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20+ Super-Trendy Rooms Getting Lots of Love on Instagram

October 08, 2021

These designers and bloggers know how to curate cute spaces and inspiring Instagram pages. Read: They've got some totally heart-able home ideas! Check out some of their most popular images — you may even want to hit that blue follow button afterwards.

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Photo: Kara Whitten. From: HGTV Magazine.

An Airy Bathroom Update From @kailochic

“I refreshed the bathroom in the art studio behind my house for less than $100! To give the walls color, I stamped them with paint using rectangular foam brushes — cutting off their corners created irregular shapes," says Kara Whitten (@kailochic). "Then I made my basic Ikea vanity not basic by gluing wood trim boards onto the drawers with Liquid Nails. The pulls are brass ones I covered in strips of leather and color-blocked with pink crafts paint. I love the new airy look.”

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@houseonasugarhill's Mini Outdoor Retreat

“When my vegetable garden got to be too much to handle, I turned part of it into a mini retreat," says Jodi Bond (@houseonsugarhill). "I removed a few beds and built an 8-foot-by-12-foot patio out of pressure-treated pine boards attached with deck fasteners beneath. After doing a tan color stain, I created a geometric pattern using painter’s tape for straight lines and a half-circle stencil for the curves, then filled them in with pink- and brown-tinted stains. It looks great, and no weeding!”

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Photo: Amy M. Weir

@delineateyourdwelling's Textured Dining Room

“This room is used all the time, not just for meals but for crafting and homework, too, and I wanted it to have lots of personality," says Amy Weir (@delineateyourdwelling). "Balancing different textures and materials — wood, wicker, metal, greenery and even a feature wall of diamond vinyl decals — creates a modern eclectic vibe.”

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Photo: Hannah Lozano Photography. From: HGTV Magazine.

A DIY Office Space by @liveprettyonapenny

“I’d been wanting to refresh my home office, and then I spotted a $10 cork board at a thrift store," says DIY-er Erin (@liveprettyonapenny). "I popped off the skinny frame and covered the cork with fabric from Hobby Lobby using spray adhesive. I built a chunkier frame out of wood pieces that I’d spray-painted Gloss White by Krylon and screwed on corner brackets I’d painted gold for a campaign furniture effect. This simple project kicked off a whole room redo!”

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