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16 Inspired home decor Instagram accounts you should be following

If you’re looking for some fresh, off-beat style ideas to brighten up your abode, then add these design-savvy bloggers to your Instagram feed for some dreamy home inspiration.

1. Justina Blakeney

Originally from Berkeley, California, Justina Blakeney believes “decorating is about feeling free, having fun and getting a little bit wild,” according to her blog. She holds a degree in world arts and cultures, worked as a designer in Italy for seven years and recently published her first book, The New Bohemians.

2. The Jungalow

Blakeney created her blog, The Jungalow, and manages a separate Instagram account for it — that has lots of eye candy. The Jungalow has been praised by dozens of industry experts including Better Homes and Gardens, Marie Claire and Vogue.

3. Apartment Therapy

The Ryan brothers — Maxwell and Oliver — launched their blog Apartment Therapy in 2004 as a way to help “people make their homes more beautiful, organized and healthy by connecting them to a wealth of resources, ideas and community online.” And they also just came out with a new book.

4. Home Root

Home Root is an online store that offers “personalised and unique home decors and furniture with a luxurious twist.” Their Instagram account shows how their products can be arranged to create bright, comforting and interesting spaces, like this enviable hidden home bar.

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5. One Kings Lane

One Kings Lane is a home decor retailer that’s a little more personable than Pottery Barn, but a little more upscale than Ikea. The prices are on the expensive side, but they do have sales and clearance items. Either way, you can pick up a ton of great ideas on their Instagram account — for free.

6. MyDomaine

MyDomaine is a blog, covering content in home decor, food, travel and much more. But, you can also shop on the site, which features items in a blog-like setting from stores like Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters.

7. Emily Henderson

Emily Henderson is a genius when it comes to interiors. She’s a home style expert, TV host, Target’s home spokesperson and mother of (soon-to-be) two. Henderson’s Instagram account and blog feature eye-catching concepts that will make you want everything. Her motto? “Perfection is boring; let’s get weird.”

8. Victoria Smith

Victoria Smith is a blogger, photographer, author
and interior designer. Her blog, based in San Francisco, represents a “Bohemian modern style” and provides product reviews, shopping tips and lots of style ideas, of course.

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9. Orlando Soria

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Creative director at Homepolish Los Angeles, Orlando Soria also has his own blog, Hommemaker. He graduated from Cornell University’s College of Architecture and the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Design. Soria has a long list of projects under his belt, including several on HGTV with Emily Henderson.

10. DominoMag

Domino is a site set up by Domino Magazine, offering stories, shopping and galleries on all things decor. Their colorful Instagram account covers a range of design details from intimate elements to elaborately decorated rooms.

11. Style Me Pretty Living

Style Me Pretty, a wedding blog, also has an Instagram account for interiors. Their home styling pictures are fun, romantic and charmingly girly. The posts will make you want to plan dinner parties, cozy up your living rooms and enjoy the little things in life.

12. Nous Decor

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Nous Decor says, “44 percent of home décor shoppers get inspiration from browsing the Internet.” Well, thanks to the irresistible designs on sites like Nous Decor, we just can’t help it. This Instagram account focuses on modern, minimalistic interiors with just the right amount of quirk.

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13. Bluff Park Designs
Lindsey West, a contributor for The Society Letters, shares home styling inspiration on her Instagram account, Bluff Park Designs. She says, she’s “the most southern you’ll get,” which clearly shows in the sweet, rustic details of her work.

14. House of Jade

The soft and simplistic contemporary room designs on House of Jade Interiors will have you scrolling and scrolling and scrolling through their portfolio and Instagram posts. The company was created by two best friends who “both appreciate mixing beautiful patterns and color infused with lots of white and clean lines.”

15. Lychee & Lime
“Live sweet. Be chic,” is the motto at Lychee and Lime. Their Instagram photos have a beachy vibe and a bit of an international flair. If you need a quick getaway from your stresses at work, browse through their posts for a bit of fresh air.

16. Homepolish

If you love modern and minimalistic design, then you should follow Homepolish. Their posts feature clean lines, bright neutrals and suggest an easy, relaxing lifestyle. You can subscribe to their magazine and pick up some great ideas on their website.

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