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10 Best Interior Design Instagram Accounts to Follow in 2023

by DecorMatters|Mar 30, 2023

For those of you looking to spruce up your current living space, Instagram is the ultimate way to get your creative juices flowing. Following interior designers opens up a whole world of interior design inspo, from jaw-dropping rooms to brilliant DIY home decor ideas.

We compiled a list of the top 10 interior design accounts to follow in 2023. Read our 2024 roundup as well. From established designers to up-and-coming influencers, these accounts offer a wide range of styles, ideas, and perspectives to elevate your interior design game.

Kelsey McGregor @kelseyleighdesignco

Kelsey McGregor is an Oklahoma City-based interior designer and founder of Kelsey Leigh Design Co., an award-winning interior design firm of 10 women and counting that serves clients nationwide. She’s also been featured in established publications such as Magnolia Journal, Rue Magazine, and House Beautiful.

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📸: @kelseyleighdesignco

Kelsey's style is a wonderful blend of warm, modern, and vintage, and she’s the perfect example of how to mix and match different design elements to bring out texture, layers, and personality.

Kelsey puts an emphasis on creating spaces that are comfortable and practical for families. “It’s about sharing the history and values of a family and leaving the book open for more to be written.” We love the fresh aesthetic she brings to our Instagram feeds.

Emily Henderson @em_henderson 

Emily Henderson is a renowned interior designer, stylist, author, and TV host who is well-known for neutral colors, vibrant pops, and stylish pieces of furniture. With that being said, Emily is constantly challenging the norm, pushing her audience to try new things, and is huge on personality-driven design.

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📸: @em_henderson

As she says, “Be the weird person. Be the interesting person, the person that sometimes says inappropriate things or laughs too loud at jokes, and have your home reflect who you are.”

With over a decade of experience in the industry, she has become a household name in the world of interior design. Her work has been featured in Architectural Digest, New York Times, and HGTV Magazine, among others.

If you're looking for interior design inspiration, Emily Henderson's Instagram account is a must-follow. She shares everything from bold and colorful room makeovers to practical design advice and DIY projects. In addition to her Instagram, Emily’s blog, Style by Emily Henderson, showcases her design projects, fashion, life, and everything in between.

Kate Chipinski @katechipinski

Kate Chipinski is a mother of two, and an eco-friendly, DIY home renovator and stylist based in Minnesota. What makes Kate stand out from the rest is her emphasis on sustainability and bringing the outdoors inside.

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📸: @katechipinski

When renovating spaces, Kate often looks for vintage or used furniture items that can be spruced up and given life again. Leftover pieces are either donated or listed for free on Facebook Marketplace. Her DIY projects and home makeovers are not only beautiful but inspire you to reduce your waste and footprint on the world.

For those looking to decorate on a budget, Kate is a great source of inspiration. "I feel like people can relate to my house more than a mansion," she says. "It's attainable, affordable."

Kate's work has been featured in top publications such as Apartment Therapy and Star Tribune, among others. She’s a down-to-earth designer who understands the importance of connecting with nature, and we highly recommend following her on Instagram.

Jan Skácelík @restyleart

Jan Skácelík, also known by his Instagram handle @restyleart, is a Czech graphic designer, painter, and interior design addict. With a background in graphic design, he’s turned his passion for art into a business with a successful line of prints and paintings. His artwork is known to breathe life into spaces with geometric and organic shapes combined with vibrant and pastel colors.

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📸: @restyleart

For the art enthusiasts looking for inspiration on how to create a sustainable and stylish home, Jan Skácelík is a must-follow due to his amazing creativity. His feed is filled with stunning rooms, vintage rugs, soft colors, soothing shapes, and a mix of both classic and contemporary pieces.

Drew Michael Scott @lonefoxhome

Drew Michael Scott is a fresh talent that rose to popularity after starting his YouTube channel a few years ago, Lone Fox. The fashion school graduate took his eye for design, DIY, and crafts, into the home space and now has over 1.6 million subscribers. Through entertaining videos showing apartment makeovers, organization tips, and DIY hacks, Drew has grown his following by providing affordable, achievable, and realistic renovation projects and ideas that the average human can be inspired by.

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📸: @lonefoxhome

Today, Drew Michael Scott has built a long list of accolades, working on a number of high-profile projects including collaborations with Architectural Digest, the New York Times, and Wayfair. House Beautiful awarded his e-comm store one of the best home stores in America.

Drew describes his design style in three words: “worldly, juxtaposition, and unexpected.” The perfect account to follow for all things interior design, Drew Michael Scott is a genuine and creative influencer who inspires and proves that anyone, regardless of budget, can create a magazine-worthy home.

Donovan Ho @hothouse.jungle

This one is for plant lovers! Donovan Ho, the founder of Hothouse Jungle, is an interior designer based in San Francisco. Donovan’s Instagram page is a dream for anyone with a green thumb. His apartment is filled with beautiful plants of all shapes and sizes.

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📸: @hothouse.jungle

When asked to describe his apartment in 5 words, we love what Donovan says, “Bohemian meets mid-century modern jungle.” His lush and vibrant interiors feature a mix of modern, classic, and eclectic elements. He combines bold colors, intricate patterns, and an abundance of plants to create spaces that are not only beautiful but also healthy and rejuvenating.

Donovan Ho’s Instagram account is a must-follow in 2023 for anyone interested in bringing nature into their interiors. He provides inspiration and ideas for incorporating plants into all rooms, whether it be your office or bedroom, and demonstrates how to create a sustainable and healthy living environment.

Studio McGee @studiomcgee

Studio McGee, the ultimate husband-and-wife dream team consisting of Shea and Syd McGee, combines lifestyle, interior design, and shopping all in one place. This power couple has done it all. They launched Studio McGee in 2014, a full-service interior design firm based in Utah that serves clients all over the US.

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📸: @studio.mcgee

Two years later, they started a YouTube channel that now has over 380K subscribers. In the same year, Shea and Syd launched their furniture and decor store, McGee & Co, which through an exclusive collaboration, can be found in your local Target today.

Come 2020, Shea and Syd created the Netflix original series, ‘Dream Home Makeover,’ which many of us have already binge-watched. The couple’s vision is to “make life beautiful for ourselves and each other.” They turned those words into the title of their co-authored book, ‘Make Life Beautiful.’

Studio McGee believes that good interior design tells a story. Shea Mcgee says, "Good design has the ability to impact the way you feel, and we want all of our clients to feel that sense of peace when they walk through the door."

Gianna Caputo @indie.boho.nest

Gianna Caputo, known as @indie.boho.nest on Instagram, is a talented content creator focusing on DIY & Home Renovation. Her spaces are warm, inviting, and sustainable. The mother of two spends her free time renovating a small 1950s fixer-upper, one DIY at a time.

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📸: @indie.boho.nest

Gianna’s gorgeous feed hosts daily content showing us interior design tips, DIY hacks, and even the hottest deals to take advantage of right now. Her creativity has no limits and you’ll be surprised by the number of DIY projects she has done, whether it be a coffee corner makeover or a potato stamp wallpaper.

Gianna Caputo shows us an interior design journey that we can relate to. Her ideas are affordable and realistic, unlike some of the luxurious and high-budget renovations we see on social media.

Chris Loves Julia @chrislovesjulia

Chris and Julia Marcum, aka Chris Loves Julia, are a dynamic duo that shares their adventures in design, DIY, and lifestyle. What started as photographing their first home quickly turned into a business, passion, and career. Chris Love Julia has been featured in top design publications like Architectural Digest and HGTV Magazine, and they've even collaborated with big brands like Lowe's and Target.

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📸: @chrislovesjulia

Chris and Julia value embracing your mistakes and not expecting your home to be perfect right away. Their interior design blog emphasizes that a home is beautiful “at every stage — from fixing it up to adding finishing touches. We take pictures and celebrate progress all along the way. And even though we love a good before-and-after, you’ll see a lot more of the in-between.”

The couple is welcoming, and their relatable personalities and peeks into their family life will make following Chris Loves Julia feel like getting advice from a close friend.

Justina Blakeney @justinablakeney

Justina Blakeney is a Los Angeles-based interior designer, author, and founder of the popular brand and blog, The Jungalow. Jungalow started in 2009 as a design blog in Justina’s living room, and since then has grown into an interior design empire.

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📸: @justinablakeney

The all-female team sells colorful, creative goods for the brand that’s described as “the one-stop-shop for bohemian-modern home decor and all things colorful, patternful and jungalicious.” Jungalow’s goal is to inspire you to be creative, connect with the outdoors, and bring positive energy into your home while keeping the environment in mind.

Justina’s accomplishments are many, such as authoring several books like New York Times bestseller ‘The New Bohemians: Cool and Collected Homes.’ Jungalow has been named one of the best interior design blogs on the web by Domino, Apartment Therapy, and Country Living.

DecorMatters @decormattersapp

Our official Instagram account is the ultimate source of inspiration in the interior design world. We share photos of stunning rooms, DIY videos, and interior design inspo of all styles and rooms, along with regular updates on what’s happening in our free interior design app.

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📸: @yoeurdaneta

As you embark on your interior design journey, remember to experiment with colors, patterns, and textures to create a space that truly reflects you. Following influencers is a great start, but the best thing about interior design is expressing yourself.

In addition to following these top 10 accounts, you can also use DecorMatters to design your dream home at your fingertips. With daily interior design games and the ability to virtually decorate real rooms, you can create a space that you love coming home to every day.

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