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Instagrammable Interiors? Yes, Please!

by Michelle Hanley
20th Aug 2015


Have you every wondered how interiors displays on Instagram look so good? Well, we’ve collected all the tips you need to curate your home displays like a pro in our September-October issue, out now. See inside it for tips on how to set up your display and take interiors-mag-worthy photos with your phone. Scroll down to get some inspiration for different nooks of your nest.

To help you figure out the’spots where you can create a curated display, check out the layouts of these pristine homes room by room…

Whether your style is dramatic monochrome or laidback rustic, a careful collection of only your best bathroom products and accessories makes a dramatic overall effect.

Bathroom Curate

Dining room
Hooks are a great way to show off your cooking/dining gems and are far easier to maintain on a daily basis than a bar for tea towels and aprons. Be sure not to overcrowd the wall and keep it to a minimum, like what’s pictured here. The?Japanese-style table set-up is a great example of how to create a well-thought-out setting with an aesthetic whole.

Curate Dining A

The kitchen is oftentimes a mountain of clutter and difficult to keep pared back. These images, however, would entice you to keep to a small and perfectly formed cookspace?collection. We love the use of the bamboo bar to hang dried herbs, ladles and other accessories??handy and difficult to clutter.

Kitchen Curate
Images:, Walker Zanger

Your desk is a key?place to keep organised,?thus?encouraging?a clean mind for creative thinking.

Office curate

Sitting room
If the entire’sitting room is too difficult to curate, why not try a bookshelf, sideboard or coffee table? You never know: you might get hooked.

Sitting room curate

Housing an eye-catching display of the bare necessities by your bedside will do wonders for your mood first thing – and for any budding fashion blogger having an Instagrammable wardrobe would be the icing on the cake.

Beadroom Curate

Don’t forget to pick up our brand-new?issue for for 11 great tips on how to create a curated display and the best ways to photograph your creation. Get snapping and tag us on Instagram (@image_interiors) to show off your designs!

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