7 Instagram Accounts to Follow for Interior Design Inspiration

By Veronica Andreades | August 2, 2018 | Home & Real Estate

Before you start revamping your foyer or first floor bathroom, check out these seven Instagram accounts for luxe interior design inspo.

Rafael Novoa Interior Design @novoa_interiors

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Rich, earthy tones can be found throughout the Instagram posts of this Greater Philadelphia area-based designer. Fusing craftsmanship furniture with modern elements, Rafael Novoa is not one to be afraid of mixing patterns.

Design Manifest- Naomi Stein @designmanifest

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Naomi’s feed is a gallery of white marble surfaces, bohemian textiles, and serene kitchens. Her interiors are calming yet cheerful. Her firm, Design Manifest, operates out of Philadelphia’s Bok building and offers both in-home design consultations as well as full service design and project management.

Larina Kase Interior Design @larinakase

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For clean and classic looks peppered with peppy prints, look no further than the Insta feed of award-winning Main Line designer, Larina Kase. Also a mom, she is passionate about creating spaces that are both beautiful and family-friendly.

Meadowbank Designs @meadowbankteam

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While this team of experienced designers reimagine traditional and historic homes from the ground up, they take you along in the process with snaps of fabric swatches, puppies, and progress shots.

Roche Bobois @rochebobois

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For those with more modern and innovative sensibilities, this French, luxury furniture company posts a plethora of photos of geometric mirrors and alternative light-fixtures. They also have a showroom in Old City if you’re interested in viewing the pieces in real life.

Shophouse: Betsy Helm + Kiley Baun @shophousedesign

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Dynamic duo Betsy Helm and Kiley Baun draw upon their extensive interior architecture and fashion backgrounds to create clean spaces with touches of edgy---whether that be a print of Queen Elizabeth II in aviators or a spiky modern chandelier.

Vestige Home - Nicole Cole @vestigehome

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Nicole Cole enriches urban spaces with vintage nods and soft neutral tones. Her Instagram feed is a work of art in and of itself—including items from her personal line of wooden goods.



Photography by: Photography courtesy of @navoa_interiors, @designmanifest, @larinakase, @meadowbankteam, @rochebobois, @shophousedesign, @vestigehome