February 11, 2016
Looking for decor inspiration? Turn to these 8 snap-happy designers who share their love for pattern, texture and color.
First and foremost an artist, Ana Montiel plays with geometric forms, bold compositions and bright colors in much of her work. A creative force with an artist's curious mind, she applies her talents to illustration, textiles, wallpaper, pottery, gardening and writing – all of which she shares on Instagram.
If you’re looking for a relaxed and friendly West Coast vibe, then Nicole.Facciuto.Design is for you. An interior designer, stylist and HGTV host, Facciuto is a keen observer who offers up a seamless blend of beautifully composed still lifes, interiors and landscapes, interspersed with snippets of family life.
New York design entrepreneur Madeline Weinrib shares her passion for centuries-old artisanal traditions from around the world, from Morocco to Uzbekistan. She creates an eclectic but thematically consistent mix of fabric closeups, historical shots and contemporary interiors that is always interesting and entertaining.
An interior designer from Brisbane, Australia, Anna Spiro gives us a picture window into the life of a designer at work, from visiting antique stores to overseeing installations to the final, polished look. In between, we get snippets of family life, exquisite arrangements and still lifes, and enviable beach scenes.
Just coming off a 5-year stint as creative director of a major housewares retailer, Canadian freelance design creative Arren Williams finds himself exploring the art, architecture and crafts of Portugal, his current home. If you love architectural details, bold patterns, colorful tilework, and random curiosities, Williams on Instagram is for you.
Liz Bachman is a Denver stylist, blogger and self-described interior-design lover. Amongst clean shots of tastefully white rooms punctuated with black accents, bright woods and always a plant or two, you’ll find sweet family photos that reveal a stylish working mom.
An earthy palette never looked so enviable as on Erin Souder’s earnesthomeco_ feed. What she chooses to show us and how she arranges and photographs her subjects tell us a lot about who she is and what matters to her: the pleasures of the table, time for one’s self, and simple, pretty things.
Leslie alternates between shots of gorgeous flowers, artfully arranged food and tablescapes and enviable outdoor scenes from her home base on Vancouver Island and from her travels abroad. Her strong eye for composition and palette have you coming back for more.
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