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19. Today, Studio McGhee (@studiomcgee) remains one of the leading innovators in the interior design industry.
After graduating from college with a degree in Communications, Shea quickly realized that design was not where her heart was. Hence, she switched gears and channeled her energy into remodeling their first home while documenting the results. In 2014, Shea and her husband Syd decided to launch their interior design firm with one directive in mind – to make life beautiful. The unstoppable duo has continued to grow and thrive in the interior design industry through social media. Today, the McGee’s continue to design homes across the country. With close to two million followers on Instagram, their multi-year partnership with Target for Threshold, and on their new Netflix series “Dream Home Makeover,” the McGee’s aren’t stopping anytime soon.
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They offer followers various design tips, including how to decorate for the holidays, how to hang lights, choose a side table, and even how to kid-proof your home. It’s effortless to recreate the McGee’s looks. You can purchase the majority of their exact home decor at your local Target with their Threshold line. When decorating for the holidays, start with the front door; choose a wreath and a ribbon. Next, move on to decorating the entry by setting the tone. Incorporate winter artwork and add greenery. Carrying your color palette into your gift-wrapping helps pull your look together and feel cohesive. Create a cozy living room space by adding ottomans to add extra seating; it will make your home feel comfortable. Shea suggests using your holiday ornaments as decorative objects. Try displaying them in a bowl as a playful way to incorporate them into your holiday looks.
18. Kelsey from Left and Level (@leftandlevel) is a Texas-based designer and engineer who strives to create a comfortable haven. Left and Level is focused on creating thoughtful, refreshing, functional spaces that everyone can enjoy.
Kelsey created Left and Level as a creative outlet to document the renovation of her fixer-upper. It quickly transformed to be so much more as Kelsey’s passion for interior design grew tremendously. With the theory that our environments profoundly impact our lives, Kelsey strives to create each space into the relaxing spot that you desire. With over 39,000 Instagram followers, Kelsey answers the tough questions to help you design the perfect space for you. One of the most common questions is how to refine your style as an adult and create a more sophisticated, put-together room. The first recommendation is to ditch the mini blinds. The windows and blinds are the eyebrows and hair of the house. Opt for some privacy shades or some sheer linen curtains that allows the daylight inside. The next piece of advice for recreating a sophisticated look is to understand that scale is everything.
From furniture to rugs, art, lighting, and accessories – having appropriately scaled pieces is one of the single most important ways to ensure a room creates a thoughtfully curated space versus a mishmash of disconnected parts. Some of Kelsey’s tips include not hanging artwork too high, choosing large frames, and making a statement with oversized art. In some cases, bigger is truly better, and though larger pieces may cost a little extra, they are well worth the extra bucks to make an impressive statement.
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To create that sophisticated look, narrow down your favorite colors and work with a limited palette. If you love a large, colorful statement piece, try to create some balance by keeping most of the other large items neutral so your statement piece can shine. The last word of advice to recreate the sophisticated, adult look is to simplify. The trick is to keep collected pieces in defined groups rather than scattering them throughout the house. If you struggle with over-accessorizing, group the collections by color to help create uniformity between objects.
17. Kristin Jackson, the Editor and Hostess in Chief of Hunter Interior (@hunted_interior), loves sharing home decor tips, DIY projects, and ideas to make your life and home beautiful.
Hunted Interior was founded in the summer of 2011. It was created to inspire followers on hunting for their own unique style and how to accomplish it on any budget. With over 100,000 Instagram followers and being chosen by both Better Homes and Garden and Domino Magazine as one of the top decor blogs to follow, Hunted Interior strives to provide original content to my followers through room makeovers and client projects, DIY decor ideas, and exciting brand collaborations. Kristin tackles a variety of projects from hallways, stair rails, built-ins, and moulding. Hunted Interior has a plethora of home design tips and tricks and a large variety of DIY projects you can tackle at home.
With so many people working at home, one of Kristin’s favorite DIY projects is a farmhouse desk. A real-life, adult size work surface in your home! Like most DIY projects, the desk begins with a quick sketch that provides a constant reminder to finish the project! Kristin started with a butcher’s block table and used the desk’s legs because they were the perfect height.
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To build the top, you can purchase two 1 x 12’s cut to 48” at Home Depot. You have your choice of wood, but oak is recommended. To attach the wood pieces, cut some scrap wood to use as braces. The trim was then secured by using liquid nails and some small nails. Finally, the legs were connected using the original hardware that came with the butcher block table. After sanding, use a conditioner to prep the wood for an even stain. Finish the top with a finishing wax, and you’re all set! Hunt your house with an open mind because you never know what objects can be transformed.
16. House of Jade (@houseofjadeinteriors) seeks to enhance your quality of life through inspirational, purposeful, and attainable design.
Founders and principal designers Erin and Kristen are known for creating a functional, beautiful, and timeless design. The dynamic duo created a thoughtfully curated collection filled only with items they would personally use in their homes and projects. Erin and Kristen understand the powerful transformation of a few high-quality pieces and how it can bring an update to a space. Sometimes the smallest things can make the biggest impacts. With over 200,000 followers on Instagram, House of Jade offers a variety of services.
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Local design is available where Erin and Kristen meet clients in person to create something exceptional. They can assist with anything as small as a furniture refresh to something as large-scale as helping start to finish with the build of your new home. While they operate in Utah, they also offer remote designs to clients all over the country. For remodels and new builds outside of Utah, their unique remote design process allows for a next-door feel from start to finish.
Sometimes you may feel confident starting a project but just need a little bit of guidance to bring your exact vision to life. Their e-design package is ideal for someone who likes a hands-on approach. Whether you are local or remote, Erin and Kristen will spend time understanding all of your hopes and dreams for your new space. They can provide a floor layout, color scheme, and a shopping list. In other words, all of the tools you will need to make your room look fabulous. House of Jade has grown tremendously over the years and are committed to giving their clients designers they can trust. Erin and Kristen take great pride in being exceptional listeners and helping each client create the space they will love for years to come.
15. Park & Oak interior design (@parkandoakdesign) is known for creating homes that are not only visually stunning but also functional and comfortable.
Founded in 2015, Christina Samatas and Renee DiSanto are driven by the belief that design can be used to create feelings of comfort and happiness. They work to combine the best of their aesthetics for a unique look. Christina and Renee have extremely creative energy, making them great working partners. Working collaboratively with each client, they can create spaces that thoughtfully honor the spirit and traditions of their owners. The duo works on new construction, renovation, and furnishing projects throughout the United States. No project is too big or too small for this established team. With 175,000 Instagram followers, Christina and Renee have accomplished refining every space, including kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms, and living rooms.
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Like many others, Christina and Renee live for neutral colors. Neutral doesn’t have to mean boring. The key to avoiding an underwhelming wash of beige is high-quality items, lots of rich texture, and a touch of restraint. The calmness of neutral colors can highlight aspects that might otherwise get lost in a more loudly designed environment. Start with your wall color and then layer in natural textures like copper, jute, and gorgeous grained wood. Then add some color with carefully selected art and greenery that will bring it all to life. Incorporate impressive materials like glossy marble and rustic woods.
A neutral room creates a sophisticated aesthetic that never tries too hard. Instead, it accentuates rich textures and makes color pop while also creating an organic and polished look. Transform each room by incorporating neutral colors that help your home flow from one place to the next. The neutral colors also provide a calming environment that will be an oasis after a long day.
14. A California native, Orlando Soria, has been a staple of the design community for more than a decade.
After growing up in Yosemite National Park, Orlando Soria moved to the East Coast for college. Eventually, he moved back to the West Coast, where his career in design began. His big break into the world of HGTV and interior design started when he was hired as an assistant on an HGTV series. Since then, he has continued to thrive, operating his own design firm, creating a blog, writing a book, and filming two seasons of his own HGTV show, Build Me Up. Orlando comes from a Fine Arts background and inspires all of his projects with his life-long understanding of composition, color, and materials. Designing spaces have come naturally to Orlando.
With a lifetime of experimentation and creativity under his belt, Orlando founded a full-service design studio in 2012. His current focus is on residential clients in Southern California. Recently, Orlando has launched E-Design, which makes his interior design services available to clients across the country. Orlando offers his 174,000 Instagram followers access to not only his HGTV projects but also DIY projects. Orlando’s show, Build Me Up, became a show that is all about tackling difficult life transitions and using the healing power of interior design to help people move into new life chapters. To help make each space unique, lifelong artist and maker Orlando has created some home decor items that you can easily add to your area to recreate his inspiring looks. Designed by Orlando is made in California with sustainably-sourced materials. Each piece will add beauty and joy to your space and life.
13. Alexander Design is a globally-recognized Los Angeles-based interior design firm specializing in residential, retail, and hospitality environments.
Founded by design principal Vanessa Alexander, this globally-recognized company is a creative team dedicated to creating holistic spaces informed by each clients’ visions, lifestyles, and stories. Their multidisciplinary services range from concept to move in, from ground-up construction and full build-outs to creating custom design elements from lighting to staircases. They aspire to create great spaces and produce highly attuned experiences to each clients’ individuality through comprehensive design. Whether residential or commercial, each project is approached with a unique understanding of the logistical rhythm of a space. Valued a lasting impact over trend, Alexander Design’s signature aesthetic blends global influences with California living.
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Alexander Design’s style employs a blend of contemporary lines with earthy textures fused with vintage pieces from various periods. It results in a layered look, rich in texture and influence, yet completely livable. Influence is drawn first and foremost from context and surroundings. The theory is that a successful project comes from a harmonious relationship between architecture, design, and landscape. Above all else, the creative team advocates for their clients, most of whom have become repeat customers and great friends.
This work has been published in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, as well as in titles in Asia, Europe, and South America. With just over 34,000 followers on Instagram, Alexander Design’s clients range from the lawyers and agents of Hollywood’s elite to celebrity chefs and high net worth financiers. Some of their hospitality projects include the acclaimed Malibu Farms, a restaurant series that is native to California with new locations opening in New York City and Tokyo.
12. Kate Marker Interiors creates a classic interior with a fresh modern feel.
Kate Marker Interiors began in an upstairs home office in 2007. By 2012, founder Kate Marker opened her first studio right in the heart of downtown Barrington, Illinois. Five years later, Kate and her team have continued to expand and move to a larger showroom nearby. An artist at heart, Kate began her design career by studying Fine Arts followed by Interior Design. Since launching in 2007, Kate Marker and her team have accumulated extensive working knowledge on a broad range of projects.
She understands the importance of collaboration between the architect, builder, and designer. In doing so, she has been able to build solid relationships. Kate’s passion for design and ability to understand each client’s specific style while also weaving in the fresh, clean Kate Marker Interiors look. The result is a home that is not only inviting and approachable but, most importantly, feels like home.
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With a whopping 333,000 Instagram followers, Kate Marker Interiors has reached a considerable mass of people around the world. Since relocating, Kate’s expanded showroom features furniture vignettes, complete with lighting, rugs, and accessories, in addition to being a full-service design studio. The majority of items on Instagram can be ordered through Kate Markers Interiors so that you can recreate Kate’s exact look in your own home. The company is eager to travel and get to know clients in different areas. However, there are a limited number of out-of-area projects if the scope and timing are a good fit. As a full-service design team, Kate Markers Interior typically requests that projects include three or more rooms with furnishings, flooring finishes, lighting, and accessories.
11. Nicole Davis Interiors’ goal is to create a modern sanctuary for each client.
Based in Orange County, California, Nicole has extensive knowledge training in construction and design. She welcomes projects that range anywhere from ground-up building to small room renovations. No project is too big or too small for Nicole Davis Interiors. Her design firm strongly believes in delivering each client quality interiors that transition houses into homes where beautiful memories are created to last a lifetime. With over 100,000 Instagram followers, Nicole shares project updates, her favorite concepts, and also how to recreate particular looks at home. One of her favorite transformations is a modern kitchen upgrade by utilizing bright white and brass.
Nicole’s young, hip clients asked the team to create a light and bright space that would be beautiful and practical. The kitchen is the center of the home and gets used a lot by the whole family. Nicole Davis Interior’s decide to choose worry-free finishes that work well with their lifestyle and look grown-up and pulled together. The design team opted to upgrade the existing kitchen with a marble waterfall island, white floating shelves, and lots of textural wood accents. Finding the right cabinet pulls and the perfect faucet finish was an essential part of removing the kitchen together. The team chose a unique kitchen faucet in a champagne bronze color. It added the perfect mix of modern warmth and clean lines. The kitchen was well-loved by the clients and proof that a few simple changes can transform a space from drab to fab!
10. Grey and Scout (@greyandscout) offers clients interior styling and sourcing.
Founder Liz Bachman began staging homes for sale in the Denver, Colorado area in 2010. Soon after she started blogging, this designer wanted to create a space to file all of her projects and inspiration. By 2011, staging homes had become a full-time job, and although she enjoyed it, Liz truly wanted to have more creative freedom. To do this, Liz leaped and created her own styling business with Grey and Scout. In the last six years, she has been fortunate to connect with wonderful clients and collaborate with incredibly talented individuals. No project is too big or too small for Liz and her team. Their next venture is renovating their 1950’s mid-century modern home in the city. Her Instagram is full of inspiration for whatever project you are looking to tackle.
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When beginning a project, Liz creates a concept board for each room to ensure everyone is on the same page from the beginning. The theory is that when starting a project, it helps to have a clear understanding of the bigger picture. Grey and Scout’s style is very neutral and fresh. Light, airy, neutral colors help to brighten and open up space. Another key to creating and refining a room is to minimize clutter. Remove any furniture or items that are not necessary. Limiting the number of items in an area can help create that fresh vibe.
Incorporate some wood finishes to pop and add texture to the room. That can be through wood beams on the ceilings or by a unique table. If you find an item or color on Grey and Scout’s Instagram page that resonates with you, just comment on the individual post, and Liz will help provide you with either the link or where to find it so that you can recreate the looks in your own home.
9. Anna Bode is the only full-service interior design firm in Denver, Colorado, specializing in both environmentally and socially-conscious interiors that tell stories.
Known for their carefully curated, organic, and modern style, Anna Bode Interior Design has been highly published. Founder, Anna Smith, has been repeatedly recognized for changing the interior design industry and the Denver design scene for the better. The team’s top priority is their client’s happiness. From vintage thrift store finds to one-of-a-kind artisan-made objects, Anna Bode helps each client collect pieces that match their desired aesthetic while supporting the Colorado economy. The team also sources the latest fair-trade, socially responsible goods from their growing list of reputable vendors. The team is particularly intrigued by older homes as they inherently come with a story to tell.
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Anna Bode Interior Design offers a multitude of services to its clients. The first service is a two-hour consultation. This service is typically utilized at the start of a larger project, or it could be a single consultation that leads you toward achieving your own unique goals. The team answers questions to your most pressing design dilemmas; they offer professional recommendations for furniture and decor along with furniture layouts that optimize function.
The next service includes styling packages where Anna Bode will help each client source up an existing space or put the finishing touches on a new one. You will receive information on the styling of surfaces and furniture with what you already own. You’ll also receive styling of the team’s favorite sustainable products and vintage finds that have been hand-picked just for you. The last offered service is a full-service experience. This service is ideal for clients who don’t have the time to attend to every detail. No worries – the team will handle it all for you! You’ll receive on-site measurements, photos, and scheduling. Not only that, but you will get sourcing, selection, delivery, and installation of all furniture and styling. Every full-service design project is unique to each client.
8. Undecorated Home is a home design account with almost 175,000 Instagram followers that focuses on finding the right combination of thrift, vintage, and brand new pieces for each client.
This Instagram account, Undecorated Home, is founded by Megan Schlachtenhaufen, a self-proclaimed design addict, DIYer, and green thumb. Her love for interior design started with her family. Her grandparents owned an antique store, her grandmother was an artist, and her mom brought color into her life with wallpaper and splatter painted walls. Undecorated Home’s Instagram was started a few years ago to share her current house projects. Since then, it has quickly grown to a following of 173,000 followers. If you choose to follow Undecorated Home on Instagram, you will have access to a plethora of home inspiration for each room in your home. You will also find the links to items you can purchase to create the account inspired decor in your own home.
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Besides an incredible amount of home decor inspiration, you will also find step-by-step tutorials on DIY projects such as concrete. You will be able to see the products that Megan chooses. As a follower, you will have direct access to Undecorated Home’s bog that directly links to items in each of the rooms in Megan’s home. Everything is categorized. You will find photos, paint colors, and all of the linked sources so you can purchase the same items to incorporate into your own home. Not only does Undecorated Home’s account provide indoor home design decor inspiration, but you will also have access to outdoor space inspiration. A fresh, natural style is utilized. You will have the easy ability to swipe up on each piece of furniture and decor to be taken directly to the manufacturer’s website.
7. Juniper Home’s mission is to provide daily tutorials, ideas, and products that inspire you to make your home a more beautiful and unique space, no matter the size of your budget.
Founder and Creative Director of Juniper Home, Jenny Komenda is a Phoenix-based interior media and products company. Since 2007, Jenny has been sharing her favorite products, ideas, and projects. Her interior design work and home products have been featured in publications ranging from House Beautiful and HGTV to Vogue and The Wall Street Journal. She was also dubbed the reigning queen of accessible design by Better Homes and Gardens. A well established interior designer, Jenny’s goal is to be your go-to source for design problem solving. Recently, although it was not an easy choice, Jenny and the Juniper Team chose to step away from client work to better focus on growing their home rehab and products business. They hope their ideas and products shared on Instagram will give you the confidence to tackle some of your own design projects.
In addition to sharing ideas, projects, and products of the beautiful homes Juniper Home is rehabbing and decorating in Jenny’s hometown of Mesa, Arizona, they also sell beautiful and affordable art prints. You can purchase the art prints at Juniper Print Shop. You can also purchase gorgeous oversized lumbar pillows that are carefully made by Jenny’s design team. As a follower, you can utilize Juniper Home’s ‘Shop Our Finds’ feature, so you don’t have to curate the internet daily. These fantastic, easily-accessible resources allow you to style your home and recreate Jenny’s beautiful ideas and creations in your home.
6. Emily Henderson is an interior home designer and a New York Times bestselling author.
Emily’s Instagram will offer you a variety of home designs and decor inspiration for every room in your house. By following Emily, you will learn how to style certain areas of your home, style for certain occasions, and basic design tips. You can learn how to recreate designs based on any budget that you have. If you are interested in sprucing your hallway, one quick and straightforward way to do so is to display family photos. It’s the little things that make your house a home. Family photos are one of the easiest ways to add a touch of hominess to your space. For starters, candid, fun family photos are the best to bring energy and life into your hope. Not to mention, they capture the essence of the individuals who live there.
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When you are at your house, go big or go home. Choose one big photo with a more scenic family photo from a particular moment in time. Now, the key is to balance it with smaller photos that have varying photo frame sizes. In this phase, less is more. By incorporating smaller family photos and variable standing frames, you can bring in more visual interest. That is an excellent time to experiment and play around with frames in all shapes, sizes, and materials.
On the other hand, if you want a more simple option, you can choose to use all the same frames. If you decide to go this route, the key is to make sure your photos are either all in black and white or all in color, as this will make the wall look cohesive. By following Emily on Instagram, you cannot only home decor ideas but also styling ideas such as incorporating family photos on your wall or transforming a space with some budget-friendly paint tips.
5. Wit and Delight (@witanddelight_) is a lifestyle Instagram account with a wide variety of home decor inspiration.
Kate Arends started Wit and Delight when she was not sure how she would pay her bills. It was created as a safety net that turned out to be an entirely new career path. A designer by trade and a self-taught writer, Kate has a healthy appetite for cheese, leaps of faith, and good conversation. Over the years, Wit and Delight has become a resource for others to feel less alone in the ups and downs of their journey through life. Wit and Delight bring their mission to life through products, experiences, and visual content.
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The team strives to create useful, accessible, and beautiful products that live in harmony with each customer’s lifestyle. The design process is founded on collaboration, not just amongst themselves, but with real-time feedback from product users. Kate’s company is more than a lifestyle brand. Instead, it is operated as an agency of women who provide data-driven creative consulting, design, creative direction, product design, and video for brands and businesses, both large and small. Kate understands that each client is exceptionally unique, and their wants and desires will differ.
Wit and Delight has completed various product collaborations with a variety of highly reputable brands, including West Elm. Wit and Delight offers a multitude of studio services. Some of these services include creative direction, product design, content creation, design and illustration, styling, interiors, and events. Kate’s design process involves starting with word associations to develop a conceptual framework to guide design choices. There are not as many big decisions to make by working with a select palette of colors and materials. Kate’s advice on home decor design is to remove the pressure to create something unique every single time. Take the time and effort for your creative breakthroughs to happen.
4. Laurel and Wolf (@laurelandwolf) is an online interior design service that transforms the way people live, one space at a time, through the power of incredible design. .
With almost 70,000 followers on Instagram, Laurel and Wolf offers home decor design inspiration through photos, furniture, and decor items. To get started and collaborate with an online designer from the team, you can share your photos and inspiration in addition to the things you currently have and want to keep so that the designers can best match you with the perfect designer for your space, style, and budget. You will see your area transformed online and then collaborate to share what you like and dislike. The designer will swap out items until your room is perfect. After you receive your final design, a curated shopping list of products can be purchased at an exclusive discount via Laurel and Wolf’s trade partnerships.
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There are three design packages offered to clients. The first is a classic curation service that is used for building your dream space. You’ll discover the perfect balance between working with a designer and the flexibility to try out design ideas on your own. You’ll receive one on one time via email with a designer and a final design with a shopping list, and access to exclusive discounts with their furniture retailer partners. The second package includes a premium curation service to fill your space with pieces you love. You’ll be able to collaborate with an expert designer to bring the room of your dreams to life. In addition to the one on one time via email with your designer and final design list, you will also receive a custom floor plan for each room.
The third package that is offered is a luxe custom design service. Get the VIP treatment and end-to-end support for your design project. The complete interior design experience is virtual. Whether you need assistance choosing flooring, countertops, wallpapers, or custom-built furniture, this is the package for you. This package offers unlimited revisions within the 10 hours allocated.
3. Located in Los Angeles, Brady Tolbert (@bradytolbert) offers inspiration for every space in your home, from kitchens to living spaces.
Although born in Utah, Brady has been calling Los Angeles home for the last seven years. From a very young age, Brady paid too close attention to design in a way that most people don’t quite understand. His home design career began as an intern in Washington, D.C., and then from there moved to Los Angeles to pursue his passion. Brady worked as the Editorial and Creative Director for Emily Henderson before transitioning to the Creative Director at Bobby Berk in the city that continues to fuel his passion. His home decor style is simple, clean, and fresh. This home decor account is full of tips and tricks that every follower can utilize in their own homes. You’ll be able to see before and after images of kitchen and bathroom designs.
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Brady Tolbert has been featured in various magazines, including Elle Decor, House Beautiful, and Better Homes and Garden. One of the popular items and tutorials is the DIY headboard project. Transforming your headboard is a simple and easy way to spruce up your bedroom and upgrade it without spending too much. Brady walks the followers through the process and what is needed. To transform your headboard, you will need fabric, scissors, wood, staple gun, wood screws, drill, strap tie, batting, half-round foam, and angle bracket. If you prefer to recreate Brady’s exact look, including the channel-tufted panels, he walks you through each step to do so. To finalize the fresh, clean bedroom look, add some light neutral colored linen bedding. Add a waffle throw to add a soft and cozy element and create a slight texture.
2. @place_ofmy_taste is a home decor design account that offers inspiration for indoor and outdoor spaces.
Aniko is a passionate photographer, artist, and dreamer. Created in 2013, Place of my Taste was started to keep all of Aniko’s projects and ideas in one place and offer it to others as a source of inspiration for their own homes and projects. Place of my Taste has been featured in Country Living, Good Housekeeping, and Better Homes and Garden. Place of my Taste offers instructions for a multitude of DIY projects so that you can create and incorporate new pieces into your own home. All of the projects listed are beginner levels, so there is no worry if this is your first time. They can be completed without crazy advanced tools or skills.
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Enjoy making a wood planter, concrete vase, picture frames, or pillows. Aniko’s priority is to deliver the vision that each client has. Besides, she strives to incorporate both love and personality into each room or space. It is essential to get home after a long day and enjoy our home and atmosphere. Although each client’s budget will differ, there are plenty of ways to transform your space. Perhaps you don’t want to invest in lots of new furniture, such as a couch, and are looking to maximize your budget by adding smaller pieces to bring your space back to life.
Aniko will start with an initial consultation and then provide each client with three mood boards based on their request and Aniko’s ideas. The next step is working together to find pieces that will transform the space and align with the vision. You can try adding a few greens, whether real or faux, to help make the room feel airy and bring in some life.
1. With over 723,000 Instagram followers, Lulu and Georgia (@luluandgeorgia) designs and curates the best interiors to inspire your home.
Lulu and Georgia founder Sara was raised in a family business that glamorized houses, hotels, and other residences worldwide since 1955. As a young woman surrounded by pioneers in the interior design scene, starting her own home decor company was a big deal. The team of designers stays far ahead of trends and on top of what is happening in the industry. That way, they can bring each client and follower the best and latest furniture, home access, and furnishings. That includes exclusive styles that you won’t find anywhere else. What makes this home decor account unique is that their buyers travel the globe to find one-of-a-kind vintage and found items. Every follower will have access to endless inspiration that will allow them to take the dream room they have created on their Pinterest board and make it a reality.
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By following Lulu and Georgia on Instagram, followers will read on the top design tips and advice. Sara shares her favorite styling pieces. When styling a room, there are certain go-to pieces that she just cannot go without. These include a stack of coffee table books, a low bowl, and a touch of greenery. Accessories and decor are the finishing touches to any space and can transform a blah space into beautiful minutes.
A low bowl is a perfect piece next to (or on top of) a stack of books on a coffee table. It also doubles as a catch-all for keys, matchbooks, and various odds-and-ends. If you’re seeking pieces to revamp your bedroom or living room, try incorporating a vintage pillow. With a unique pattern and texture, it is a great and simple way to play up a room’s personality. The majority of the items displayed on Lulu and Georgia’s Instagram is available for purchase so you can recreate each look down to the smallest detail.