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9 Interior Stylists You Should Already be Following

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Whether your taste leans more towards minimalism with crisp colour tones and clean lines or a bold aesthetic utilising colour, patterns and texture, you’re sure to find a style that inspires you here. Sit back and take a look at 10 amazing interior stylists and creatives that you should already be following.

To kick things off we have Lorraine Dawkins, a specialist in interiors, prop styling for food and creative consultancy. Some of our favourite images on her feed are the room sets she styles as a regular contributor to House Beautiful Magazine, and her impressive portfolio also includes clients such as Dulux, John Lewis and Sanderson. If you’re looking for a stylist with a keen eye for colour coordination and aesthetically pleasing symmetry then this is the account for you.

Next up we give you Olivia Gregory, a London based creative director, interior stylist, prop stylist and set designer. The former style editor at House and Garden Magazine has 5,358 followers on her Instagram account and it’s as plain as day to see why. The account elegantly showcases her own personal style as well as her incredible interior design ranging from Meditteranean aesthetics with biophilic design to more muted palettes.

Moving swiftly on we find Lucy Gough, an experienced interior stylist who also lectures at the prestigious Central St Martins. If you are not only looking for an account that will give you endless design inspiration, which this account 100% will, but one where you can actually learn about the industry and become a stylist yourself then this account is a must follow! Lucy offers a new online course where she will teach you everything needed to become an interior stylist, her styling truly is remarkable!

Looking for the complete stylist? Well look no further as Sally Cullen of Sally_Stylist is just that, specialising in still life Interior Styling, Content Design, Events Styling and is also a top draw location and prop finder. We love the glimpses of the behind the scenes content Sally gives us on her feed, with thought provoking captions and mood boards from her latest projects. As if this wasn’t enough, she is also a self-proclaimed colour enthusiast which makes for one of the most pleasing Instagram accounts you’re going to see today. What’s life without a bit of colour hey!

Sara Bird is next on our list, offering something slightly different to the rest of our entries so far. Ranging from classic to contemporary styling, Sara is a true creative offering a very diverse feed for your viewing pleasure. If you are keen on country chic then this is the account for you. As the style editor for country homes mag, you will get a true insight into country chic and its eclectic style that mixes antique furniture with pastels and florals that make for a dreamy account.

If you’re looking for a slightly more muted, crisp and clean aesthetic then Diana Civil’s account is the one for you. The co-founder of the styleproducers is an interior stylist as well as a creative director and set designer. Check out her account for earth tones, stripped back aesthetics and tons of texture.

Head over to Claudia Bryant’s account if you’re looking for a stylist that incorporates a lot of artwork into her design. Expect to see striking uses of paintings, feature walls and murals. The interior stylist, art direction and interior design consultant also utilises her art background to create incredible eye-catching shoots.

London based freelance interior and food prop stylist, Ali Brown features next on our list. Offering something slightly different to the rest of the accounts, Ali’s account isn’t solely confined to interior styling, and showcases a more broad and general insight into the world of styling and design. Check out her account for fascinating artwork, bold fashion design and crisp interior design as well as some artsy photography.

Last but by no means least we give you Jennifer Haslam, a stylist, interior stylist and food prop stylist. As well as offering an insight into her eclectic life she elegantly showcases her personal style as well her interior design, a beautiful blend between the ever famous minimalist Scandi style that has been so popular and a more contemporary sustainable aesthetic that utilises colour.