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Field Notes Pick: Top Interior Instagrams to Follow

For all your instagram-ing needs, Field Notes has compiled a list of our top interior accounts to follow at the moment:

@stevecordony  Coco Republic’s favourite Interior Design Editor and all-round talent, Steve Cordony posts beautifully styled images from behind-the-scenes at Belle Magazine, Sydney’s top events, lust worthy interiors showrooms, and everything in between.  If you’ve ever wondered what a day in the life of a design editor looks like, Steve Cordony’s account is for you.

@townhousemag A cleverly curated selection of contemporary architecture, inspired gardens, and all-round beautiful interiors, townhousemag brings you out-of-the-ordinary homes from around the world.

@myinterior  The myinterior accounts has a little bit of everything for everyone – from the cool and contemporary to the beautifully traditional, this is a regularly updated feed for the interiors obsessed.

@apparatusstudio  New York lighting designers Apparatus Studio have a lust-worthy instagram account filled with forward thinking lighting and object designs, along with inspirational interiors and cleverly curated original photographs.

@interiorvoyage A curated account of all things elegant and contemporary, interiorvoyage is a blissful blog roll of clever interior ideas and modern styling.  Think clean, white and black interiors filled with light and balance.

@marymcdonald  Self proclaimed “internationally acclaimed interior designer and tastemaker”, LA based designer Mary McDonald is one of the stars on Million Dollar Decorator and is currently working on her second interior book.  Perhaps more celebrity than designer, her instagram account posts the best of American and international style trends, finds and ideas.

Have we missed anyone?  Comment below and let us know who your favourite interior design instagram account is.

Don’t forget to follow @cocorepublic on instagram too – for daily interiors inspiration and updated from Field Notes.

Beth F