3 of the best Instagram accounts for interiors lovers

Scrolling through Instagram feeds is our favourite way to find gorgeous home inspiration. So we thought we’d share our top blogger, designer and stylist accounts, and show you how to get their look at home.

Image: instagram.com/ispydiy

1. Share ideas at {mine}

Newly launched this year, at{mine} is an online community for home and design lovers where members do the sharing. The site’s Instagram is packed with pictures of beautiful, real homes and by double-clicking the image you can view where to buy the featured items. Simples.


Image: instagram.com/atmine

Get the look: artful clutter

Use surfaces to showcase a personally curated mix of candles, potted plants, mismatched glassware and ornaments – it’s an intriguing and creative way to show off your favourite things.

Artful accessories for the home

1. Large grey sand hour glass, £8 | 2. Silver bird object, £6 | 3. Small mercury glass bottle, £6 | 4 . Small ceramic lantern, £6 | 5. Small white candle stick, £6 

2. Find chic kitsch at Charlestown Vintage

Junior stylist, lifestyle blogger and copywriter Charlotte dreams of becoming an interiors magazine editor, and we say why not! Her Instagram feed is a delight to scroll – packed with vintage florals, country gardens and quaint tabletops.


Image: instagram.com/charlestown92

 Get the look: vintage tabletop

Create a quintessentially English tabletop by artfully arranging a mix of vintage-style and contemporary crockery, glassware and cutlery. Top Instagram tip: when taking a shot of your beautiful tabletop, make like Charlotte by angling the camera from above to achieve an on-trend bird’s eye view.

English tabletop accessories

1. San Miguel recycled carafe, £5 | 2. Monochrome jug, £10 |3.  In Bloom teacup and saucer, £4 | 4. Mini cake dome, £15

3. Let loose with ISpyDIY

Run by crafty creator and DIY-er Jenni Radosevich based in New York, I Spy DIY shows how to replicate designer style by making it yourself. And Jenni’s Instagram feed is proof that doing it yourself produces amazing results – think painted neon brights, quirky typographic art, DIY favourites and foodie creations.

Three shelves with home accessories and flowers

Image: instagram.com/ispydiy/

Get the look: colour pop

Squeeze the last few drops of summer into your home by introducing brightly coloured accessories and graphic prints. This works best with neutral décor and fresh white walls, allowing your pops of colour to have maximum effect.

1. White & Black Pattern Bone Effect Frame, £15 | 2. Aqua tumbler, £5 | 3. Dipped mug, £4 | 5. In bloom floral print bed linen double, £18

Find our full range of stylish homeware products at your nearest store.