11 Must Follow Designers on Instagram
We asked this question to our senior product designer, James Thomas, who has been keeping an eye out for new influencers. If you remember our blog round up of James’ interview with Casual Living, you’ll know that he finds inspiration everywhere – in art, architecture, furniture, fashion, and the list goes on. You can read more about James’ work routine, the process for product design and development and work/life balance here.
Calling all minimalists! With an emphasis on clean and uncluttered spaces, Cashmere Milk’s images feature varying shades of white and neutrals for the backdrop of many rooms.
If you’re on the hunt for what’s new and trending in luxury home design, MartynWhite Designs is a must follow!
From sculptures to furniture and events to showrooms, @thefutureperfect brings unique perspectives to all the elements that create experiences for an interior designer.
This 28 year-old interior designer’s feed is full of sophisticated spaces marked by unique shapes, artwork and antiques – inspiration for anyone with a refined taste.
Product developer and digital curator Tom Matosin posts only the dreamiest of luxury homes that we all wish we could afford. Follow along to see more stunning spaces.
A healthy mix of travel, fashion and interior design inspiration makes Nest Together a fresh, eclectic feed to follow.
If striking luxury design is your jam, this account is for you! Get your fill of rich textures, patterns, textiles and furniture right here.
According to her website bio, Kate created Wit and Delight to discover how style fit into her life. This endeavor has led to a crowd of fans, partnerships with Target, 3M, Fossil and more. Get ready to double-tap for fresh spaces, rich textures and quirky yet simplistic design.
Despite a calm and neutral color scheme, you can expect to be blown away by the creations of these Australian designers and architects.
With a feed full of hanging greenery and white simplicity – plus a recent (and stunning) trip to Greece, this is a must-follow account for minimalists.
Their bio says it best: “artists and designers we admire, places that inspire” – this is what you can expect as a follower of Studio O + A. Their passion is rethinking the modern workspace, and it shows here.