In the spirit of the holidays, we’re not only sharing food but the designers that inspire us.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and we wanted to take the time to recognize a few of our favorite interior design accounts to follow on social media this week!
Ever come across a feed that looks like it’s straight out of a catalog? That’s Erica’s feed! You can swipe through before and afters to see her personal projects transform from dated to dashing. When it comes to design styles, Erica doesn’t have a favorite. She’s a lover of all trends, but there’s no denying that as soon as colors are involved, grey is at the top of her list!
This account is just as the name sounds, a beach house in a french country style! You’ll never fall short of farmhouse decor following @frenchcoastalhome. Maybe it’ll even inspire you to move to Sea Bright, New Jersey! No matter where you live or travel, you can always rely on account manager, Gladys, to source her finds and sneak in some discount codes for all the bargain shoppers out there!
Are you a lover of mood boards and designing on a budget? You have to check out Alexis’ Instagram! For Alexis (Lexi), her passion for design started at a young age when she found herself rearranging the living room and bringing a vision to life. Now, she loves to incorporate accent pieces and vintage finds in her designs with the money saved from staple items, teaching us where and when to splurge!
Kansas City, need a local interior designer to follow? Not a KC resident but want an out-of-state designer to follow? Well you’re in luck! Tara Atkins’ account never falls short of fun. From DIY’s to fully furnished 3D renderings, there are no surprises here when it comes to finished design. Be inspired by her projects and her personal adventures, from thrifting to tiny house living.
New England based interior designer, Natasha (Tasha) Young, followed her inner designer not too long ago, proving that it’s never too late to do what you love. Tasha’s style is the epitome of hygge, a Norweigan word describing the extent and quality of comfort in a home. Hygge elicits a feeling of greater well-being, and who doesn’t want to call their home their happy place?
Grace, as in @gracefulfarmhouse, brings all things home and garden to you. Lover of design and decor, Grace discovered home blogs back in 2012, and it wasn’t until 2014 that she started her own (Graceful Farmhouse). Since then, she’s shared the beauty of antiques and the importance of decor in a home. Her feed is a breath of fresh air and even comes complete with a website for further inspiration. Whether in need of decor, recipes, or just in the mood for crafts, be sure to follow @gracefulfarmhouse this holiday season!