Staying home has its creative benefits, if nothing else. It’s the perfect time to pick up a new craft or revisit one long forgotten. Draw, paint, write, sing, decorate, or do it all. Gathering inspiration from the professionals is a great way to get started. In the spirit of making our homes more joyful to be stuck in, we selected our favorite interior designers on Instagrams that offer up a visual escape and spark the creatives in all of us.
Ashley Stark, CEO of Stark Carpets shares her dreamy, refined and elegant taste. Her feed is an assortment of designs and aesthetics from all over the world. If you want to find out how to style a bright pink tufted sofa in a *somehow* non-whimsical way, she's your girl.
Want to see the inside of Drakes lavish mansion? Of course you do. And you will NOT be disappointed by his extravagance. Architectural Digest is the perfect place to do your own search for interior designers that speak to your aesthetic (or the one you would like to acquire).
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Athena Calderone is many things. She is an overwhelmingly talented interior designer, cook and entertainer. Her personal style is truly to die for. Her eye for design transcends through all aspects of her life to create marvel worthy beauty.
If you haven't seen the ‘Very Ralph’ Netflix documentary, stop what you're doing. You’ll want to toss your ‘all black everything’ aesthetic to the side. RL creates a MOOD. His designs make you believe you can be everything and all at once. A western cowgirl with vintage ranch of 30 horses who glamorously attends NYC galas and retreats to relax at her Hamptons home for the summer. Same.
The fan-favorite interior design couple behind Studio McGee just launched a collection at Target so we can all get in on the action. Their Instagram features a behind the scenes of their own home renovation as they offer their expert advice.
If you are looking for a visual excitement upgrade, look no further. Justina Blakely understands how to tastefully incorporate vibrant color and bold texture into the home and even into the wardrobe. She says it best with, ‘Design Wild’.