Follow These 30+ Designers On Instagram For Endless Inspiration
If you’re anything like the House & Home editorial team, you love perusing Instagram for design inspiration. Skimming the feeds of designers, stylists and retailers is a foolproof way to tune into the trends — and get a peek inside their beautiful homes. Packed with eye candy, here are 30+ Instagram accounts to check out now.
Color-rich pattern and bohemian charm is at the heart of Justina Blakeney’s designs. The New York Times best-selling author is never short of a punchy bright or lively greenery as exhibited in this very space.
Millennial pink has found its permanent home in Christine Dovey’s design aesthetic. With an affection for structured accents, awe-inspiring artwork and elegant crown mouldings, her feed is an open invitation for inspiration.
Aside from Kelly Wearstler’s fabric and wallpaper line at Kravet and partnership with The Rug Company it’s amazing the interior designer finds time to accomplish projects such as the San Francisco Proper Hotel and her plethora of high-profile clients. An expert in juxtaposing vintage and contemporary pieces, Kelly’s feed is seriously impressive.
Get a glimpse inside the life of Canadian media icon Lynda Reeves through her curated sense of sophistication. Known for her masterful use of elevated staples and sleek design her feed exudes aspirational appeal.
Based in Stockholm, Sweden, it’s no wonder Joanna Lavén’s interiors read eclectic yet simple. Her eye for mixing materials and textures creates a curious intrigue — and we can’t help but come back for more.
Anishka Clarke and Niya Bascom are the creative duo behind Ishka Designs. Their style incapsulates a casual yet minimalist sophistication through clean interior spaces and moody natural elements.
Small spaces are designer Lynne Knowlton’s speciality whether it’s a camper, airstream or treehouse. Heavily inspired by travel, her zest for life will transport you to a light and bright sanctuary through her heavenly reclaimed modern style.
Known for his impressive retail spaces at Aquazzura, Balenciaga and Alexander Wang, Ryan Korban is the fashion industry’s go-to interior designer for grand glamour (and he was recently featured in our April issue). The two-time author’s use of cool greys, white and blacks ground the experts’ distinctive spaces.
The brother-sister duo behind Studio Shamshiri — Pamela and Ramin Shamshiri — deliver bohemian layers in spades, incorporating vintage nods to yesteryear whenever possible.
H&H‘s very own Emma Reddington has a love of the outdoors, which blends beautifully with shapely and artful elements. Her use of muted colors and exciting textiles will fill your feed with a sense of joy.
We look to Sarah Richardson as a constant source of inspiration here at House & Home. Her great eye for modern accents and elevated fabrications add tons of character to any room.
Corey Damen Jenkins’ designs beautifully mix contemporary and traditional style. His feed is full of handsome leather pieces and velvet-swathed furniture sure to inspire a rich and dramatic transformation.
With a penchant for bold floral patterns, Young Huh is never one to shy away from a statement wall covering or eye-catching accent.
Vibrant, relaxing and calm are all words that innately describe India Mahdavi’s design aesthetic. Her fondness for bright, cheery and bold decor make us want to embrace color in every room of our home.
Architect and furniture designer Giancarlo Valle plays with unexpected shapes and textures to enhance each and every room he tackles, always making sure to meld the past with the present through thoughtful pieces and stunning vignettes.
We collectively marvel at what interior stylist and shop-owner Stacey Lipstein can do in any given small space. The creative genius behind Tiny House Mama encompasses the dreamy magic of mixing function and design.
Alykhan Velji’s taste and curation for a space always conveys a luxe and timeless appeal. His tranquil color palette paired with modern pieces translate into a relaxing retreat, every time. No wonder he’s the resident design expert on The Marilyn Denis Show.
Toronto-based designer Sam Sacks is a House & Home favorite for good reason: Her rooms are always eclectic, youthful and livable. In her own mostly white home, natural light spills into every room, while exotic chandeliers, rugs and accessories add plenty of visual interest.
Nam Dang-Mitchell is another one of H&H’s go-to designers (and our 2018 Designer of the Year). Based out of Calgary, she’s known for her contemporary-meets-classic aesthetic — and absolutely show-stopping kitchens! This shot of her own space highlights her love of handsome hardware, stone and lighting.
John Baker, who co-owns design shop Mjölk with his wife Juli Daoust-Baker, gives his followers a glimpse into his own striking, Scandi-style house on his personal Instagram account. We love eyeing the new accent pieces he picks up, and admiring his knack for display.
Designer Philip Mitchell posts images of his wide range of projects on his account, but he also includes the occasional shot of his own homes. This snap captures the charm of his Chester, Nova Scotia, guesthouse, with its classic paneling and traditional fixtures.
H&H alum and designer Cameron MacNeil also offers a glimpse into own home on his eye-catching account. Here, he shows how surrounding a TV with framed artwork can help it blend more seamlessly into a room.
We love peeking at designer Mazen El-Abdallah’s latest designs, as well as the expertly styled vignettes in his own house. In his living room, a vase of branches echoes the light, sculptural lines of the lamp, while a shorter vessel brings a nice touch of texture to the arrangement.
Designer Allison Willson’s home and cottage have been H&H reader favorites, and it’s easy to see why. She is incredibly skilled at balancing crisp color palettes with warmer detailing, not to mention creating enviable flower arrangements.
Designer Richard Ouellette is the chief photographer behind Les Ensembliers’ Instagram account, and his laid-back shots are chock-full of inspiration, whether they’re quick snaps of his dogs, design projects or work-and-real-life partner, Maxime Vandal, relaxing in one of their stunning homes.
If minimal and natural is more your speed, wander over to West Coast designer Sophie Burke’s account. We love to admire her breezy, less-is-more approach to decorating (and emulate it in our own homes).
Designer Deb Nelson’s Instagram account is as fresh as her East Coast cottage, shown here. Airy white spaces with nautical touches abound on her feed — perfect inspiration for your own weekend getaway!
Designer Sarah Hartill is another H&H alum, and we can’t get enough of her sunny, family-friendly aesthetic. Here’s a shot she shared of her Toronto living room, styled effortlessly with a glass bowl, textured vase and refreshingly wild floral arrangement.
While he loves to post travel snaps, every so often, designer and TV personality Tommy Smythe offers a peek inside his own spaces — and it’s more than worth the follow! A photo of his guest bedroom on his feed is a lesson in decorating with rich color, antique furniture and glam lighting.