As we fast approach the end of what has been another stellar year in the world of design, our thoughts turn to the year ahead.
We’ve seen the emergence and continuation of many trends in 2017 – from botanical through to metallics and geometrics. And with the recent announcement of Pantone’s Colour of the Year for 2018 as Ultra Violet, the coming 12 months is set to be just as bold.
To help inspire your upcoming projects, here we share our top 10 Instagram accounts for interior design inspiration in 2018…
An expert in property design, Laura Butler-Madden has been blogging since 2010. With a focus on her home, her Instagram account is a curated space that features high-end ideas.
Long-term friends and collaborators of Johnson Tiles, 2 Lovely Gays is a design duo with a penchant for Instagram. Featuring projects, inspiration and ideas – with some Johnson Tiles products thrown in for good measure – it’s a must-follow for lovers of fun and fresh interiors.
Named as one of Vogue’s top 10 interiors Instagram accounts to follow this year, Kate Watson-Smyth is a firm favourite on our feed. A journalist and writer by trade, Kate is dedicated to sharing beautiful spaces.
Run by self-confessed interior design lovers Sally and Anna, Green and Mustard celebrates and champions simple but effective style.
For fans of minimal design, Niki Brantmark’s Instagram account, My Scandinavian Home should be top of the list for interiors inspiration. Expect white space, bold geometrics and concrete.
Abi Dare is an interior designer, blogger and photographer, making the perfect combination for a captivating Instagram account. Simple tones of white, grey and black make up a stunning account that’s most definitely worth a follow.
Helen Powell puts the cool in content curation. An interior writer and stylist, Design Hunter showcases clean, refreshing schemes, occasionally featuring her pet Whippet.
Taking a minimal angle, Sarah Van Peteghem’s account is the equivalent of a high-end boutique hotel. Expect travel snaps, coffee and eye-catching prints.
Design journalist Katie’s feed is entirely shot in black and white, making it stand out from the crowd. Close-up photography sits alongside makers’ portraits and must-have furniture. Inspiring stuff.
Documenting the life, work and travels of lifestyle blogger Stephanie, @hej.mia is an engaging space for all things interior design. Soft grey is set against woody tones for an altogether calming feed.
Have we missed your favourite account? Let us know at @JohnsonTiles.
(Main image courtesy of 2 Lovely Gays. Credit: Megan Taylor)