Our Top 5 Interior Instagram Accounts For Home Inspo

As self-confessed interior addicts, at The Hut HQ we’re obsessed with following the newest interior trends and scrolling through our favourite homeware blogs and interior Instagram accounts for home inspo. From bold paint colours to minimalist setups, we’re constantly holding ourselves back from launching into another DIY project or adding a selection of new home accessories to our basket. Saving new things daily to our interior inspirations board, here are the top interior Instagram accounts you should be following for home inspo and decor ideas. 

The best interior Instagram accounts:

  • @renovating_a_nightmare
  • @Homeatheathfield
  • @thehousethatcolourbuilt
  • @ciaraelliott
  • @theoneonthecorner

#1 @renovating_a_nightmare

If you’re a fan of an Edwardian style home renovation this is one to take a look at. Full of traditional features combined with dramatic colour schemes and clever adaptations for space, we love what they have done at @renovating_a_nightmare. Using their Instagram to document their progress the couple have become pros at curating spaces with signatures pieces and bold features. Their content instantly makes you want to load up vases and accessories to add those finishing details.

Vases and flowers on a fireplace


Bathroom Interiors


#2 @Homeatheathfield 

pink living room


Sure to have you reaching for the paint swatches, Yasmin’s Edwardian home is full of beautiful paint inspiration as she opts for bold walls in unexpected tones. From her pink living room to her dark navy feature falls, Yasmin isn’t afraid to stray away from the classic cream walls, making the most of the joy of owning your own home! Keeping her décor simple to let the colour do the talking, Yasmin teaches you how to create impact and a rich finish without feeling like you’re adding a lot of extra clutter to your home. Working with the features of her unique home, all her choices perfectly suit the beautiful wooden floors and fireplace features, tempting us to want to rip up our carpets ASAP. We also love the most glamorous touches to Yasmin’s home, pairing her rich-toned walls with gold features to add a luxurious finish to the room. If you’re looking for inspiration to help give you the bravery to take a leap into the world of colour, @Homeatheathfield is a must-follow interior Instagram account as although her walls are bold, they stay away from being too bright. 

#3 @Thehousethatcolourbuilt

Colourful living room space


Colourful kitchen space

If you’re ready to go into the deep end, Jess and Rick’s 1930s home is an absolute playground for people that love a colourful home. With one of the most cheerful feeds we’ve ever seen, their home is like something straight out of a film with a dreamy Wes Anderson inspired colour palette of blues, pinks and yellows. Keeping their accessories minimal to let the bright colours do the talking, Jess and Rick’s interior Instagram will 100% make you reconsider your neutral colour scheme as we’re obsessed with their blue candy stripe bedroom and sunset hue bathroom. Even if you’re not ready to pick up the paintbrush, this is a must-follow interior inspiration account for anyone that wants to bring some joy and colour into their home, something easily achieved by swapping out white towels for colourful ones and scattering some new cushions around.  

#4 @Ciaraelliott  


family interior inspiration instagram

Do you ever look at an interiors Instagram account and think ‘where is all their stuff?!’, us too. That’s why we love Ciara Elliot’s account, sharing realistic snaps of her beautiful family home for interior design inspiration on styling a bustling household. An interior influencer you should definitely follow if you’re looking for inspiration for doing up your child’s bedroom, Ciara is providing interior ideas for every room that leaves plenty of space for memories and things. We love her collection of prints and all the little details of laps, rugs and plants that make her home feel both stylish and cosy, the combination we’re all striving for. Keeping her walls and large furnishings pretty neutral, we love that a lot of the inspiration Ciara gives us can be created through adding little extras to a room, being perfect for people that want to spruce up a room without splashing out on major changes.  

#5 @Theoneonthecorner

Living room space


Dining room space

If you’re aiming to create a calm space, Hollie and Mat’s home is a minimalist dream that avoids feeling cold or empty. Perfectly fitting for a house by the sea, their combination of blue tones and warm neutral hues makes for a space that feels homely while looking serene and stylish. Adding in light and shadows with a mix of modern white furnishings and deep wood antiques, we’re obsessed with the merge of new and old in their home, giving their space a polished but characterful finish. Adding little colourful moments through perfectly curated shelfies full of fun prints and plants, Hollie and Mat know exactly how to balance minimalism and making sure to add their personal touches to their home.  


Written by Sarah Atkinson

Sarah Atkinson

Sarah Atkinson

Writer and expert