5 Industrial Inspired Instagram Accounts to Follow Today
Looking for interior inspiration is not only something we enjoy, but we find is an essential part of running Vincent and Barn. Just by seeing how someone else has styled a room in their house, or how a product has been placed differently to what we imagined, can spark a flurry of ideas instantly.
Aside from the usual glossy magazines and Pinterest boards, Instagram provides a wealth of interior inspiration, especially industrial-inspired home décor, so today we thought we’d bring together five of our favourite feeds. Starting with…
A family-run interior design and styling brand, Shoko Design is based between Poland and New York and has attracted nearly 50,000 followers to its Instagram account. With a daily dose of current projects and interior inspirations, the reason we fell in love with Shoko Designs is because of the effortless way the team blends industrial furniture and lighting with contrasting interiors such as bohemian nurseries and rustic French style kitchens. The beauty of industrial design, as proven here, is that it works with a plethora of home décor designs – it’s about clever styling, as this brand demonstrates.
Featuring the most amazing industrial kitchen, completely with exposed brick and wooden open shelving, Hornsby Style is the brainchild of interior stylist and photographer, Sharon Hornsby. With an eclectic interior style running throughout her home, Hornsby isn’t afraid of making bold design statements – just take a look at her stunning exposed plaster effect wall mural juxtaposed with vase after vase of indoor plants. This is definitely an account to follow if funny captions and amazing interior design choices are your thing.
Created by interior stylist Susanna Hawkins, Shnordic is an Instagram account dedicated to all things “scandi-maximalism”. Although that might not be your first thought when you think of industrial-inspired interiors, you can see from the stylist’s impeccable eye for detail that industrial elements are spotted throughout her home – just with a slightly more feminine approach. Take the polished concrete flooring in the dining room, or the crittall windows, exposed piping, and the black log burner – all elements which work perfectly in an industrial space.
As the Instagram account for magazine Warehouse Home, followers can expect a stylish mix of loft living, vintage style, and industrial inspired interiors. Spanning an interior design studio, a best-selling book, a magazine, and an amazingly informative and inspiring blog, Warehouse Home is an essential read for anyone interested in industrial interiors. From New York lofts, to Manchester cotton mills, their feed is an explosion of stunning design – it won’t be long until it creeps over the elusive 10k follower mark, if it hasn’t already done so by the time you’re reading this.
With a staggering 400k followers, it’s clear to see Loft Interior has a winning formula when it comes to Instagram. Featuring some of the most stylish industrial interior spots from around the globe, this feed is a hybrid of full room layouts and closer detailed shots. One of our favourite feeds to check for commercial spaces, Loft Interior is a great source of incredibly designed restaurants, bars and hotels. Perfect for when you’re planning your next travels, right?follow us!