From kitchen cabinets to modernist houses, here are our top picks to follow
Best for kitchen hacks @reformcph
The Danish kitchen brand updates Ikea cabinets with simple, stylish cupboard fronts in sorbet shades.
Best for maximalists @degournay
These sumptuous, hand-painted murals and wallpapers are far too pricey to buy – just be inspired by shots of walls blooming with lemon trees or exotic birds. More is more.
Best for dining room style @richardleemassey
London’s most tireless restaurant-goer documents inspiringly beautiful places to eat, from humble caffs to top-end eateries – offering take home #interiorsinspo one meal at a time.
Best for snoopers @themodernhouse
This UK estate agent only sells homes that score high on the design scale. As exciting for nosy people as for those moving house.
Best for barefoot luxury @uxua
A hotel in Brazil whose beachy shots are interspersed with distressed interiors, soft linen, and tropical style.
Best for DIY ideas @grillodesigns
Young blogger Medina Grillo on updating her rented home in Birmingham; you can do a lot with a little.
Best for mid-century buffs @theatomicranch
Mid-century modern design in a gorgeous Palm Springs setting, where walnut sideboards sit alongside cacti. A Don Draper-inspired dream.
Best for brutalists @modernistestates
Take a tour of cityscapes, retro fonts and concrete buildings that have aged into their beauty.
Best for pared back palettes @daniellesiggerud
A former student of the minimalist architect John Pawson, Siggerud is now an architect based in Copenhagen, and in love with the many muted shades – and textures – of grey.
Best for real-life style @almostmakesperfect
Against a palette of peach, white, and pale brown, Los Angeles-based craft blogger Molly’s own home is a masterclass in staying stylish with a toddler in tow – complete with bespoke stairgate.
Best for colour lovers @farge_dagny
From her cabin outside Oslo, colour consultant Dagny Thurmann-Moe provides clients with modern ways to team colours. Full of ideas and shades that shouldn’t work together, but do.
Best for the unexpected @beau_traps
The brainchild of globetrotting dealer and interior stylist, Maxime Fisher, who discovers unusual, rare and unexpected interiors.
Best for prints @evasonaike
Designer Eva Sonaike draws on her Nigerian heritage to create bright and beautiful textiles – it will inspire you to be braver using print at home.
Best for Bauhaus fans @emilyforgot
Artist and illustrator Emily Alston curates a feed filled with sculptural furniture and uncluttered interiors, past and present – with a big focus on 20th-century design.
Best for globetrotting @hanyayanagihara
Booker-shortlisted author and magazine editor Hanya Yanagihara shares inspiring designs she discovers on her regular travels, from frescoes in Paris to cerise walls in Milan.
Best for monochrome obsessives @_millergrey
This Newcastle-based blogger has an aversion to colour, and is drawn to anything that makes his rental home feel spacious and stylish. Airy whites and strong blacks abound.
Best for daydreaming @howieguja
Interspersed with shots of his local beach in Bellport, New York, are images of the coastal homes photographer Howie Guja comes across: think verandas, distressed wood and clapboard.
Best for culinary style @skyemcalpine
The food author’s main focus is recipes, but here she flits between her London and Venice apartments, documenting her clever ways with colour, texture and tablescapes.
Best for cheering you up @teklan
An art director, photographer, interior architect, set designer and colour addict, Stockholm-based Tekla Evelina Severin’s feed is perfect for an overcast day.
Best for small space living @contemporary_life
Swedish blogger Melia Malmquist has taken a dated city apartment and turned it into an olive green oasis, full of gleaming knick-knacks, high street bargains and a wealth of inexpensive ideas.