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9 Vogue-Approved Interior Instagram Accounts to Follow

Follow @voguearabia for an insider view on culture and fashion. Featured here: The bedroom in Les Grands Apartements at the Hôtel de Crillon, designed by Karl Lagerfeld. Photographed by Mark Luscombe-Whyte for the July/August issue of Vogue Arabia

If browsing through sartorial accounts on Insta has left you in a never-ending loop of consumer envy, it’s time to curate a different social newsfeed. Why not press pause on the It-girl scene and scroll through something more zen? Team Vogue Arabia have found the perfect interior accounts on the fashion world’s favorite app to follow now. From ideas to revamp your living room space to pure lifestyle escapism, these are the major @s to adore and shower with deftly placed emoji appreciation.

#1: @myscandinavianhome

Follow @MyScandinavianHome when you want to see a fresh palette of monochromatic living spaces and clever interior ideas that will contrast well with Middle Eastern architecture.

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#2: @ryankorban

For lofty interiors, grand designs, and living spaces dappled with unapologetic glamour, keep @RyanKorban in your newsfeed to add a cultured flair to Insta.

#3: @ettoresottsass

This account is ideal to follow for edgy and often unexpected architecture, interior ideas, and post-modern art snippets.

#4: @thejungalow

On interior design pro Justina Blakeney’s account, there’s no such thing as too many brights or enough print clashing per post. Perhaps get your oversized sunglasses on before scrolling through this feed.

#5: @chakibrichaniarchitects

Follow for cinematic cityscapes and modern architecture that merge the heritage and future of the Middle East in one cool square shot.

#6: @martynlawrencebullard

The interior designer who masterminded the Kardashian’s home reveals striking ideas and culture snippets from his work and travels.

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#7: @jonathanadler

Designer Jonathan Adler’s feed will make you want to up the ante on your ornamental arrangements and rethink your sideboard displays. Afterall, there’s no such thing as too many striking clusters of objets d’art.

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#8: @amytastley

Trust the editor-in-chief of US AD Magazine to steer you through to the very chichi of interiors the world over.

#9: @kellywearstler

Expect urbane scenes and charming stately homes with maze gardens galore, Kelly’s account is the very epitome of diverse design.

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