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14 interiors details from Instagram that are worth saving

These interiors Instagram posts are worth screen-grabbing for later…

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If you’re on the hunt for interiors inspiration for your country or town house, Instagram is a great place to find it.

But to save you scroll-finger-fatigue, we’ve trawled the social media site and found 14 gorgeous interiors images to give you instant inspiration. When it comes to finding beautiful interiors images on Instagram, the devil’s in the detail…

1. Designer Emily Bond integrates her natty prints into her own kitchen.

Just a pretty view in my kitchen today! #emilybondhome

A photo posted by Emily Bond (@emilybondfabric) on

2. Create a cosy spot in your living room by layering rugs and textiles in complementary prints and colours.

Did you know that you can shop vintage textiles and rugs on my website? Link in profile to shop and see what we have in store.

A photo posted by Madeline Weinrib (@madelineweinrib) on

3. Brighten up your little one’s nursery with bold colours and useful storage solutions with a friendly face (or two or three…).


A photo posted by Grant K. Gibson (@grantkgibson) on

4. Don’t be afraid to mix and max contrasting metals, tones and textures to achieve your desired look.

Mix Masters. From the home of @benjamin_brougham, our Director of Interiors, via @designsponge.

A photo posted by Jonathan Adler (@jonathanadler) on

5. Clashing prints and bold monochrome pieces can work well in large spaces.

Make a statement. xk #interiordesign #homedecor #worldofkelly

A photo posted by Kelly Wearstler (@kellywearstler) on

6. Don’t be afraid of keeping large spaces minimal and work with any available natural light.

7. All creatures great and small…

OBSESSED with this room by @lucindawhartonartist

A photo posted by Ryan Korban (@ryankorban) on

8. Fill your country home with things that remind you of the natural beauty around you.

9. Make working spaces appealing with personal touches, like beauty blogger Alix.

10. Don’t be afraid to keep things simple, especially in your town house.

So in love with our new @westelmlondon chairs. Our kitchen/lounge is now pretty much complete! #justwaitingonshutters

A photo posted by Lily Pebbles (@lilypebbles) on

11. A colour-coordinated walk-in wardrobe is the best way to start your day. (After coffee.)

12. And a little colour-coding works wonders for messy book shelves, too.

13. A clean desk, a clean mind. Or something like that…

Workspace complete. #ThankYouMarkForHangingThePrints #SuchSymmetry #HesAGoodEgg

A photo posted by Anna (@theannaedit) on

14. Make small spaces beautiful with a subtle blend of interesting materials and textures, like fashion blogger Susie Lau.

Morning! @hoganbrand #hoganbusybeautiful

A photo posted by Susie Lau (@susiebubble) on


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