Sometimes, just after pinning a photo to our Pinterest boards or tapping the heart-shaped button on Instagram, we can be found pushing a couch toward a new wall in our homes. Redecorating can start as quick as that. That’s why when it comes to approaching all your projects this spring, it’s not a bad idea to load up your Instagram with some eye candy by following these accounts (including a few Northern Virginians):
A pair of sisters run this 10-year-old blog with ample beauty, fashion, food and, of course, home inspiration. And there’s nothing messy about it. Expect lots of bright colors, particularly pink.
Amy Rutherford owns Old Town Alexandria home decor shop Red Barn Mercantile, and her Instagram demonstrates how to merge vintage and modern aesthetics.
Besides both having excellent taste (if I do say so myself), Studio McGee and I both share a love for Dash and Albert rugs. And John Robshaw pillows but that’s for another day. The Massena looks amazing in this room they designed. If you love Dash and Albert as much as we do then you’re in luck. They are having a President’s Day sale and we are matching the 20% discount! I will be in the store today and can help you with all your rug needs so stop on by! #myredbarn
This D.C.-based marketing professional also works as a blogger and interior designer. Follow her Instagram for earthy touches in luxe spaces.
We won’t name names, but there are those who are deeply calmed by meticulous organization. This is the Instagram account for those people (cough—us).
The once-shuttered magazine relaunched in 2013 with new life and achingly pretty eye candy on its Instagram.
Giving a room new life often begins with a new coat of paint. Resene makes that case on its Instagram with eye-catching pairings with its paints.
This Great Falls decorator and blogger brings the outdoors and indoors together with her deft hand in textiles, light and color.
This interior designer offers inspiration for the minimalists out there, focusing on clean lines and muted palettes.
This blogger provides plenty of (dreamy) reminders that plants play just as crucial of a role in the design of a room as the furniture in it.