100+ Best Interior Designers on Instagram to Follow (PART 3) — No matter if you’re a professional designer or just an enthusiast. When it comes to home decorating, using this social media to look for inspirations and ideas will always be a great way to keep yourself up-to-date.
As you probably know already, Instagram is currently the second most popular social media network in the world, behind only Facebook, and its popularity has been growing steadily since it first debuted. Therefore, Interior Design Magazines keeps filling in a powerfull list with the best professional designers to follow on Instagram. CHECK THEM OUT!
***Editor’s note: This is the 3rd part of the list, but you can check the two previous parts HERE***
51) M (Group)
52) Marcel Wanders
53) Mark Cunningham Inc.
54) Mark and Alexa Hampton LLC
Thank you @kutmecfurniture in Kuwait for sharing this image of one of my rooms at High Point Market for Hickory Chair. The ‘Cabernet’ wall color from my Colorhouse paint line, the Franklin Tric-Trac Table, the Warren Chairs for Hickory Chair, and the golden shells from my assortment at Maitland Smith, are all elevated by being in the company of beautiful custom commissioned Gracie screen panels, inspired by CoCo Chanel’s Paris apartment, and the gorgeous 6 foot high photograph of an enfilade at Palais Lichtenau by Celia Rogge (of which I may have one of the editions hanging in my apartment in NY – just sayin’). #HickoryChair #maitlandsmith #colorhouse #graciestudio #celiarogge #alexahampton #kutmecfurniture
55) Martyn Lawrence Bullard Design
Very excited to announce my collaboration with @perennialsfabrics , the Bentley of outdoor fabric manufacturers …. I have designed a collection inspired by my world travels with luxury and comfort at its core , an exotic flavor and color palettes that offer a refreshingly modern take blended with traditional twists. #designwithabandon #perrenialsfabric #martynlawrencebullardforperennials
56) Michael Maltzan Architecture
57) Michael S Smith
58) Miles Redd
59) Miranda Brooks Landscape Design
61) Muriel Brandolini
62) Nate Berkus
63) Nicky Haslam Studio Ltd.
64) Olson Kundig
65) OMA New York
Towers 2 and 3 of @omanewyork ‘a #ParkGrove are well underway. The asymmetrical cylindrical towers provide a diversity of unit plans, arranged on axis with the bay. Inspired by the organic shapes of the nearby barrier reefs, the curves plates contribute to optimized views while decreasing wind-loads and improving facade-to-area ratios. @shohei_shigematsu #coconutgrove #miami #facade : Philippe Ruault
66) Paolo Moschino for Nicholas Haslam Ltd.
67) Peter Marino
Announcing the final project of our winning 3 from 2017 @aianewyorkstate Design Awards – @dior Seoul received an Award of Citation for the 10,000 sq ft flagship. ——————————————————-Looking at a detail of the mirrored stair with polished stainless steel and glass balustrades. Video artwork by Oyoram is embedded into the surrounding walls. @luc_castel #petermarino #petermarinoarchitect #petermarinostairs #dior #aianewyork #seoul #architecture
68) Peter Pennoyer Architects
The brick pedimented entrance of Mott Schmidt’s restrained Sutton Place townhouse (1921) for Anne Vanderbilt with brilliant blue door. The architecture firm Cross & Cross was part of a group of investors in this new neighborhood in the 1920s which became one of the most luxurious and peaceful enclaves of the city. #suttonplace #mottschmidt #townhouse #brickhouse #frontdoor #entrance #historichouse #streetscape
69) Pierre Yovanovitch Architecture d’Intérieur
70) Philippe Starck
#StarckParis #Summer2017 #2017IsCreative « Work the intangible, explore the abstract, Make visible the invisible, make the air vibrate, colour life, create magical unions, become immersed in poetry, these are challenges I aspire to through perfume ». Ph.S. « Travailler l’intangible, explorer l’abstraction, rendre visible l’invisible, mettre l’air en vigration, colorer la vie, créer des liens magiques, s’immerger dans la poésie, sont les défis que je me donne à travers le parfum ». Ph.S.
71) Rafael de Cárdenas Ltd./Architecture at Large
72) Richard Keith Langham Inc.
73) Richard Mishaan Design
74) Rockwell Group
“Lately, I’ve been doing an experiment with my kids. When we go somewhere, we look at what percentage of passersby is on their cell phones. In the quiet central area of Union Square Park, surprisingly few people are staring at screens. They’re really taking in the city around them.” Walk through Union Square’s many eras and evolutions with David Rockwell as your guide using the @detour app. Link in profile. #TBT to this shot of David on the balcony outside of our Union Square office.
75) Roger Thomas Collection
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