7 Super-Trendy Rooms Getting Lots of Love on Instagram

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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January 15, 2020
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Instagram Handle: @reserve_home

“My plan was to make my living room really comfy and play up the architectural details, since the building is from 1901,” says @reserve_home blogger Mallory Fletchall. “It’s why I chose soft textures and muted colors. A hanging chair highlights the tall ceiling. The cake painting, by Amy Kligman, was a birthday gift from my now fiancé. It’s cool how the original molding frames it.”

Instagram Handle: @studiolifestyle_

“Fresh and serene was our vision for this bedroom in the Bahamas,” say designers Shannon Wollack and Brittany Zwickl of the @studiolifestyle_ Instagram account. “To fit the girls’ two full-size beds in the smallish space, they had to be close together. The solution: one long custom headboard, upholstered in a cotton-linen-blend fabric. Blush pink — always an Insta favorite! — supersoft blankets with fringe, and a fluffy shag rug complete the cozy.”

Instagram Handle: @gypsytan

“When I decorated my bedroom in my new place, I wanted it to be the coziest spot,” says Instagram influencer Sabrina Tan. “I paired pink velvet chairs I already had with a blue velvet bed from Wayfair and a supersoft blanket. A lot of my followers ask about the hat rack. I made it with a piece of copper pipe, rope, and clothespins. Displaying a favorite collection is always a homey touch.”

Instagram Handle: @justinablakeney

“A laundry closet or laundry room is a great spot to give bold colors a go,” says designer Justina Blakeney. “We ended up going with a stackable washer and dryer. It’s easy enough to use a step stool, and worth it to save the space. The floating shelf usually holds laundry detergents, unless I’m styling a photo! I can always close the doors … not that I ever want to.”

Instagram Handle: @alisonkandler_interiordesign

“The scalloped range hood is always a favorite feature in my English cottage kitchen,” says designer Alison Kandler. “I had it custom-made. With the painted checkered floors, a powder blue Lacanche range, a poppy island in coral and flower drawer pulls, there’s such a charming, whimsical feel.”

Instagram Handle: @michellecgage

“This is funkier than your typical dining room,” says designer Michelle Gage. “I love the combo of loud-and-proud wallpaper, two modern floral light fixtures instead of one, and dipped chairs. Still, we honored our 1920s home’s heritage — we added molding to look like its original. Now the room is worthy of entertaining … and Instagram!”

Instagram Handle: @dabito

“Believe it or not, transforming my aunt’s living room in her new house in Denver, Colorado, basically took 24 hours,” says blogger Dabito of Old Brand New. “It’s filled with stuff you don’t have to be a designer to buy. I went for neutral main pieces, then played with patterns. I love showing people how easy and inexpensive decorating can be.”