The 10 Design Influencers You Need To Know About

Some new faces (and room inspo!) for your feed.

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If you're anything like us, there's no such thing as too many beautiful interiors filling up your Instagram feed. We're constantly searching for new, inspiring accounts and people doing incredible, unique things in the design world, so if you're in need of some new sources of inspiration, you've come to the right place. These are the designer influencers you absolutely need to know about right now.

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1 Sarah Yates Mora

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Sarah Yates Mora is the writer behind the blog, A House In The Hills. A photographer and interior designer, her photos have a light and airy, almost ethereal quality to them—and the rooms themselves are swoon-worthy. If boho is your jam, this is the account to follow.

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2 Dabito

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Warning: This feed is not for the color shy. Yellow, green, coral — literally anything goes, and his super fun and bright house will make you want to book a trip to New Orleans ASAP.

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3 Jenni Kayne

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Like Amber Lewis, Jenni Kayne is all about the California-cool decor, but with more of an emphasis on simplicity and natural elements. It's modern minimalism at its most chic. Oh, and in addition to showing off gorg rooms, you can also buy many of the pieces in them from her online store. Go ahead and take all our money.

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4 Vintage Revivals

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There's no shortage of eye-catching interiors on this feed, but our favorite part is that not only is Mandi Gubler decorating these spaces, but she's also getting hands-on with serious DIY renos — like these insane kitchen floor tiles.

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5 William McLure

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Take everything you think you feel about Southern interiors and throw it out of the window. The Alabama based interior designer takes the traditional decor and makes it fun, modern, and seriously sexy. He's also an artist, so modern art fans, you need this filling up your feed.

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6 Justina Blakeney

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Justina's lifestyle brand is called "The Jungalow," a rainforest-y take on boho. Prepare to go wild for her look.

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7 Design Loves Detail

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Mollie describes her design aesthetic as contemporary coastal eclectic, so you'll find light, airy spaces for days on her feed. She just built her third house, and we're dying over the laid-back, natural vibe.

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8 Natalie Myers

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Though the California designer's favorite color palette is mude, black, and white, when she plays with color, she gets it so right. Expect lots of modern interiors (and vintage textiles) on this feed.

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9 Studio McGee

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The husband and wife team behind Studio McGee will fill your feed with bright, clean, and collected spaces that put a mix of styles together in a thoughtful way. Their aesthetic is beautiful, but totally approachable.

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10 Brady Tolbert

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If you love Emily Henderson, go and follow Brady Tolbert, pronto. He's her creative director, but a designer in his own right, so expect a similar aesthetic, but with a bit more masculine energy.

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