Top Interior Designers You Should Follow on Instagram

 

Top Interior Designers You Should Follow on Instagram

by Yaren Arbak

We can all admit the immisable power of Instagram in our lives most especially in the last quarter of 21st Century. Who remembers the old version in the first days? Which Instagram filter was your favourite by the time when ”selfie” craziness come up? Do you remember the time you used Instagram with borders? Well, we do not and it feels like those days are far gone by now. In very recent years, Instagram become a game changer and extended its’ borders towards marketing and advertisement which is surely transformed users’ preferences to have an account. Instagram is now more than just social network for individuals but it’s a pool of small to larger business owners, designers and entrepreneurs.

 

One upgrade after an other, one story after story and each double-tap changed Instagram which become societies’ number one app. To speak with numbers, the platform gets 4.2 billion likes per day. Considering users have to double tap photos on the app to give them a like, that’s about 8.4 billion taps per day! Instagram has the highest engagement rate of all platforms, at about 2-7% of all posts. Incredible right?

We dig deep into our most popular platform social media for you and we found top interior designers you should follow on Instagram. These interior design accounts below will give you sense of inspiration for your taste of design. Scroll below and hit that #follow button.

# 1 Classy Lines 

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Interior designer Sara Gilbane is based in Manhattan, New York City. She is best know for her traditional and figurative style with unique modern twists. We would say that she is a source of inspiration to have classy & vibrant choices.

# 2 Minimalistic Touches

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Once again straight from the heart of NYC Emily Henderson who’s strong follower and creator of fashion blogs, celebrity blogger and as well as interior design ideas for homes and offices. Trend haunters may have been familiar with rising minimalistic 2019 trends. If you haven’t done so, we would say Emily H. should be on your followings as a designer that feeds from simplicity; from natural wooded furnitures to minimalistic touches of decor.

# 3 Vibrant Elegancy

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Interior designer and tastemaker Corey Damen Jenkins mixes vibrant colors layered patterns to create spaces that are at once elegant, inventive and timeless. He owns his own brand called Hudson Valley Lighting. He sees decorative lighting as the jewelry of space that either makes or breaks the space.

# 4 Uniqueness…

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Sasha Bikoff is known for her balanced understanding of design, flawless execution, and technical knowhow sculpted from her vast worldly exploits and experiences. Bikoff’s style is heavily influenced by the multicultural flavours of her hometown, New York City, and from her experiences traveling abroad. She is definitely one of the top interior designers that should appear in your feed. Source of inspiration and creativity!

# 5 Arbiter Of Taste

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“I design in a very abstract way. I usually ask people what their favorite scent is or what their favorite flower is. I’m more interested in what moves people’s senses than putting a bunch of samples on a board.” — Ryan Korban

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