If you are thinking of redecorating your home, it can really help to have some inspiration from some of the most beautiful homes around.
It is all too easy to get stuck in a rut with how your home looks, but you can easily update it with some quick, affordable fixes.
We have compiled together some of our favourite home decor looks from Instagram.
Which is your favourite?
Pillars & Wisteria @Amelialiana
How beautiful is the outside of Amelia’s London townhouse?
I know we can’t all have pillars outside our homes, but you could definitely get some inspiration with the beautiful purple wisteria and the black wooden door.
It’s really easy to grow wisteria, but it does take a few years to grow to the same extent as Amelia’s.
However, it is super easy to look after and comes back year after year. So pretty.
If you like Amelia’s gorgeous MICHAEL KORS 0MK5017 KENDALL II.
We love the retro style round frames and blue tinted mirror lenses.
They also come in five other colours if you would prefer.
We love the simplicity yet beauty of Scandinavian style, and this picture sums up the style perfectly.
This dining room uses white walls and a white table and chairs to create a light, airy space.
The colourful bookshelf, rug and table accessories add pops of colour to the look and create extra interest.
Wall of Photo Frames @Ritakonig
There isn’t an exact science to creating a gallery or ‘salon’ wall like this but my tip is to avoid tramlines – just nudge a picture left or right a bit if your wall starts looking like a map of Manhattan. This room is from @blythe.harris beautiful California home – architecture by @gpschafer, interiors by me, photography by @ericpiasecki for @elledecor #ritakoniginteriors #Ritasays
This is a fab look that anyone could achieve, even on the tightest budget.
The walls are painted a dark green colour, whilst the contrasting white floor boards prevent the room from being too dark.
A variety of different photo frame styles fit well together, showcasing key prints and photos.
This is a great way to easily personalize a room in your home.
A Room With a View @Themodernhouse
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The gorgeous view from the bedroom does all the talking in this look.
The decor itself is incredibly simple with just a couple of different accent colours, making this a very light and airy space.
I can’t imagine anything better than lying in that bed looking out to that view.
Head Board Decoration @Studioashby
It can be difficult to think of ways to decorate the big empty space above your bed.
You could hang a mirror, or perhaps one big picture frame.
Or how about this look?
Buy six or seven identical frames and place them side by side.
These frames create a great focal point and add a bit of interest to the room.
Geometric Wallpaper @Mad_about_the_house
Yesterday evening I was invited to take part in a panel discussion with @rockettstgeorge and @claudiabaillie on how to create showstopping interiors. We covered everything from paint to lighting and where we find our own inspiration. I often look at hotels for good use of space and bold schemes, I said. Then someone asked about the next interiors trend. The 1970s are coming for us I said. That millennial pink is going to get darker and dirtier and morph into orange and before you know where you are you'll be hunting down a brown sofa. And then I went home, through the lobby of the @hotelmarylebone where the talk was held, and this is what I saw. The 1970s people. Just like Arnie, they will be back. . . . #interiorinspiration #interiorstyling #hotelinspiration #1970s #1970style #orange #hotelstyle #geometrics #wallart #metallic #wallpaper #interiorsblogger
You don’t need to be scared to use wallpaper.
When it is done right, it can be a great talking point in a room, and could look fantastic as an accent wall.
We adore this on-trend geometric print with the bold orange accent accessories.
It is relatively simple, but makes a big impact.
Bring The Outdoors In @Thejungalow
This look is really fun and colourful, with the various different colours, patterns and textures.
House plants used to be really popular, but their popularity has declined in recent years.
This look proves how fab they can look – it is a great accessory especially for the summer months.
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