7 interior Instagram accounts to follow in 2018

Are you looking for much-needed inspiration for your own home or the kind of aesthetic delight that only an impeccably styled interior can provide?

We’ve gathered the seven most swoon-worthy interior Instagram accounts you need to be following in 2018.


The blog of Kate Watson-Smyth, an award-winning UK journalist who writes about interiors and property, covers everything you’ll ever need to know about modern design and decorating your home.

With handy tips on customising an Ikea kitchen to covering your ugly splashback tiles, her Instagram account is a wondrous feast for the eyes and a must-follow.

Most of the images are from Kate’s own home, flawlessly renovated and styled as you’d expect from someone who makes a living writing about interiors.

Kate Watson-Smyth makes a living writing about interiors – and it show in her luscious Instagram feed. Picture: Instagram/@mad_about_the_house


Perth-based interior designer Jane Ledger’s Instagram feed is filled with polished interiors, gorgeous colour palettes and stunning objects.

Each beautifully styled image exudes a feeling of calm and luxurious simplicity, offering endless inspiration for every room of your home.

For practical interior tips, Jane’s website includes a raft of blog posts covering super-helpful topics such as “How to create a shelfie” and “How to style a console”.

Jane Ledger’s beautifully styled images are calm and luxurious. Picture: Instagram/@janeledgersinteriors


This husband and wife interior design team is all about bright, eclectic and well-pulled together spaces.

Since launching their design studio three years ago in Salt Lake City, Utah, they boast 30 employees, over 620,000 Instagram followers, an eCommerce shop and a rapidly growing YouTube channel.

Their Instagram images will make you dream of high ceilings, eye-catching details and luxurious walk-in wardrobes – or is that just us?

Just three years later, Studio McGee’s husband and wife team employs 30 employers and has over 620,000 Instagram followers. Picture: Instagram/@studiomcgee


Canberra-based interior stylist Gina Ciancio’s Style Curator blog is packed with a broad range of content: inspiring styling and reno tips, expert advice, handy DIYs and an online shop with a small but stylish collection of home goodies.

Her Instagram feed features chic and achievable interiors, as well as video tutorials – such as our favourite on how to create your own DIY luxe garden fence!

Gina Ciancio posts chic and achievable interiors. Picture: Instagram/@stylecuratorau


Byron Beach Abodes is a collection of six holiday rental homes in sunny Byron Bay, NSW.

 The Instagram account – curated by owner Taliah Lowry – is a showcase of light-filled, relaxed spaces from each of the homes, full of natural hues and textures, that make you instantly unwind just by looking at them.

If your dream is to create a welcoming home with a timeless global aesthetic, look no further for inspiration.

If you dream about a timeless global aesthetic, look no further than Taliah Lowry for inspiration. Picture: Instagram/@byron_beach_abodes


A photographer who added interior styling to her repertoire, Carley Summers creates eclectic spaces with a boho vibe.

Her Instagram account showcases her latest photoshoots and styling projects, as well as her own beautiful home in the US state of North Carolina.

If Turkish kilims, layered textures, plants and vintage furniture are your thing, Carley’s Insta feed will show you how to pull it all together so the end result is uncluttered and polished, not excessive or cramped.

If boho textures, cacti and vintage furniture are your thing – follow Carley Summers. Picture: Instagram/@carlaypage


This Netherlands-based interior design, styling and photography studio creates elegant, original and calming spaces.

Each and every image in the Instagram feed will leave you feeling inspired but also strangely soothed, while the Avenue Lifestyle blog is a flawless manual for beautiful living.

If you’re inspired by Scandinavian style, it makes sense to follow a design studio from there. Picture: Instagram/@avenue.design.studio

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This article was originally published as 7 interior Instagram accounts to follow in 2018 by www.realestate.com.au and is written by Andrea Sophocleous.