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10 Interior Design Accounts to Follow on Instagram

10 Interior Design Accounts to Follow on Instagram ⇒ #stayhome has been dictating our routines as days go by. Fortunately, the web is filled with incredible inspirations sources to keep us busy during business hours and more. On this post, you’ll find 10 incredible interior design accounts to follow on the gram that are pure design goals.

 

 

@kellywearstler

 

 

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A Gentle Pace…read books, play games, make art, watch documentaries, help others, learn new ways of being, exercise, give love and spend quality time with your family.XK

Uma publicação partilhada por Kelly Wearstler (@kellywearstler) a

 

Known for her playful glam style, Kelly Wearstler’s work can be seen in vast array of chic hotels, including The Proper in both Hollywood and San Francisco, the Four Seasons in Anguilla, Tides South Beach Hotel in Miami, Viceroy in Santa Monica and Miami, as well as a number of other commercial and residential spaces.  Her account is a big explosion of colour, texture and form.

 

@vdecotiis

 

 

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Private Residential Project #vincenzodecotiisarchitects #vincenzodecotiis #vda

Uma publicação partilhada por VINCENZO DE COTIIS (@vdecotiis) a

 

Originally from the north of Italy, Vincenzo De Cotiis set up his design practice more than 20 years ago and is known for his fully textured, ruggedly limited-edition and custom furniture wich balance icon modernist materials with less usual ones.

 

@pierre.yovanovitch

 

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Winter light #pierreyovanovitch #chateaudefabregues

Uma publicação partilhada por Pierre Yovanovitch (@pierre.yovanovitch) a

 

The work of Pierre Yovanovitch is what dreams are made of—fantasies translated into rooms with endlessly wondrous possibilities. In his “Oops” collection, he presents fuzzy, high-backed armchairs with what look like bear ears, pointed floor lamps in mocha, and coral hues that call to mind mountains at sunset. From quiet country sanctuaries to urban escapes, he bedecks his spaces with a sharp signature and chic, contemporary flair.

 

@ryankorban

 

 

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@edonmanor 🖤

Uma publicação partilhada por RYAN KORBAN (@ryankorban) a

 

His designs are bold, intricate, and include just a hint of savage to an otherwise eminently refined portfolio. It comes as no surprise that he draws inspiration from Monet paintings to Helmut Newton photos—the contrast is apparent in his work. Focusing on retail spaces, his interiors exude a sense of seduction with inky tones and endless texture.

 

@dimoremilano

 

 

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The Ready-To-Wear space in the Dimorestudio-designed VIP room, annexed to Dior’s boutique in Dubai, from a different angle. White Arabescato Vagli and Grey Versilia marbles characterize the floor with geometric motifs. A large decorated mirror from the second half of 19th century reflects the sitting area, enriched by the Tavolo Basso 052 low table by Dimoremilano, two Italian-made historical armchairs and a velvet sofa by Gio Ponti, adorned by cushions upholstered with a custom Matzinga fabric, from Progetto Tessuti by Dimoremilano. #interiordesign #contemporarydesign #retaildesign #storedesign #Dior #Dubai #readytowear #decorativefurniture #Dimorestudio #Dimoremilano

Uma publicação partilhada por DIMOREMILANO | DIMORESTUDIO (@dimoremilano) a

 

The minds behind of one the greatest Milan interior designers studio, Dimore Studio, want to bring back a 1970 interior design style to our days. Inspired by its eclectic Italian design furniture and art deco, they want to give a plus for new projects. 

 

@sarashermansamuel

 

 

Los Angeles–based designer Sarah Sherman Samuel dabbles in just about everything. From interior and product design—including a line of paper goods for Target—to launching a blog, as well as content and social media campaigns, she does it all.

 

@rossana_orlandi

 

Rossana Orlandi is a household name in the worlds of fashion and design. Since its opening in 2002, the Galleria Rossana Orlandi has become a must-see spot in Milan for all design lovers, being considered one the best platforms for avant-garde design!

 

@cristinacelestino

 

 

Born in Pordenone in 1980, Cristina Celestino worked in several areas of architecture, before finally focusing her attention to interior design and architecture. With that, she moved to Milan in 2009 where she created “Attico”, her own design brand which mainly focused on the conception of lamps and furnishings production. Among other relevant highlights of her career, we can point to her part in Salone Satellite in 2012 as well as her design of “The Happy Room” for Fendi in 2016. Her style is heavily based on observation and research, mixing in old and new and exploring many variations between scale and small inventions with the purpose of creating new messages and meanings.

 

@decus_interiors

 

 

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Our North Bondi residence. . 📷 @felix_forest #oldiebutagoodie #50shadesofgrey #decusinteriors

Uma publicação partilhada por decus interiors (@decus_interiors) a

 

The all-female team behind Decus Interiors creates art in spaces. Sometimes playful, sometimes provocative, their compositions are whimsical and filled with rich hues that offer more than just a place to sit, sleep, or eat. These are places to think, create, live, and love.

 

@studiopepe

 

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Club Unseen / An exclusive shelter from the hectic context of the Fuori Salone, the secret club we conceived for the 2018 Salone del Mobile represented the quiet that gives space to creativity: a place with a relaxed and casual atmosphere, in which an innovative interpretation of hospitality emerges clearly to the senses and to the heart. . Photo by @andreaferraristudio . @club_unseen #studiopepe #clubunseen #studiopepeproject #studiopepeinteriordesign #design #performance #installation #experience #drink #gesture #mixology #bartender #cocktail #architecture #spatialdesign #mdw #milandesignweek . @agapebathrooms @agapecasa @alliedmaker @andtradition @atelierdetroupe @botteganove @cassinaofficial @cc_tapis @ceramicabardelli @covanderhorst @compasso_gallery @de_sede_switzerland @dedarmilano @erich_ginder @franciacorta @humblematter @lopificio @philippemodelparis @plhitalia @pulpoproducts @sabaitalia @sikkensitalia @skinregimenofficial @solid_nature @tacchini_italia_forniture #tecnolux @vetreria_bazzanese @wallanddeco . THANKS TO . @alysiofficial @aria_the_ar_platform @bangolufsen @bitossihome @sofarmilan #sogega

Uma publicação partilhada por Studiopepe (@studiopepe_official) a

 

Studiopepe first came to be in 2006 founded by the design duo Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara Di Pinto.

 

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