5 Home-Decor Instagram Feeds To Follow

5 Home-Decor Instagram Feeds To Follow
5 Home-Decor Instagram Feeds To Follow

Guys, admit it: left to your own devices, your home has a high likelihood of looking like a stereotypical bachelor pad—think lots of black leather, and the main focus of every room? An enormous flat-screen TV. But you can do better. Get inspired, or straight up steal the very same look, of some gorgeous spaces and vignettes from these home-decor Instagram accounts.

Elle Decoration Norge: @elledecorationnorge

Simple, clean vignettes. The furniture and patterns are neither too feminine nor too masculine, so it’ll be appealing to the dates you have over to your place.

Apartment Therapy: @apartmenttherapy

You can get ideas for different styles of specific pieces, such as lighting or chairs, from this feed, which is often updated showcasing pieces discovered at tradeshow marketplaces.

Dwell: @dwellmagazine

If your taste veers toward modern, then you will eat up this magazine’s Instagram feed of art, architecture and contemporary rooms.

Jonathan Anadler: @jonathanadler

Ifyou’re not afraid of colour, and are a fan of quirky accessories and boldprints, you will be flooded with ideas by following Adler’s Instagram account.

James Andrew: @james_andrew

Get style ideas (Andrew’s the guy behind the popular blog What Is James Wearing) while also feeding your need for ornate, bold decor.

Karen Kwan

Karen Kwan is a freelance writer based in Toronto. Her work has appeared in Flare, Elle Canada and ElleCanada.com, Glow, Metro, Huffington Post Canada, Travelife and Travel + Escape. She also runs her blog, HealthandSwellness.com, where she writes about health, beauty, fitness and lifestyle.

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