Design all the way! The five Instagram profiles to follow to stay right up-to-date

The emerging trends in the interior decoration sector, straight from the digital universe

Autumn doesn’t just mean a new season – and a new wardrobe. The new light filtering into our homes offers an excellent opportunity to review and rethink the arrangement of some objects and to introduce new ones, bringing a breath of fresh air and renewal into the home. Instagram is an inexhaustible source of inspiration, and furnishing and design now too have their digital influencers with a passionate interest in the home. There are hundreds of different ideas and solutions out there, right there on our phones, ranging from shabby chic furnishings to minimal or more sophisticated elegance. You’ll find inspiration for giving your home a makeover in 4 must-follow Instagram accounts (plus a special one we’ve chosen just for you):


Jennifer Hagler is a US interior designer and blogger. She devised her blog with the aim of creating a place where anyone can share new ideas, and it’s gradually become an authentic design and lifestyle site. If you’re a fan of a minimal yet painstakingly created style, her Instagram profile is an endless source of ideas. Jennifer offers a variety of inspirations, with a distinct preference for black and white. In her fabulous, detailed shots, the designer succeeds in creating a relaxing atmosphere, also offering suggestions on the colour of furnishing objects and how to arrange them, from lamps to stools, right down to candles. (@amerrymishap)

2.Appunti di casa

Valentina Raviolo calls herself an “interior lover”, with a passion for Nordic style. In 2010, the interior stylist created a blog aimed at those who enjoy taking care of their home, finding original solutions and bringing a touch of creativity to customising their living environment. If you’re looking for ideas able to mix design with low-budget, vintage and modern solutions, colour and monochrome, her Instagram profile is a must. (@appuntidicasa)

3. Jonathan Adler

An extravagant American interior designer, Jonathan Adler has become very much a celebrity in the USA as a ceramist. He began shaping objects in his youth, and became famous by selling his creations to the US luxury objects chain Barney’s New York. On his website you can find lamps, teapots, cups and vases in an irreverent, often surreal style. The same provocative style is evident on his Instagram profile, where Jonathan plays around with pictures and prints, showing us original ways of arranging them within different furnishing styles. (@jonathanadler)

4. Jaime Derringer

Jaime Derringer is a true design, blogging and social media expert. She calls herself a Jersey girl, and today inspires over a million people. Her posts really make you feel you’re absorbing her passion for the beauty and style of interiors by osmosis, and she’s guaranteed to keep you right up to date on the coolest trends of the moment, with lots of suggestions you can pick up and adapt for a creative approach to furnishing. (@designmilk)

5. Ceramiche Coem

Minimalist style, material inspirations and elegant atmospheres: on Ceramiche Coem’s Instagram page, you’ll find a host of interesting suggestions to bring a personal touch to your living spaces. The account also features shots from architects, interior designers and customers with a passion for furnishing styles who love to share their projects created with the help of Ceramiche Coem collections. Lots of events and design salons are featured on the channel, and these are appointments not to be missed, in which Coem takes part with its own striking exhibition spaces and photos of which are always published on the account with an original slant. Stone Vibrations, for instance, is the title Coem has chosen for its participation in Cersaie 2018, and also thanks to Instagram, users were able to admire the exhibition and discover the latest collections, presented straight from the event. This is an interesting digital window on all the new developments and the creativity of the Made in Italy concept. (@ceramichecoem)