3 Instagram interiors to die for

You’re never going to want to leave your house in 2018.

The first place we hit for interior inspiration is Instagram and from spaces so minimal you’d feel bad for breathing, to rooms so robust with colour you’re probably gonna have a migraine 24/7, here’s our faves to emulate this spring/summer.


The shade defined a generation and now it’s taking over your home – from all pink minimalist kitchens that look like something straight out of a Wes Anderson movie to the perfect pink velvet chair, go as bold or bare as you like.

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Nothing screams luxury more than pale shades of taupe and white mixed with shiny gold accents. Look for pieces in interesting shapes that look 10x the price that they cost and be careful when accessorising – this scheme is not for the cluttered.

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If your all white space needs something more than a hint of gold then go all out and clash all the primary colours in the form of artwork, rugs and soft furnishings for that liveable art gallery look.

“My number one rule is to buy what you love,” says young art and design collector @raquelcayre, who is also behind the insta-famous account @ettoresottsass. “The art world is super political, and you never know if an artist is going to be the next Picasso or Basquiat.” But she has one of those, too. A three-way collaboration between Michel Majerus, Andy Warhol, and Jean-Michel Basquiat—one of Cayre’s all-time favorite pieces—hangs in her living room above a cotton-weave sectional from @designwithinreach. “I don’t buy a specific piece for any spot; it just happens,” says Cayre. A pastel-hued wool rug by @coldpicnic and pair of teak coffee tables by @andriannashamaris warm up the dominant white. See inside the rest of her NYC home via the link in our profile. Photo by @sketchfortytwo; text by @hldoolin

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“His life is his work and his work is his life,” notes @aerin Lauder of close friend and associate, @jdemsey, executive group president of @esteelauder. “You see that in his home, his love of pattern and package and texture; it translates into everything he does. He’s definitely more is more.” His recently completed 6-story Manhattan townhouse is bursting with color, pattern and an impressive art collection at every turn. A mirrored cabinet from @edra_insta divides the 5th floor where a home office is carved out, complete with @liaigre_official desk and chair. A framed scarf by Hiroshi Sugimoto for @hermes hangs on the wall and a @fornasettiofical rug covers the floor. Take the full home tour through the #linkinbio Photo by @francoisdischinger; text by @thealinacho; styled by @michaelbargo

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