Tamsin Johnson Interior

8 creatives to start following for some serious design inspiration

Garner an insight into the world’s most inspiring design by following these Instagram accounts that are abundant with fresh ideas. 

@studiolowsheen
A goldmine for those with a penchant for muted palettes, lavish outdoor areas and purist architecture, @studiolowsheen — aka architectural designer Brent Lee — boasts inspiration in spades.

@carawoodhouseinteriors
New York City-based Cara Woodhouse Interiors has an impressive repertoire of projects, each of which showcases alluring furniture in Woodhouse’s distinctive, modernistic style.

@ashleytstark
Checking off decor, furnishings and even minor home accoutrements, Ashley Stark, influencer and Creative Director of Stark Carpets, delivers finished projects that serve as full room inspiration. 

@mdezeiner
Interior architecture student Marlene Zeiner Borthen posts a revolving door of projects bursting with refined home decor, each of which makes a bold case for simple minimalism.

@ninatakesh
Whether it’s showcasing a slick blue lacquered kitchen, unexpected use of marble or simply a standout lighting fixture, interior designer Nina Takesh is reminding us that the devil is in the details. 

@roseuniacke
London-based Rose Uniacke offers her followers an arsenal of simple but luxurious interiors, utilising her roles as designer and antiques dealer to bring a glorious blend of antiques and new pieces to the fore.

@ianschrager
As one of the most sought-after visionaries, it comes as no surprise that hotelier, real estate developer and Co-Founder of Studio 54, Ian Schrager, has an Instagram worthy of poring over. 

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@tamsinjohnson
Sydney-residing Tamsin Johnson is responsible for a number of fine interiors, all of which display her distinctive effortless and elegant style. Her impeccable taste makes for an incredibly inspirational ‘gram.

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