Get the look: 3 to-die-for interior Instagrams

With the arrival or summer (or maybe the end) we’re looking at little ways to reinvent our interior spaces.

We’re looking at the interior Instagram accounts that make us want to mix up our spaces and transform them into luxe spaces fit for the queens that you all are, and some key pieces that will inject that much needed glamour.

Interior designer’s Thomas Pheasant’s Instagram is awash with luxe neutral interiors paired with beautiful fine details. Look for rich textures and fine details to achieve a polished look.

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Black & White Forever Photo: @alyssarosenheck #seanandersondesign #EDhousetours

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Country Charm with @elledecor PHOTO: @alyssarosenheck #seanandersondesign #EDbedrooms

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The open plan spaces on Sean Anderson Design’s Instagram take a more masculine take on interiors with pops of grey and vintage-esque details – start with a neautral backdrop, whether that be grey or white and then add pops of grey and aged leather to bring a rough edge.

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Adopt a more modern edge to a plain backdrop with bold splashes of gold and rich emerald tones. Pick curated pieces that will stand out and allow for a gallery like approach. Click through to B.A. Torrey’s Instagram for more bold looks.

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