Top 5 Interior Instagram Accounts February 02 2020

I love seeing my products in peoples homes.  It's even more thrilling when they have a beautiful nest to show off.
I have been lucky enough to be able to work with some amazingly talented people in the last few years. 
I will list a few of my favourites here, in no particular order,  so you can drool over their palaces. 
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Lily Sawyer doesn't have over 77k followers for nothing. This account is practically flawless. 
Lily manages to have true maximalist style. Your eye is drawn in so many directions at once, but somehow it manages to look completely uncluttered and inviting. 
I'm not going to pretend to know how she does this, I'm just going to enjoy it. Check out how she styled my Gallinule cushion in this bedroom makeover. 
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dark bedroom
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Despite being titled 'My Dark Home', Eniko's place never looks gloomy. 
In her kitchen she has inky blue cupboards and black walls. However she pairs this with white tiles and a white floor and ceiling.
The room is topped off with a glorious skylight, so it manages to look airy and bright. 
In her lounge her walls are an unforgiving shade of matt black with monochrome artwork. She softens this with a dusky pink velvet sofa and fluffy dried plants. It looks amazing! THIS is how to do dark interiors. 
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dark lounge
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There is an abundance of pink, green and navy on this account. The limited colour palette works so well to bring all the design elements together. 
Vintage botanical prints sit alongside lush real plants and stroke-able velvet furniture. 
Eclectic cushions, small gold details and a rather handsome cat forced me to collaborate with Keri. My Deep Sea collection works perfectly with her sophisticated navy kitchen. 
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navy kitchen
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What I love about Mindy's house is that her design choices are often so different from my own. She will paint a wall half pink and half yellow with a random diagonal stripe. Then she will add a leopard print rug. If an interior designer described this to me I would probably smile and nod, whilst backing away slowly and preparing to flee. BUT, Mindy not only pulls it off, she makes you want it too!
She has a fantastic eye for animal ornaments and prints. Her eccentric style is just uniquely wonderful. I often find myself coming back to see what she has been up to. 
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lounge inspiration
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Mel had a huge project on her hands when she moved into a little victorian terrace. She had a small budget for renovations, which makes the result even more impressive. 
I love the way she styled my Ibis cushion on a mustard chair. I would never have picked that colour combo but it works SO well. 
My favourite part of Mel's house is her gorgeous tiled hallway. However I must admit to an unbecoming jealousy of her child's bedroom, with it's lovely botanical wallpaper and cute animal map. 
If you want to know more about Mel's house and her mission to banish the beige, check out my interview with her here. 
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dark walls
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Well that's my top 5 interior accounts to check out this week. I'm sure I will add more soon. I have worked with so many wonderful people who have given me house inspiration and goals. 
If you have any Wilful Ink products in your home I would LOVE to see a picture. 
You can tag me on Instagram or simply email me at info@wilfulink.com
I am currently giving away 30% discount codes if I can use your images on my feed so do get in touch.