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Social media is filled with the best interior designers to keep you in the loop with the most popular home decorating trends. Over the last year, we have spent a lot of time inside, so our homes deserve to be shaken up and reinvented. There’s no better place to begin your quest for decor ideas than scrolling through the feeds of inspiring interior designers: from established designers who boast household names to lesser-known decorators who won't remain under the radar for much longer.
Those of you who are addicted to social media know how well it fulfills your craving for #interiordesign. It offers a creative pick-me-up whenever you need it, and you stay up to date with all the latest furniture, decor, colours, and architecture.
Whether you’re into ultra-minimalist clean lines or all about bold, boho flair, these interior designers are bound to trigger a desire for a home refresh. Based all over the world — each has its unique style, but they've all got one thing in common: Their designs are sleek, gorgeous, and worthy of following. At the risk of spurring you to overhaul your space, ahead we're sharing the Interior Designers we're obsessing over in 2021.
One of our favourite designers is Studio McGee. If you have a "Dream Home" Pinterest board brimming with interior design aesthetics, chances are you've stumbled across a Studio McGee project without realising. Founded by Shea and Syd McGee, Studio McGee is an interior design firm with a light, bright aesthetic that has attracted a staggering 2.4m followers on Instagram.
As the interior designer in the duo, Shea has a phenomenal sense of style. Her signature style is so recognisable; classic but still refreshingly modern, yet each home has its unique feel. Balance is always found in a room designed by Studio McGee, and juxtaposing masculine and feminine details is a trend you will find throughout their projects. We also love how Shea incorporates many beautiful statement Persian and Oriental rugs into her decor, without overwhelming the interior space.
Filled with images flawlessly in line with their fresh, coastal interior style, Studio McGee’s Instagram is one to follow immediately. Whether they’re working on a new build, promoting their new merchandise, or sharing a favourite project by another designer - Lilla Rugs is sitting front row, and we don’t plan on moving any time soon!
Without further ado, here’s Dabito! He is the designer, DIYer, colour enthusiast, photographer, thrifter, plant lover, and blogger behind Old Brand New. Dabito’s posts will bring to your feed a mix of modern and antique pieces, as well as throwing a few DIY projects your way too.
There’s no doubt that you’ll get inspired on how to use intriguing furniture with geometric shapes and how to mix and match folk textiles. Honestly, mixing and matching has never looked this good!
Some of the most indelible interior/exterior spaces and DIYs we think about come from Dabito. Think jewel-toned prints and textures, houseplants galore, and a distinct light-filled, bohemian vibe to brighten up your feed. He is a passionate vintage hunter with endless boho inspiration for you to feast your eyes on.
We have selected a few Oriental rugs from our collection that we feel would pair nicely with Dabito's design aesthetic. Have a look below and let us know what you think!
If you follow stylist Emily Henderson on Instagram, you've probably familiarised yourself with Brady Tolbert's work. Brady is the former creative director of Emily Henderson and a real talent for striking the perfect balance between modern and traditional decor in any space. Since Brady is surrounded by beautiful interior decor daily, it’s no wonder he's become a passionate collector of vintage interior and design pieces.
In spaces filled with natural light, distinctive works of art, and an inspiring mix of modern and antique pieces, Brady uses Schoolhouse home goods to add a flare of heirloom Americana. With his experience in high-level architecture as well as interior design, Brady Tolbert has developed the tools—and the eye—to pull off interior decor which looks seemingly effortless.
Making a space feel striking, beautiful, and authentically livable is no small task. But Brady loves to wander around antique shops, thrift stores, and flea markets where he is always searching for the next great find. On the side, he runs his blog with some great interior inspiration, home makeovers, helpful D.I.Y tips, and openhearted stories from his day to day living. If you haven’t got Brady Tolbert on your list, you should pay him a visit on his Instagram and blog.
Marlene Zeiner Borthen curates spaces that feel artful yet livable. If you didn’t know she studied interior architecture before, you will once you see her Instagram account. With a feed that mixes real-life work with inspiration, we have been saving her posts obsessively ever since we stumbled across her.
If you're looking for interiors that are different from sources you're familiar with, this is it. Borthen’s account is thoughtfully and masterfully curated to display shapes and shadows in unique ways. Her feed shows quirky forms intertwined with a restrained, yet impactful use of colour and a relentlessly balanced approach to any space. Our Persian Overdyed Rug collection merges well with Marlene's modern spaces.
She posts a revolving door of projects bursting with refined home decor, each of which makes a bold case for simple minimalism. So, If you are drawn to minimalistic, modern spaces, you should be following this interior design instagram account. Turn your post notifications on for this one.