Our #myhouseandhome daily hashtag is jam-packed with some of the most creative and inspiring Irish interiors Instagrammers. Whether you're renovating a bathroom or just redecorating a bedroom, explore the hashtag and you'll discover tonnes of inspirational imagery and heaps of helpful hacks to help you on your home improvement journey.
For 2020, we're highlighting some of the Irish interiors Instagrammers that we think will fill your feed with inspiration this year. From self-builders to creative upcyclers, we've rounded up 20 brilliant accounts that you're going to want to follow for real home inspiration.
20 Irish interiors Instagrammers to know in 2020
From her Instagram, you can tell Rachel’s living room is one of her favourite rooms in her beautiful 1970s Dublin home. Having recently renovated the house, Rachel's love of interiors shines through and she has heaps of helpful styling tips for anyone planning on redecorating their home this year.
Lorna and her partner are on their self-build journey and sharing every step along the way. As their dream home begins to take shape, make sure to keep an eye on their progress as they reveal the beautiful rooms in their new build.
Unafraid of experimenting with colour in her Cork home, Yvonne perfectly balances vibrant hues with dark tonal shades. This account is particularly great if you're decorating kids rooms, as she's got some fun ideas for styling your little ones' spaces.
In the midst of renovating their 1960s Belfast home, the couple behind this account share some really incredible before and after photographs showing the epic room transformations. Their two gorgeous pooches are also featured regularly so pet lovers will definitely want to follow.
They officially broke ground at the end of October 2019 and Donna and Ray are continuing to share each step of their Mayo self-build journey. From room planning to interiors inspiration, it’ll be an exciting time for the pair as they watch their dream home come together. Make sure to stay tuned!
Artist Isobel is showcasing her creative style in her beautiful Dublin home. This house's open plan kitchen design and vibrant colour combinations will give you plenty of inspiration for decorating in 2020.
Having recently 'completed' their own self-build, Gráinne and her family have moved into their new home and have begun documenting how they're putting their stamp on the new space. Great to follow if you’re planning your own self-build in the future.
Keeping her interiors simple and chic, Tríona's gorgeous West Cork home takes inspiration from nature with raw materials and fun foliage featured regular in her Instagram grid posts.
Roisin and her family have are in the process of fitting out their beautiful self-built home and sharing all her steps with her followers. If her recently completed kitchen is anything to go by, you're going to want to follow what she does with the rest of the rooms in her Northern Ireland home.
Artist Leah Anne is on a mission to put her own stamp on this rented home. You'll find lots of clever decorating hacks and gorgeous room inspiration on this account.
Belfast-based Valerie is also renovating her home and she is documenting her progress of her Instagram. Every corner of her house is perfectly styled and radiates cosy hygge vibes.
Yvonne's passion for all things pretty and pink shines through on her Instagram account. If dainty accessories, floral designs and vintage interiors are your bag, then this account is one to follow this year.
Interior designer Carla shares her own home as well as sneak-peeks of the homes and projects she's working on. It's a fascinating insight into the interior design process and her penchant for dark, boho-luxe interiors where natural materials abound translates really well onto Instagram's grid. She's one we love to watch.
If you like mid century retro-inspired interiors, then you'll love Molly's Instagram account. This home perfectly balances rustic textures and tones and Molly also runs her own online vintage store where she sources beautiful vintage furniture pieces and she even features some of the items in her own home.
Finally nearing completion, Tanya and Alan are on the home stretch with their Irish countryside self-build. The couple have incorporated a mixtures of raw materials and textures, notably the exposed brick work that features throughout the property and outdoor fireplace, so it'll be exciting to follow their journey as they begin to make inject their personality into the house.
Ediana's botanical-inspired Westmeath home is a breath of fresh air. From soft green accents and luxe accessories to pretty plant displays, this home will give you all the inspiration you need to embrace nature into your home décor. Ediana really burst onto the interiors scene in 2019 and we expect great things for her in the year to come.
The couple behind this account are sharing all the home renovation tips that they've learned during the self-build journey over the last two years. We expect great things from this account as they continue to work on creating their dream home. If you're in a similar position and about to embark on your own self-build project, they have a heap of informative highlights which include everything from painting and plastering to windows and roofing.
Joanne McWey burst onto the Irish Interiors Insta-scene in a big way in 2019 and since then has been making very decorative waves with her pretty pictures. We love Joanne's positivity and we think she has lots and lots in store for 2020 - we're here for it.
From slate to charcoal, Joanne's home in Dublin features a beautiful mix of tonal greys which add a sense of sophistication to the space. This home is styled to perfection and with pops of lilac and blush throughout, it's definitely one to follow if you're a fan of this colour palette.
We predict this lovely account will grow and grow in 2020. Naomi, the homeowner, came to our attention as the November 2019 winner of the #MyHouseandHome challenge and we love the international flair of her interiors. Unusual juxtapositions, clever hacks and lovely accessories in the hands of a deft decorator - plus cute rescue hound Pippin - make this a must-do check-in.
If you're looking for inspiring Irish interiors Instagrammers, and you've not heard of our #myhouseandhome hashtag before, what are you waiting for? Head on over to the House and Home Instagram and dive headfirst into all that lovely Irish interiors inspiration. Every month we release a new list of home-related prompts so feel free to post along with us! There's a prize for the best each month, so besides meeting some of the best of the best in Irish interiors, you'll be in with the chance of winning something deadly - win, win!
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