The South Carolina-based interior designer manages to combine the elegance of city living with the calmness of the coast. Featured in Better Homes and Gardens, Amanda's page displays sumptuous cottage-style living, simple vignettes, and furniture and fittings that create a sense of tranquillity and serenity. Amanda's feed informs us how to bring any space to life.

For Minimalism Interiors by Steven G This feed exhibits ultra-expensive art pieces within spaces boasting contemporary artistic design. Amalgamating art with contemporary living, this feed will provide the inspiration to create a minimalistic living space with a clean, natural finish.

Flora and Fauna @gustthepoodle Marian McEvoy's account is the perfect place to visit for blending antiques with modern living. Pretty floral wallpaper can make a room feel dated, however, Marian merges this beautifully with rich velvet textures and rare eccentric treasures to generate a feeling of warmness and splendor.

For Print and Pattern Susan Deliss Textile designer Susan Deliss's Instagram displays rich textile prints and bespoke upholstered furniture. You are sure to find inspirational patterns and Edwardian-inspired chaise lounges in quirky spaces for those of us that adore vintage eras.

By Jheanelle Feanny


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