14 May The 7 Best NYC Interior Designers on Instagram
As a window treatment store in New York City, our team is constantly on the lookout for new interior design trends and inspiration. While magazines and Pinterest have been our go-tos for the last few years, Instagram (and its new feature that allows you to save photos) has recently de-throned both to become been our favorite source to turn to for a constant (literally) stream of beautiful decor shots.
If you’re looking for a little design inspiration for your NYC abode, here are 10 of the best NYC interior designers on Instagram, from up-and-comers to tried-and-true design moguls.
(@alexahamptoninc, https://www.instagram.com/alexahamptoninc/ )
The interior design mogul (and royalty, her father was renowned designer Mark Hampton) shares photos from her finished projects and furniture she loves, but equally as inspiring are shots from her travels, shopping trips, and industry events.
(@hernandezgreene, https://www.instagram.com/hernandezgreene/ )
This design duo is currently one of New York’s hottest, and we love seeing shots of their modern, neutral, oh-so-chic designs in our feed.
The team of Alyssa Kapito and Vivian Muller are up-and-coming, and fast. We’re not the only ones who love their photos. The editors at Elle Decor recently included them on a list of their 10 favorite designers to follow in instagram.
Many of our clients love traditional design, and there are few better people to turn to for inspiration in the style than legendary New York City designer Bunny Williams. Here @BunnyWilliamsHome account showcases her furniture collection in action, in addition to spaces she’s designed.
Benjamin Vandiver has offices in both Nashville and New York, but his simple, streamlined and sophisticated style is the stuff every small-space-dwelling Manhattanite’s dreams are made of (and he shares lots of photos of it on his account).
Victoria Hagan is among the most recognized and talented designers in the city, and the snapshots of her projects are a glimpse into how the other half lives.
The uber-talented designer’s account is not just a portfolio of his best work (though there’s that on there, too), but an example of his well-honed aesthetic across fashion, travel, and architecture, too. He’ll inspire you to figure out your style.
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