We all know the bright, transitional designs of Emily Henderson. We live for the plant-infused, bohemian spaces pictured on the Jungalow’s Instagram feed. But we’re always looking for new sources of inspiration, so we scoured and scrolled through the ‘gram to find the up and coming design stars that you should be following. Endless interior inspo awaits.
Run by a triple threat stylist, photographer, and blogger, Oleander and Palm’s Instagram feed is stocked with interior and lifestyle images that show a penchant for clean-lined modernism and Scandinavian design.
Seattle-based textile and interior design Brian Paquette has an incredible eye for minimalism. His feed is a lesson in restraint and we mean that in the best way possible.
This author and interior stylist posts a collection of chic spaces that have the highly coveted, California-boho, minimalist style down to a T.
If you have a thing for florals and traditional style gone a little glam, look no further than Caitlin Wilson. The textile, rug, wallpaper, and interior designer has a large following already, but we certainly haven’t seen enough of her bright take on traditional design.
You may recognize some of this LA-based Brit’s designs. And that might be because she’s one of the stylish brains behind the work of Emily Henderson’s firm. Ginny Macdonald does transitional like a master, mixing classic sensibilities with modern shapes and furnishings.
A renovation master with a knack for creating cozy, high-style spaces, Brett Foken is coming onto the scene with a bang. Get a taste of her aesthetic on her feed, and if you like her style, you can even work with her here!
Playful, colorful and filled with fun, this printmaker, interior designer, and blogger has a beautiful way of brightening homes.
SoCal-based Nicole Davis is a whiz when it comes to rustic modernism. Follow her for ocean views, stunning homes with natural touches, and lots of material mixing.
The woman who runs this magical feed is a foraging fanatic and a pro at pairing old and new. House of Hipsters is perfect for those with a love of all things vintage.
This rising design star posts everything from old buildings with tons of character to eclectic mantels decorated with taxidermy. We expect to see great things from Megan and her visually-stimulating Instagram feed in the future.
A husband-wife duo based in Santa Fe, French & French may be one of the cutest interior couples we’ve seen. Nominated for HGTV’s Fresh Faces of Design, the pair posts adorable photos of their kids and super cool spaces where pattern and color rule.
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