1. Olive et Oriel
The Australian wall decor label shows off its modern range of art prints over at @oliveetoriel.
From monochromatic stylised tongue-in-cheek love quotes, to sophisticated and still shots of natural elements, there are a ton of decorating ideas to steal for the subtle, effortless hipster look that doesn’t scream try hard (even if that were the case).
2. Aude Giraud of Ask a French
It might just be part of an (intense) nesting instinct, but one of the things I look forward most to is gracing the tables and corners of my future home with blooming floral arrangements.
If you’re like me, then you should be following Aude Giraud of Ask a French (@askafrench), a Singapore-based florist who shows off her travels and romantic floral arrangements in beautifully composed photographs.
3. Hong Henwood of Affordable Style Files
A local interior designer and founder of homeware store, Affordable Style Files, @honghenwoodstylist has impeccable taste, and will fill your Instagram feed with vibrant colours, carefully curated furnishings and prints.
4. Nam Dang of Mitchell Design
This Canadian interior designer fills her account @namdangmitchell, with her gorgeous residential projects, which are often decked in neutral hues and chic marble features and are anything but cookie-cutter.
5. Emily Barry of Rehabitat
Run by interior designer Emily Barry, the account, @em_rehabitat, is full of ideas on contemporary design, with a traditional and rustic twist. Get your framing and colour schemes on point with their daily guidance.
Rehabitat sells pillow covers made of vintage fabric, too!
This story was first published in Home and Decor, with additional text by Cassandra Koh.