TOP TEN: London-Based Interior Design Instagrammers

We’re sure your inner design geek will go mad with these Instagram accounts.

Be it interior inspo, design street style, or the latest design trends, these 10 design experts have it covered on all fronts. Here are our top 10 accounts to follow.



Curated by author and design expert, Tricia Guild, this British Luxury brand is known for its signature ombres and deep design textures.



A London-based Scandi homewares company, their design inspirations give a retro feel with a nod to warm tones and a hint of minimalist and a dash of rustic.



Design attics Sally and Anna capture the best in boho and mid-century chic. If you aren’t afraid of color and willing to mix the bold and warm together, their visual blog is perfection.



Although Creative Consultant and Design Author Will Taylor recently made the move from London to New York, we couldn’t dismiss his contribution to Londontown design. His eye for asymmetric and clean lines mixed with bright, bold colors works well for those who enjoy design not overdone.



Rita Konig mixes rustic and nature into her crafty home designs. She’s DIY type of women, who’s not afraid to put on a hard hat and lead. Her classic designs prove ideal for the luxurious eye.



The Modern Hour curates designs from the homes they sell. Perfect for the first time home buyer looking for inspiration. Their designs vary from minimalist or urban style loft.



Anyone can feel the warm and cozy coming from Kate Watson-Smyth’s page. If black is your favorite color, follow her now! Kate’s use of dark and light in her design is enough to make anyone brew a cup of coffee, layer under a few blankets and peruse. Even British Vogue thought the was pretty dope too.



If a green thumb is your superpower, slide on over to Abigail A. Hern and get your dose of nature and design. She marries the two quite well and add a bit of “home” into her design elements. We like to think of it as rustic glam.



Co-owner of Rockett St George, Jane Rockett curates a mixture of old world and new age design. From the warm and cool tones, minimalist to Victorian, her page has something for every design geek.



For the designer who adores pastels, nudes, and clean lines, Loaf Home is ideal for inspiration. Their page utilizes neutrals as pops of color to deep, warm, tones. For any designer looking to make better use of neutrals, this page is ideal.


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