15 Stylish Instagram Accounts To Follow For Interior-Design Envy

The interiors on @reathdesign’s Instagram feed are an interesting mix of mid-century design and country-home comforts

From renovations to reclamations, ceramics to curiosities, discover the best design-focused Instagram accounts that are sure to send your bookmark folder into overdrive. By OLIVE WAKEFIELD

Inspired by its founder’s travels and myriad cultural influences, the interiors on @cabanamagazine are the epitome of ‘eclectic-chic’


No one does maximalism quite like Cabana. Indeed, founder Martina Mondadori is the high priest of ‘eclectic-chic’, drawing on vintage designs from her travels the world over, to glean her spectacularly singular style. Hit follow on the Cabana account for the maximalist mood-board of dreams – prints on top of prints on top of prints, color explosions and flamboyant fabrics aplenty. And, should you want to recreate any of these looks at home, her line of tableware is the perfect starting point. @cabanamagazine

London’s Martin Brudnizki-designed Broadwick Soho is a maximalist dream – flamboyant, vibrant and utterly cool in equal measure

Broadwick Soho

It is always a great thrill when the worlds of interiors and hospitality collide, and the Broadwick Soho hotel is no exception. Iconic interior designer Martin Brudnizki, along with creative director Andrea Gelardin, are the brains behind each flamboyant corner – behold lacquered walls hung with Warhols, leopard-print club chairs and mirrored ceilings, as seen in its opulent Italian eatery, Dear Jackie. Broadwick Soho is an art deco disco dive that references everything from Studio 54 to Marie Antoinette – and any maximalists-in-the-making should tune in to its vibrant Instagram feed for no end of inspiration. @broadwicksoho

Buchanan Studio

You can spot Angus and Charlotte Buchanan’s irreverent designs a mile off. Indeed, their London home almost broke the internet with its rhubarb-and-custard-colored tiled bathroom and walk-in pantry. Having honed their skills working for high-fashion brands, the pair have since brought their eclectic references to residential and commercial clients all over the world. Follow for up-close details of all their suitably singular spaces, including the home of Charlotte and Philip Colbert – a surrealist marvel complete with lobster-shaped hardware and a bespoke velvet-beveled bar – a space guaranteed to delight and surprise.

Artists Charlotte and Philip Colbert’s surrealist monochrome living space was designed by and delivers idiosyncratic-interior perfection; while a rhubarb-and-custard-colored bathroom has become the studio’s signature aesthetic
@eagle.hodges offers unexpected design details with chic, modernist flair

Eagle & Hodges

Creative director Alex Eagle is the design eye behind some of the chicest spots around and, together with her long-term collaborator Sophie Hodges, has fast become the go-to designer for the It-crowd. Tune in for unexpected style quirks, such as chinoiserie paneling paired with abstract art and modernist chairs by Pierre Jeanneret (as seen at their masterpiece-of-a-project Oakley Court), and, of course, the fabulously retro accents at 180 Health Club, which have been shared and re-shared far and wide. @eagle.hodges

You can easily lose hours scrolling’s feed of soul-stirring historic homes – and they’re all for sale


Converted chapels, rambling rectories, quaint coastal cottages… It’s as if Inigo has gathered every dream home imaginable and opened the doors for the world to see. From the same team behind The Modern House, Inigo may technically be a real-estate agent, but don’t be surprised if you find yourself returning again and again just for the interiors eye candy. For the unversed, expect a fly-on-the-wall tour of Britain’s finest DeVol kitchens, rose-arched gardens and Beata Heuman-worthy soft furnishings.

Playful eccentricity is @maximilianhurd’s unapologetically maximalist forte
Max Hurd’s distinctive style always includes an eclectic mix of trinkets and vintage finds

Maximilian Hurd

Look no further than designer Max Hurd’s opulent Instagram account for a masterclass in maximalism. The self-confessed dandy has left no corner of his London pad unadorned, with trinkets, objets and supersized artworks dripping from every jewel-toned wall, which he co-designed with long-term collaborator Benedict Foley. Follow him for one big, dazzling smorgasbord of clashing prints and vintage finds that reference everything from Oscar Wilde to Brazilian bordellos. @maximilianhurd

Augusta Hoffman

New York-based Augusta Hoffman is fast becoming the go-to for that highly coveted pared-back, Rose Uniacke look – think shearling, sectionals and sandy-hued schemes all round. Since launching her design studio in 2019, Hoffman has built up a clientele that includes celebrity wedding-dress designer Danielle Frankel, whose new atelier – with its sleek, poured-concrete floors and mohair-covered ’70s furniture – is pure lo-fi-luxe perfection. @augusta.hoffman

Rachel Chudley

No one masters color and texture quite like London-based designer Rachel Chudley. Her creations tip over into the realm of fine art, with intricate murals, marbles and captivating paintings in every space. Chudley’s clients – rock stars and actors among them – have been known to cry with joy at their room reveals. @rachelchudley

A cool yet classic kitchen beautifully illustrates @augusta.hoffman’s luxurious but pared-back style; while @rachelchudley’s showstopping bathroom shows off the London-based designer’s love of exquisite murals and accessories
Discover @reathdesign’s bold but laid-back authenticity – where rural goes retro

Reath Design

LA-based studio Reath Design has set the grid on fire with its eclectic yet accessible designs – think mid-century modern condo meets English country home. In the same vein as the master of ‘mix and match’ Beata Heuman, the team expertly dabbles in statement wallpapers and retro motifs, without veering into chintzy. Be prepared to bookmark every post. @reathdesign

Barlow & Barlow

Barlow & Barlow design studio has a knack for trailblazing a trend – just look at one of its recent projects, Kin House, for proof. The Fermoie fabric-wrapped bath and blush pink, squiggle-tiled bathroom (which recently lit up social media) is just the tip of the iceberg in this vast portfolio of playful designs – all with viral potential. Follow for a masterclass on how to pull off florals, scallops and pelmets without things getting too chintzy. @barlowandbarlow

Campbell Rey

The impossibly tasteful duo Charlotte Rey and Duncan Campbell are the design prodigies behind some of the best-looking rooms on Instagram these days. Campbell Rey’s distinctively eclectic style – all jewel tones, animal prints, lacquer and low-slung furniture – references everything from Renaissance masters to Italian interiors of the 1970s. It’s difficult to resist their glossy world and its ability to transport you to another era. Look out for their restoration of a Belle Époque villa in Italy, to be unveiled soon, plus their covetable collaboration with rug company Nordic Knots. The latest design is inspired by the grandeur of Hotel Il Pellicano, no less. @campbellrey

Marvel at @barlowandbarlow’s surrealist pink bathroom at Kin House, and @campbellrey’s ode to European splendor through its beautifully curated feed
Home inspiration, interiors discoveries and the gritty details of renovating are the promises of @lucywilliamshome

Lucy Williams Home

What a treat it is when a bona-fide style icon turns their hand to a house renovation – in this case stylist Lucy Williams, who has channeled her impeccable taste into her London fixer-upper. Sneak a peek at her collection of beautiful pieces by Beata Heuman, Alma Berrow, Faye Wei Wei and more. Stay tuned for her live Q&As, where she generously shares her years’ worth of research and insider tips, including her little black book of the makers she loves. @lucywilliamshome

@pieceslondon_ is a delicious curation of interiors, arts and culture from around the world


This thoroughly eclectic curation of interiors, arts and culture is the antidote to any scroll slump you may find yourself in. From David Hockney’s Crayola-colored LA bungalow to chef Laila Gohar’s airy New York loft, Pieces has collected beautiful rooms around the world and created the ultimate interiors mood board. @pieceslondon_

Design classics meet quiet luxury – with a dose of before-and-after renovation reality – in the home of @littlegeorgian_

Little Georgian

This glorious account is proof that living in a period property doesn’t have to be all florals and frills. Little Georgian’s Eirwen Oxley Green knows a thing or two about renovations – this apartment is her ninth – and with a qualification from design school KLC to boot, her expertise can be felt in every corner of her exquisite home, as well as in her Guides series, which demystifies popular design and decorating conundrums. Enjoy glimpses of her statement tiled floors, heavenly walk-in larder, marble-topped Shaker kitchen and wisteria-wrapped courtyard. @little_georgian

A detail shot of @sisterbystudioashby’s ‘Ellie Daybed’, perched beneath the Totnes painting by artist Philip Maltman

Sister by Studio Ashby

Every room in your house is crying out for this collection of wildly covetable vintageware and bespoke furniture from supernova style-setter Sophie Ashby – founder of the award-winning design powerhouse Studio Ashby. Ashby is the visionary behind some of the most re-shared rooms on Instagram, so steal a bit of her timeless style with these perfect pieces. @sisterbystudioashby