We’re used to seeing outfit pictures all over our feeds, but now influencers are inviting us into their homes, and we can’t RSVP quickly enough. Not only are they tagging their latest outfits, but many of fashion’s finest are also granting access to their chic abodes and tagging their interior buys as well.
Now you can snap up their wardrobes and get their same homewares (sofa, cushions, and mirrors included). So we decided to round up the must-haves of Instagram's chicest residencies. From large-scale furniture items to the small accessories that make a huge difference to the overall mood of a room, be prepared to want to shop not just their outfits but their home décor from here on out.
Mid-century furniture is proving particularly popular right now, and influencers are helping to fuel the demand. While it's always fun to shop for the real deal, it can be difficult to find intact sets, which is why we've got our eye on Monikh's wishbone dining chairs.
Vintage rugs help give sparse rooms character, which is exactly what Anne has done in her dining room. We'll be investing in this style from John Lewis & Partners for a quick update.
Are you even an influencer unless you own a Matilda Goad scallop-edge lampshade? We think not. While they come in a multitude of hues, we can see why Lucy opted for this neutral raffia option.
Chances are you'll recognise this sofa, as it's commonplace in many an influencer's home. That said, our favourite has to be in Freddie's living room, where she's adorned it with kitsch cushions and surrounded it with achingly cool artwork.
Erica Davies's home is one of Instagram's most popular, and it's not hard to see why. Instead of embracing minimalism, Erica's more-is-more approach makes for a playful alternative. One of our favourite pieces in her home, however, has to be this Love canvas.
Claire's Instagram page is where we turn when we're in need of some IKEA shopping inspiration. Who'd have thought her chic tables came from the Swedish interiors emporium? Not us, that's for sure.
Amp up plain white bedding with the help of a brightly coloured throw, just like Tina has done in her minimalist NYC apartment. Swoon.