10 Must Follow Deco Inspo Accounts
Today, thousands of tools are at your disposal to find decorative inspiration. Among them, the inevitable Pinterest, which accounts for no less than 200 million active users and Instagram which has had extreme success for 7 years now with 500 million active daily users. Instagram accounts are more convenient than blogs. They are instant, keep you up to date with the latest trends, and find, in one click, where to get the items we like. Note that recently, you can make your purchases directly from Instagram.
Here are 10 Instagram accounts to find your decorating inspiration in 2018.
1- Self-taught New-Yorker Ryan Korban
New York City-based Ryan Korban will add wit and good taste to your feed. “Without any formal training, he developed his unique aesthetic, characterized by a mix of luxury, old-world romance, and urban cool. Drawing on inspirations ranging from Monet paintings to Helmut Newton photographs, he creates seductive, wondrous spaces that surpass trend to redefine traditional design for a new generation.” Ryan has been known for interior designing major luxury brands such as Alexander Wang, Balenciaga and many more.
Image Credits: Instagram ryankorban
2 - The neo-traditionalist decor: Ashley Whittaker Design
If you like liberty print and retro-looking interiors, why not check out Ashley Whittaker's Instagram account. This American interior designer combines the charm of flowers with the sophistication of New York residential apartments.
Image Credits :Instagram ashleywhittakerdesign
3 - The timeless charm: Pop and Scott
Pop and Scott is a Melbourne-based decoration brand that boasts the qualities of the hand-made. Throughout their many travels, the creative couple behind the brand has developed light and timeless designs. The different collections highlight sustainable materials such as wood and ceramics.
Image Credits: Instagram popandscott
4 - The universal Ettore Sottsass tribute account by Raquel Cayre
"Named in honor of the eclectic Italian architect and designer Ettore Sottsass, curated by Raquel Cayre, showcases beautiful, fun interiors and architecture from all over the world." Jenny Lister, Art Director.
Image Credit: Instagram ettoresottsass
5 - Baroque aesthetics: Mark D. Sikes
Mark D. Sikes is fascinated by the gilding, the princely imagination and the 1960s. On his Instagram account, you find a lot of images of Grace Kelly, Audrey Hepburn, and the British royal family. If you like the alliance of bourgeois aesthetics with modern freshness, the interior designer has published Beautiful, a bestseller that explains how to apply the principles of timeless American decor.
Image Credits: Instagram markdsikes
6 - Grant K. Gibson
The San Francisco decorator says naturally lit shots and images of his Westie, Wesley, bump up engagement. An editor, whom he met through Instagram, is publishing his first book in 2018.
“His work is always eclectic, livable and easy on the eyes.” -Elle Decor
Image Credits: Instagram grantkgibson
7 - The bohemian spirit: The little bohemians
Les petits bohèmes is a brand of furniture for young and old sharing its collections through soft and clean images. Macrame pendants, pastel pink sheets, baby blue shelves, and mouse gray carpets. Travel in a world that breathes childhood, tenderness, and poetry.
Image Credits: Instagram lespetitsbohèmes
8 - The vintage girly: SF Girl by Bay
The SF Girl By Bay Instagram account is for all fans of candy pink and saturated colors. Victoria, an American from San Francisco who lives in LA, posts daily vintage inspirations and has even created Super Market, an e-shop specializing in the sale of antique French furniture.
9 - Arty geometry: Eno Studio
On the e-shop of Eno Studio, a brand of modern interior design, you will find furniture at the forefront of the trend. On the Insta’ of the brand, the aesthetic is minimalist, geometric, refined and arty.
Image Credits: Instagram eno_studio
10 - The male class: TRNK NYC
TRNK NYC is a New York brand of decoration that posts inspirations to the aesthetic and masculine style of Mad Men via Instagram. Our favorite!
Image Credits: Instagram trnknyc
Deco Scandinavian look, minimalist trend, retro charm, baroque furniture... If you plan to transform your interior, the search for inspiration is here. And if you are still hesitating, why not mix styles?