6 Interior Designers You Should Follow on Instagram

August 26, 2020

Need a bit of design inspiration to spice up your home décor? Look no further than Instagram! The popular app has given light to thousands of interior designers with pages full of inpso for every style.

Here’s our list of six interior designers you should be following:

1. Forbes Master — @Forbesmaster

Hailing from Atlanta, Tavia Forbes and Monet Masters make up this design duo. Specializing in full-service interior design, their Instagram feed takes you behind the scenes to show the before, during, and after shots of their design successes.

2. Michelle Gerson Interiors — @MichelleGersonInteriors

Michelle is an NYC-based designer and a bespoke furniture designer. If you have a weakness for wow-worthy furniture pieces and stunning marbles, her feed is for you!

3. Glass House Interior  — @Glasshouseinterior

Glass House Interior is spearheaded by founder and creative director, Marissa Nelums. Taking on clients all around the US, this firm is known for its use of rich material and textures with a splash of vibrant colors.

4. Anthony Dunning — @Anthonydunning

T-Haven Design is an interior design and home staging firm that’s influenced by history and the future alike. On this Instagram feed, art-lovers can rejoice as splashy pieces uplift each space.

5. LH. Designs — @lhdesigned

Clean lines and subtle pops of color create the defining aesthetic of LH Designs. With residents on both coasts, this design firm can take on outdoor spaces just as well as indoors.

6. Brenda Thompson — @houselitdesign

We couldn’t forget about our modern farmhouse lovers. Taking on the latest home décor trend is Brenda Thompson of House Lit Design. Her Instagram feed is a neutral-toned dream featuring earthy designs that are simple yet breathtaking.

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