Cleaning your living space and reorganizing some items can be difficult, even more so if you lack ideas and inspiration.
If you are into home makeovers, it’s a must to keep your creative juices flowing. Aside from watching Netflix shows and consulting professionals, you can do so by giving home design accounts on Instagram a follow. That way, you can come across appealing designs on your feed and get ideas you didn’t know you needed in the first place.
Check out these IG accounts for some creativity boost that you can use in designing your home.
Serving major goals for interior styling, Moss Home could be a haven for home enthusiasts. We love how their posts showcase their personal style and incorporate that with other aesthetics—from minimalism to maximalism, and beyond. It’s also interesting to note that its co-founder is top Filipino interior designer Cyndi Fernandez, who has worked her brilliance on big brands such as Netflix, Hermes, and Tom Ford.
Scrolling through decorator Elle Uy’s second Instagram page Elle Uy Inspired is always an adventure because it features people’s decorating projects inspired by the design consultant herself. Each post is interesting as it tells a lot about someone’s personality just from one corner of their renovated space.
Fiona Gould is armed with a huge creative background of 10 years, having worked for print, commercial, digital, social, events, and residential homes, among others. This Sydney-based interior stylist stands out for her “collaborative nature to my work, meticulous organization, and passion for creating truly unique and breathtaking content.” Just a quick look through her Instagram page and you would notice how she’s able to strike the right balance between the old and the new as well as neutral hues and loud patterns.
Are you more attracted to muted aesthetics? Imagicasa—a high-end magazine in Belgium—provides design inspiration in the form of subdued themes. Amping up its home posts is the way they showcase texture and minimal pops of color for some depth and personality.
If you feel like evoking a playful vibe in your home, Jungalow might be one of the best accounts you could follow. In each post, its mission to “bring good vibes home” is obviously met by its creative director Justina Blakeney. Just look at all the perky patterns and colors she chooses for every project—her style is undoubtedly perfect for the fun and bold.