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Moving house and stuck for inspiration?

Or maybe you're just nosy AF and want to know how other people decorate their homes to perfection. 

Here are 10 of SHEmazing HQ's favourite interior design and decor pages on Instagram: 

10. Niamh Tones of Home

Wicklow-based interior designer Niamh Dowling is giving us an insight into her interiors inspo with her mood board-style feed. 

From edgy artwork to shots of doggos, this is one up-and-coming Instagram we can't unfollow. 


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Emily Henderson has the literary credentials to back up her eye for interiors. 

Author of the book STYLED, blogger Emily posts aspirational yet comfortable rooms and deadly videos of different ways to decorate the same room format. 


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GAFF is an online interiors mag that literally gives us apartment goals and makes our interiors wish list extend every time we go on. 


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7. Industry Design

If you live in Dublin, you're probably well aware of lifestyle store turned cafe Industry & Co. 

Every nook and cranny of the place is stuffed with gorgeous bits to turn any house into a very chic home. 


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6. Interiori_beauty

If you are a fan of luxury interiors inspo – this account is for you. 

Full of deep claw foot tubs, dramatic sweeping staircases, lush gardens and sumptuous living spaces, this new page is carefully curated to expensive tastes. 


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5. Apartment Therapy

This seriously popular account showcases some of the best ways to make them most of an apartment space.

4. Studio EGD

Artist and interior design fan Emily uses her 'gram to showcase her painting and her fave design inspo. 

From framed watercolours to perfectly arranged shelves, this soothing account keeps us scrolling through to the end. 

3. Design Milk

If you prefer modern design to classic, then this is the page for you. 

Punctuated with eclectic art, minimal and modern structures and perfectly designed products, this page is exactly what the maximalist soul craves. 


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2. My House is Home 

A little more hygge style than the others, this comfy, cosy looking feed is giving us interiors inspo for the winter season.

Full of soft fuzzy throws and comforting decor ideas, this bedroom oriented page is goals.


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1. Dust Dublin

When Dust isn't selling innovative new products, they're updating their ever-growing Instagram page. 


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Calling all pet owners!

IKEA has just launched an exciting to range of pint-sized furniture, specially designed for your furry friends.

The new range, cleverly named 'Lurvig' (the Swedish word for 'hairy'), offers everything from dog beds and couch covers to scratching posts and feeding bowls, all in keeping with the slick and simplistic style the furniture company is so famous for.

A spokesperson for IKEA said:

"Created by pet loving designers with support from trained veterinarians, the range covers all the bases of our shared life with pets indoors and out, so you and your pet can enjoy your home together."

The new collection has hit stores in the US, Canada, France and Japan , and although there is no official date for an Irish release, it's reported that the range will be rolled out in other stores across the world from March 2018.

In the meantime though, you and your doggo can drool over what's to come.



Are you in the process of a little interior design project, and looking for inspiration?

Well, if you also happen to be a HUGE Disney fan (guilty), then get ready to be overwhelmed with inspiration. 

The wonderful Ethan Allen has released a magical range of Mickey Mouse inspired furniture, and it is DIVINE. 

The collection contains everything from vases and rugs, to couches and beds – no stone will go unturned if you want a Disney-filled home. 

The high-quality, elegantly designed pieces incorporate Mickey Mouse in the most subtle way, from the mouse-ear-shaped ottoman to the 3D wall-art pieces that would be perfect in a sophisticated nursery. 

Now, as you can only imagine, these gorgeous homeware items do not come cheap, but hey, they might be worth the investment?

Check out all the pictures, and try not to fall in love (we dare you!)



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It's around that time of year again when thoughts of sandals and bikini tops slowly turn to warm fires and wool blankets – and honestly, we're not mad about it. 

Naturally the darker evenings and colder weather lead us to spend more time indoors, meaning now is the perfect time to upgrade your home interiors before settling in for the season ahead. 

From bohemian lighting to velvet cushions, this AW is all about making statements and we've rounded up some of this year's hottest trends to get your creative juices flowing. 

1. Bold Textures 

Whether it's a chunky knit, velvet bedding or faux fur furnishings, interesting textures are huge for AW17. 

A few simple cushions or a luxurious throw can add a real element of warmth and cosiness, without breaking the bank.  

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2. Dark Green

While many of us tend to shy away from dark interiors, the addition of rich colour adds depth to any living space – as long as you don't over do it, of course. 

If you've got a dodgy chest of drawers or a bedside table that's seen better days, why not give your furniture a new lease of life with a fresh lick of dark green paint?

Combined with a neutral background, this usual colour combination works a treat for the season ahead.

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3. Rustic Lighting

With darker evenings approaching fast, lighting is an important feature in any home.

And if you're looking to stay on trend this AW – bohemian is better. 

Shut the curtains and transform your room into a Moroccan paradise (even if the weather outside is miserable). 

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4. Brass

Goodbye copper, hello brass! 

When used sparingly, this metal can add a touch of warmth and class to any room – but be careful, it can be easy to go overboard.

 Be sure to incorporate it alongside other colours and textures, but seeing as it goes with pretty much everything, finding a match shouldn't be a problem. 

Frames and flowers pots work especially well. 

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5. Patterned Duvets

When it comes to bedding, minimalism is out and eye-catching design is in. 

From tropical to paisley, your bed is one of the few places in your home where you have the freedom to mix colours, texture and patterns as you choose – go wild! 

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So, the weather outside might be unpredictable, but that doesn't mean our homes don't deserve a summer facelift. 

From splashes of colour, to fresh scents, there are loads of simple ways you can update your home for the season ahead. 

Here's just a few ideas to inspire your inner designer. 

Botanical Prints

Tropical prints were all over the catwalk for SS17 and now it's time your home interiors got in on the fun.

From ceramic pineapples to palm tree cushions, this trend will inject a breath of fresh air into any living space.

So, even if it's bucketing down outside, simply shut the curtains and relax in your own tropical paradise.  

Climbing Plants

According to Pinterest, climbing plants are a huge trend in home interiors this year.

Traditionally this look would have only featured on the exterior walls of a house, but these winding plants have found a way indoors and actually look super chic in a living room or kitchen.

It can be hard to train plants to grown in the right direction, but all your efforts will be worth it when all your friends are drooling over this statement feature.  


Another trend that isn't going anywhere fast is the bright and beautiful patterns of Morocco.

Whether it's a statement cushion or a simple lantern, the vivid colours and strong textures will add a sense of exotic adventure to any room.

Denim Blue

Designers are shying away from the monochrome colour schemes and are instead opting for a much softer approach.

While they may not be the brightest choice, navy and deep-blue tones provide a fresh yet cosy atmosphere.

New View 

Let's face it, most of us have never even considered the option of pointing our furniture at anything other than the television, but with longer days and shorter nights, it might be nice to enjoy a new view for the summer months. 

Consider rearranging some of the chairs in your living room – not only will it shift the focus of the room, but it will also appear bigger and brighter as a result. 

Shout out to Better Homes & Gardens for this genius idea. 

Summer Scents

Fill your home with the scents of the outdoors for that ultimate summer feel.

Pack away the spiced cinnamon candle you've been lighting since last Christmas and replace it with something more seasonal.

Marine, fruity and cotton scents are all good choices for the summer months.



Going to Ikea is more than just a shopping trip – it's an experience in its own right.

From pretending to eat in the showroom kitchens, to actually eating your weight in delicious Swedish meatballs, each stage is just as important as the last.

And while there are few greater ways to spend a Sunday afternoon, news that the furniture giant may start a home delivery service has gotten us very excited.

According to Reuters, Ikea has teamed up with Amazon in a move that will see the furniture retailer start to sell its products through third party digital platforms.

While Amazon's involvement has not yet been confirmed, Reuters reckon the two companies are a natural fit for each other.

Speaking to the news agency, Ikea Group Chief Executive, Torbjorn Loof, said, "On digital platforms, we only sell our products through our own website, and there we also see that the competitive landscape is changing."

He added, "I leave unsaid on which (platforms), but we will test and pilot, to see 'what does this mean, what does digital shopping look like in future and what do digital shopping centres mean?'."

Sure, nothing could ever replace the thrill of finding that flat-pack chair buried in the back of the warehouse, but we have to admit, an online shopping option would make things a whole lot easier.