9 British Interior Design Accounts To Follow On Instagram

9 British Interior Design Accounts To Follow On Instagram

While your search feed can often throw you puppies, food videos and weddings (or is it just us...) make sure these talents are on your follow list, for some serious - and sustainable - interiors inspiration. From architectural studios that champion craftsmanship to budget-friendly to how to up-cycle furniture, these accounts will leave you itching to rearrange something.



A creative design studio that brings all our 'pared-back minimalist' dreams to life, they have a "symbiotic approach to human and ecological health in Interior Design" — proving that yes, it really is healthy to redo your kitchen, again. 




This is one Digital Content Creator whose house renovation we keep coming back to check on. Originally from Lisbon and now London-based, Catarina's low-fi, English-romanticism-meets-Portuguese-colour-palette is, quite simply, interiors porn. 



Tom Bartlett, founder of Waldo Works, is the man behind this Architechural Digest-featured design studio. Having designed spaces such as the Fortnum & Mason beauty hall, Smythson stores and Mendoza winery in Argentina, come for the eclectic hues and stay for his brand new podcast.  



Part of the rental revolution? Join Medina from Grillo Designs, author of 'Home Sweet Rented Home' and creator of @howirent_. Sharing her tips on how to make your rental feel truly yours, follow her for advice on negotiating tricky landlords, re-doing a space (and leaving no marks behind) plus easy DIY hacks. 



When he's not writing for Forbes, Architectural Digest or FT Weekend, Roddy is a presenter, sustainability champion and interiors maven. Follow for all his latest features - including the craftspeople you need to know and renovating on a budget - and dreamy shots of places he loves. You may also recognise him from *ahem* our new podcast... 



CEO of design studio and content creator photoshoot hotspot @studio.arva, Abisola Omole knows her stuff when it comes to interior design. Whether she's sourcing 70s Italian chairs or sharing her latest upholstering project, you can also pick up a bargain for yourself if you pay close attention to her @studio.arva IG stories — notifications, on.



A midwife with a passion for design, Liv is an account you'll wish you found earlier. In the middle of renovating an ex-council flat in London, there's plenty of double-tap worthy before and afters, her vintage finds such as antique brass cabinet locks and how-to videos on DIY wall panelling (which we've watched...a few times).



We couldn't do a round up without mentioning one of Instagram's most colourful home accounts — this one will leave you realising you can pair bright orange with leopard print and still create a cosy, lived-in space. From paint swatches to up-cycling hacks that make for sustainable living, this ex-Fashion Editor is always guaranteed to brighten your feed. 



Looking for architectural inspiration? Rose is your go-to. Architectural and interior designer, antiques dealer and furniture designer, her mid-century feed is interspersed with her own projects that she sells — such as these handcrafted chairs made from sustainable English Oak, and the 'embodiment of refined traditional craft'. 


Looking for sustainable homeware? From water-based and 'sexy' eco-friendly paint to handcrafted kitchenware, head to our collection of things for the home.