20 inspiring Instagram interiors accounts to follow

Scrolling through Insta for homes inspo is one of our favourite pastimes. Sure, we love creating Pinterest boards and hitting up TikTok for the best home hacks as well, but it’s those reels that have us truly hooked, and that handy saved posts function that helps us keep all our favourite ideas in one place. Here, Good Homes magazine picks out 20 of the best interior accounts on Instagram right now…

1. @dark_revelry

Lynne and partner Josh began their @dark_revelry account as an easy way to update friends and family on the transformation of their Manchester home during lockdown – and their creative, quirky style is a must-see for fans of an Abigail Ahern-esque decorating scheme. We love the couple’s uniform use of dark colour, neon accents and statement lighting, which includes a homemade tassel chandelier.

best interior accounts on Instagram: @dark_revelry

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2. @melshousetohome

Melanie started her original Instagram account, @no.52.terrace_to_table, in lockdown as a way of sharing her love of interiors and recipes with the Insta community. Her beautifully curated grid also showcased her charming Yorkshire terrace to perfection. But Melanie moved house in 2022, and is now on house reno number two! Watch the renovation unfold via her new account, @melshousetohome, as she takes everything she learned from her first project into her second…


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3. @sheffieldsemi1930s

To go dark or not to go dark is the question for interior stylist Lorah-Kate, who started her @sheffieldsemi1930s account in the first lockdown as a way of figuring out what she wanted from her spaces. With a love of moody, maximalist schemes with boho and vintage vibes, Lorah-Kate’s grid showcases her evolving family home, some savvy DIY projects and how to perfectly style pre-loved pieces.

Instagram interiors accounts to follow @sheffieldsemi1930s

Photo: @sheffieldsemi1930s

4. @the_flat_that_rosie_built

There’s no such thing as too much colour according to Rosie, who started her @the_flat_that_rosie_built account a couple of years ago to showcase the vibrant updates to her first home. As a keen weekend crafter, Rosie enjoys peppering her handmade pieces – from macramé to embroidery, pottery to punch needling – throughout her flat. Follow her feed for perfect pastels and plenty of small-space decorating inspiration.

5. @houseoftuts

A residential interior designer at KLC School of Design by day, interiors-obsessed Hannah has used a calming palette of soft monochrome with chic pastel accents while renovating and styling her London home. With an eye for an upcycling project, Hannah showcases her decorating creativity with clever reveal videos on her grid, alongside handy tips to inspire your own schemes, on her @houseoftuts account.

Instagram interiors accounts to follow @houseoftuts

Photo: @houseoftuts

6. @our_home_in_colour

After moving into her family’s first home in Shropshire in February 2020, Mel started her @our_home_in_colour account to showcase the transition of her schemes from plain white to wow-factor colour – and we just love the Pinterest-inspired rainbow staircase where the journey began. Her decorating advice? Be brave – it’s only paint and can always be changed, so trust your instincts and spread joy through your home.


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7. @littlebristolterrace

Meg’s @littlebristolterrace is a small house with big ambition. Filled with pastel blues and pinks complemented by natural wood furnishings, find cleverly curated wall art, some enviable shelfie styling and plenty of greenery. Currently decorating her spare room-cum-home office, Meg loves accentuating original features with sympathetic yet modern décor – follow her feed for the results!

Instagram interiors accounts to follow @littlebristolterrace

Photo: @littlebristolterrace

8. @my_interior_motive

A self-confessed ‘mixamalist’, Ali began her @my_interior_motive account to showcase how she cleverly balances spending with saving for the interior choices in her Northern Ireland home. Teaming a boho-meets-rustic aesthetic with pops of her favourite yellow in every room, Ali shares handy decorating and upcycling how-tos on her grid, and we can’t wait to see the results of a hallway and stairs redesign this autumn.

9. @leopard_print_stairs

Encouraged by friends to start an account in lockdown, Laura has decorated her Victorian terrace in Worthing in a chic, pared-back style, teaming a muted colour palette with vintage finds and plenty of plants – and we just love the @leopard_print_stairs that anchor her home. Next up? Obsessed by the Hotel Les Deux Gares’ interiors in Paris, Laura has this vibe in mind for her bathroom makeover.

Instagram interiors accounts to follow @leopard_print_stairs

Photo: @leopard_print_stairs

10. @fi_at_number7

Fiona began documenting her decorating journey via @fi_at_number7 as a way for family and friends to sneak a peek inside her new home on the North East coast in lockdown – and has been having fun with dark and bold schemes ever since. With houseplants and DIY her simple pleasures, Fiona’s next focus is creating some large borders for fruit and veg on the front drive, taking her eye for colour outdoors.


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11. @thesmithinterior

Beginning her @thesmithinterior Insta account as a decorating diary of her Hampshire home, Nicola now loves the warm and friendly online community she’s become a part of – and we love her take on maximalism, a balancing act of carefully curated pieces, patterns and colours in a beautifully layered setting. Tiling her hall next, Nicola admits there’s a never-ending to-do list, but she wouldn’t have it any other way.

Instagram interiors accounts to follow @thesmithinterior

Photo: @thesmithinterior

12. @scandi_up_north

A fan of Swedish design since her teenage years when she’d visit her father working in Stockholm, Karen started showcasing her love of Scandinavian and Nordic interiors in lockdown as a way to de-stress from her job in IT. A muted palette of pale plaster and soft grey features in every room of Karen’s calming Lancashire home, teamed with timber accents, gallery walls and tactile fabrics for hygge heaven. Follow @scandi_up_north.


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13. @myhomeinthecity_

Theatre agent Simon moved into this stunning Manchester penthouse with partner Paul in December 2021, and while studying interior design in his spare time has let his creative juices flow. Simon’s account has evolved to include a Sourced by Me segment every Friday, helping followers find perfect pieces for their own home, so if you love luxury neutral styling, the beautifully curated @myhomeinthecity_ grid is for you.

Instagram interiors accounts to follow @myhomeinthecity_

Photo: @myhomeinthecity_

14. @thewhitehome

Peter and Damian had big plans for something unique when they began creating a Mediterranean-meets-Wabi Sabi vibe for @thewhitehome in Northern Ireland. With a self-confessed love of thrifting, Peter has achieved his ‘Natural Escapist’ look on a budget, using the beauty of raw materials and earth-toned layers while retaining his signature white backdrop. Prepare to be transported to a chic, relaxing grid…


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15. @thestylepad_UK

Louise Horton, or @thestylepad_UK, has a gorgeous account. It started as a way to express her interiors obsession, coinciding with renovating her first home. Her feed is always a pleasure to look through, and is filled with elegant, airy schemes and budget-savvy DIY updates. We can’t wait to see how Louise ‘pushes the boundaries’ with her new kitchen project – head over to her grid to follow its progress.

Wooden chair with white cushion and wicker basket with plants by the side, cream carpet and pink panelled doors

Photo: @thestylepad_UK

16. @21oakham

It was after her events company came to a standstill in the first lockdown that Becky Lane, or @21oakham began channelling her energies into her home. Amazingly, she has transformed it with clever hacks and budget-savvy decorating ideas. Having just moved to the Sussex countryside to start on a third reno project, Becky’s amazing kitchen makeover cost just £100!


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17. @ourwoodfield3storey

Vicky Thomas AKA @ourwoodfield3storey began documenting the makeover of her four-bedroom terrace in South Wales in 2019. Alongside her tradesman partner, she has been able to make her interiors ideas a reality, has been having fun styling their family home ever since. Mixing old with new, and with a great eye for an upcycle, Vicky adds pops of pale pink, plants and wood accents to each space, including in this dreamy wallpapered bathroom.

Freestanding bath in plant-filled bathroom with black tiled wall and black flooring, white shelving unit and plenty of houseplants

Photo: @ourwoodfield3storey

18. @HouseLust

Amanda Cotton is a fashion designer whose blog and business focus on her other love – interiors. Taking on a Victorian house renovation inspired her to create an online space to share the rooms she’s currently decorating; check out @HouseLust for dreamy ideas for your own abode.


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19. @the_pink_house_project

Moving into a deteriorating yet stunning 200-year-old pink Georgian house last year, Jess or @the_pink_house_project, wanted to share her makeover adventure on Insta. Her love of fashion has evolved into a passion for antique finds, maximalist wallpaper, and of course, pink… We can’t wait to see the finished result.

Pink units in kitchen with wooden flooring and pink kitchen island with gold taps and handles, and gold light fitting

Photo: @the_pink_house_project

20. @Design_at_Nineteen

Favouring fresh colour palettes, quirky patterned tiles and clever use of space, Londoner Justin Coakley has been putting his own stamp on his terraced home with some super-stylish results. As one of The Evening Standard’s top 20 renovation accounts and a Dulux ambassador, Justin’s @Design_at_Nineteen account is a great one to follow for infinite inspiration.

Don’t forget, you can also find plenty of interiors inspiration via the @goodhomesmag Instagram account:


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