5 Ways to Make Your Home Instagram Worthy

One of our favourite ways to spend an afternoon has to be scouring social media for some homewares inspiration. We’re huge fans of Instagram and Pinterest, and we’re always on the hunt for some stylish additions to our homes.

We admit it: we’re a little jealous of those perfectly-styled rooms on our feeds. We’re constantly double-tapping photos of beautiful bedrooms and luxurious living spaces, whilst secretly wishing our homes looked like that – but now, with a little help from The Hut, they can…

Discover five ways to make your home majorly Instagrammable, and watch those likes pour in!


1,305,904 posts about copper homeware…


A blogger favourite, copper has usurped gold and silver to be the metallic accent of the year. Whether you go for darker copper or girly rose-gold, pink-tinged metals make a beautiful addition to any home.



1,421,206 posts about marble accents…


What would an Instagram flatlay be without some marble? Try paying homage to the trend with small injections of marble throughout the home, to avoid the kitchen-worktop look.



441,912 posts about neon letter lights…


A blend of edgy and artistic, say it with neon lights: hang letters above the bed or in the hallway for serious Manhattan-loft vibes.



1,708,191 posts about leafy succulents…


Aloe vera, zebra cacti and barbary fig may not have been household names a few months ago, but now, they’re all the rage. Place succulent plants inside terrariums or wall vessels for an injection of greenery into an otherwise minimalist room.



27,920,752 posts about quote-emblazoned accessories…


Like feeling inspired? Stock up on cute, kitsch homewares featuring quotes and slogans: not only will these motivate you on a Monday, they’ll look adorable on your timeline.


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Lily Shepherd

Lily Shepherd

Fashion & Style Editor

Collector of rose-gold homeware, scented candles and quirky photograph frames, I’m a Southern girl living in Manchester passionate about fashion, beauty and interiors. When I’m not writing about beautiful things, I can be found fashion blogging, or exploring my new Northern home.