Are you redoing the look of your home and in need a little interior design inspiration? Does your current aesthetic feel drab and lived in? Start following these interior designers to give your home a much-needed revamp.
A portfolio that spans across high-end designer stores like Alexander Wang and Balenciaga, as well as celebrity homes including Kanye West, Korban is a luxury market favorite. His Instagram reflects his traditional-meets-modern design approach, with his belief that just because something isn’t expensive, doesn’t mean it can’t look it. Korban inspires his followers to have a keen eye when redoing an interior space.
While her personal account is chockfull of memes and enough silly animal videos to last all day, Ellen also has her own lifestyle and home brand, ED by Ellen. Elegant and true to Ellen’s own signature interior style, this account combines home inspiration with her comedian flare we all know and love.
A degree in architecture and an eye for all things whimsical, Olsen brings a unique touch to the world of interior design that’s well worth a double-tap. With neutrals still on the upward rise, Olsen brings a breath of fresh (colorful) air. Who says you can’t mix bright colors with animal print patterns and bold textures? If you’re on the move to do something risky, yet rewarding, this designer’s feed is the sign you’ve been waiting for.
Owner and head designer of Veneer Designs, Natalie Myers is an established designer to keep an eye on. Specializing in mid-century and contemporary looks, this industry leader is intent on making your dream home come alive. Functional, yet playful, Myers’ Instagram showcases her knack for making something simple stand out.
If you’re awe-inspired by Kourtney Kardashian’s sophisticated interior aesthetic or Kylie Jenner’s modern, yet livable design palette, you can thank industry favorite Jeff Andrews. His resume is impressive, and not just because of his celebrity clientele. People seek Jeff’s expertise because of his ability to take someone’s personality and vision and turn it into a home you never want to leave.
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