It’s not easy to find inspirational accounts on Twitter, and can often be quite a tiring searching experience. So, we’ve teamed up over here at Brightech and put together a list of Twitter’s Top 50 Interior Design Influencers that you must follow!
Because designers are especially good at working with the smallest spaces, it should come as no surprise that their Tweets are short, sweet and inspiring. Below are 50 of our favorite accounts to find inspiration, tips, and advice on anything and everything related to interior design.
Check them out:
1. Home Adore
HomeAdore.com is an online magazine that focuses on architecture and interior design.
They write about the best properties around and give the most comprehensive publicity they can to both skilled architects and interior designers. Follow them on Twitter!
2. Interior Design Magazine
Interior Design magazine is the most reliable source for interior design professionals. Their umbrella brand, Interior Design Media, is the global, industry-leading design publication, website, and events company tailored towards everyone interested in interior design, architectural and facility management.
Following them on Twitter will fill your feed with the most stunning interior design and home decor ideas.
Freshome is an unbelievable platform that has thousands of blogs and sites linked to theirs, offering a perfect source for interior design lovers and people wanting constant updates on the creative and dynamic world of design.
Follow them here!
4. Lonny Magazine
Lonny Magazine is filled with information on interior design trends, news, and exclusive home tours. Whan an absolute dream!
With a stream of information on the best accounts to follow, interior design ideas and celebrity influencers, we can’t get enough of their Twitter feed! have a look for yourself.
5. One Kindesign
One Kindesign was started to help others to get new and innovative ideas to design their own dream home, as well as discovering effective solutions to any problems you may have in your home.
Their site is an absolute haven for anyone who has a passion for architecture, design, lifestyle, luxury, travel, and innovation.
They have an archive of over 4,000 articles and 90,000 images on their vast website, so you are sure to leave inspired and ready for some creative changes in your home. Their Twitter feed is FULL of inspiration!
6. Contract Magazine
Contract magazine is a leading publication for both commercial interior design and architecture, creating a platform to connect professionals and covering projects, products, and practice issues that set the standards in the industry.
Contract magazine promotes the importance and benefit of commercial design by concentrating on the capability of designers to change business and institutional environments.
Check out their excellent and informative Twitter feed here!
7. IIDA Headquarters
According to their website, the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) is the Commercial Interior Design Association with a global reach. They support design professionals, industry affiliates, educators, students, firms and their clients through their network of 15,000+ members across 58 countries.
Unbelievable networking opportunities are available for everyone in the interior design community and their Twitter feed is full of news in the community and other fantastic information.
Follow them here!
8. Centsational Girl
Kate Riley is our @CentsantionalGrl, design lover, renovator, DIYer, and globetrotter living in Northern California’s Wine Country.
Her website says that her focus is writing about how to bring affordable style to your home, inspiring interior design, smart home improvement, and creative DIY projects. She gives tips and tricks whenever she changes a space or creates something new.
9. CA Home + Design
CA Home + Design are professionals in their field, with their own distinguished creative vision that motivates, informs and inspires designers and others interested in creativity. Their website features daily Products of the Day and trending articles – a designer’s absolute dream!
Their Twitter feed is the ultimate destination for design, art, architecture and real estate in California. Give them a follow!
10. Home Designing
Home Designing assist people in envisioning, designing and sustaining beautiful homes. They post inspiring visuals of modern homes, distinct spaces, architectural wonders, and new design trends.
Follow them on Twitter for your daily dose of exceptional homes, original architecture and stunning design.
11. abc carpet and home
ABC Carpet & Home is an e-commerce company based in New York that source goods that are created with sustainability and fair labor standards. Their focus is to raise the standards of the ordinary and ignite a shift in the global retail space. To captivate and cultivate a healthy home and a healthy planet for all.
We are obsessed with their eco-friendly outlook and love their Twitter feed, offering stunning, trendy and sustainable options for the home, no matter your style.
12. Material Girls
Looking for design inspiration? Well, you came to the right place! Material Girls are an interior design blog that gives solutions to life’s daily interior design dilemmas.
With a focus on Dallas, Houston, New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago, these ladies post about design festivals, awesome events and tips and suggestions for your interior design. Follow, follow, follow!
Mark and Theresa are the power couple who created MyFixItUpLife. Sharing their love of home, tools, color, design, DIY and more with the world, they entice their followers with updates on the remodeling of their home, which is 115-years-old!
Their Twitter feed is filled with lifestyle shots, interior design tips, and DIY ideas. A must follow!
14. The Design Sheppard
Stacey Sheppard is our favorite design guru. Her blog focuses on everything interior design from furniture, lighting, and flooring to kitchens, bathrooms and wallcoverings, the whole shebang!
Ranked as one of the top interior design blogs in the UK by organizations such as Cision, Vuelio, and HIBS100, this is one that shouldn’t skip your to-read list! Her Twitter page is impressive too, sharing funny content along with all her interior design inspiration. We love!
15. Arteriors Home
Arteriors Home create stunning home decor designs. They get their inspiration from their worldly travels, creating unique and beautiful designs for their customers.
Follow them on Twitter for stylish, trendy interior design ideas.
16. Southern Hospitality
With a deep passion for decorating and DIY projects, @SouthernRhoda teaches her readers how decorating a home doesn’t need to leave a hole in your pocket! After spending years thrifting at antique markets and yard sales, finding treasures that make a home unique, Rhoda inspires her readers to find their own inner creativity.
Her blog is also filled with DIY ideas, perfect for the hands-on designer who loves using their own creativity to brighten their interiors.
17. Uncommon Designs
Uncommon Designs is a platform that was created for creatives to share projects and help readers and visitors re-create their own versions of their ideas through detailed craft, home decor and holiday tutorials.
Follow her on Twitter for charming crafts, easy home decor projects, simple seasonal decorations, excellent party ideas and so much more!
18. Modern In Denver
Check them out!
Cassity is the powerhouse at the core of this brilliant blog. With a focus on DIY everything, her motto is ‘reduce, reuse, recycle, re-purpose, remodel’! Using old things in imaginative ways and reusing old building supplies in other projects, keeping up with her is never dull.
20. HOME&DESIGN Magazine
HOME&DESIGN magazine, published by Homestyles Media, Inc., is the top source for leisure customers who want to tap into the design and architecture communities in the Baltimore-Washington region, according to their website. Every issue of the magazine is filled with stimulating, content-rich articles and high-quality photography portraying the most exciting and trendy homes in DC, Maryland, and Virginia.
Definitely a follow to add to your list!
21. Maine Home+Design
Maine Home+Design is a magazine for those who live and breathe architecture, art, and good living. Its pages are filled with architectural masterpieces, design inspiration, compelling works of art, profiles of talented designers and craftspeople, and the latest design trends and industry news, according to their website.
Their Twitter account overflows with the latest in design news and architecture and interior design articles. Give ’em a follow!
22. Reviewed.com Home
Reviewed.com is a well-known website, bringing consumers the most extensive, accurate and reliable reviews possible, written by their team of product experts.
Their Twitter feed focuses on home features, posts on home design ideas and DIY tips, all perfect for the interior designer at heart!
23. Home Workshop
Kathy Barlow has created the most incredible design loving community with her website, Home Workshop. With articles focusing on design trends, color, and the latest furniture and accessories, you” have reading material for weeks. You’ll also learn design and decorating basics, be exposed to great designers and artists and learn some DIY for beautiful home projects.
Follow her on Twitter for all her updates!
24. College of Design
You may be wondering why we’ve got a college on this list, but there are plenty of reasons why the College of Design in Minnesota should be on your top followers list this year.”Through a unique commitment to creativity and advancing technologies, our mission is to lead, innovate, and educate in a full range of design fields.” – College of Design
Their Twitter feed is full of interior design news and latest trends, updates on their courses and industry event information, too.
25. Just a Girl
Chris is an incredibly creative lady who started the Just a Girl Blog! She loves to ‘create, decorate, and inspire-ate‘ and her focus is interior design ideas on a DIY budget – something we all need in our lives!
Follow her on Twitter to fill your feed with funny, inspirational and creative Tweets. You won’t regret it!
26. At Home in Arkansas
Published since 1996, At Home in Arkansas is the state’s leading home and lifestyle magazine. With a focus on ideas and inspirations, their Twitter feed is full of inspiring home design ideas, creative and trendy interior design posts and news in the interior design industry.
Follow them today!
27. Interior Designing Trends
Interior Designing Trends‘ focus is to make your home both beautiful and secure. The idea of walls and gates and the electric fence isn’t always so pretty, but they make sure that whether you want to renovate your home, change the interior, install any new appliance or remodel your home exteriors, they have all types of solutions catering to your needs – and they’re ALL stunning!
Follow them on Twitter for the latest tricks and tips about interior design and outdoor improvements to make your home more beautiful.
28. How to Nest for Less
Something we’re all always searching for is redecorating on a budget, and @nestforless have got our backs on this. Decorating and interior design can all be very costly things, but with a website dedicated to all of these subjects on a BUDGET, we just couldn’t resist.
29. Faith Sheridan
Faith Sheridan describes herself as an interior designer who focuses on tying her projects together in thoughtful and stylish ways. She ensures that although each space may function individually, they also flow together effortlessly to unify the whole home. Magic, we tell you!
30. Florida Homes Magazine
Founded in 2008, Florida Homes Magazine is the go-to source for anyone looking for information and inspiration for anything related to luxury real estate, residential design, and entertainment in Florida.
They showcase beautiful interiors, luxury real estate offerings, and Florida lifestyles in an entirely new and unique editorial style, sharing their knowledge on Twitter, too.
31. GPI Design
According to their website, GPI Design is an engineer-build firm that creates iconic features. Through the combination of translucent material sourcing, bespoke lighting design practices, and innovative structural methods, GPI teams with architects to cultivate statements that push the boundaries of design.
Recognized within the international design community for the seamless integration of natural materials with lighting and structure, GPI has become a leader in expressive signature works.
32. Studio O+A
Studio O+A are agenda-setters in the design world! An Interior and Architectural Design Firm based in San Francisco, they will transform your brand into a story to showcase to the world.
Their Twitter feed is filled with inspiration from all the projects that they’ve done, giving you a glimpse into the magical interior designing world of Studio O+A. Give them a follow!
33. Julie Blanner
Julie Blanner is the voice behind a stylish lifestyle blog filled with DIY inspiration for entertaining, home design and gift-giving! Over the past 10 years, she’s featured in Domino Magazine, Style Me Pretty Living, Better Homes and Gardens and Traditional Home, and featured on tons of online television and media platforms.
Her tweets are inspirational. Super creative. She’s quirky. We love this gal!
34. KCL-IDESIGN, LLC
Honestly, we couldn’t have said it better ourselves:
‘Kimberly Lyons is the principal interior designer and founding owner of KCL-IDESIGN, LLC (Interior Design Studio). She has been slaying interiors since forever and refuses to partake of what is known as the norm when transforming spaces. This overcharged and crazed interior designer lives for going outside the box, and is not afraid to break some design rules.’
Her love and passion for interior design come from a deeply rooted philosophy, which is designing from within; from the soul, and it is always about living, breathing, and loving interior design!
With over 3000 Twitter followers, this game-changer is definitely a must-follow!
35. Robb Report
Robb Report is a luxury journal focusing on a specific audience who share an appreciation and desire for quality, artisanship, heritage, elegant design, and exclusivity.
Always on top of the latest superlative products and experiences that today’s modern consumers seek, Robb Report is synonymous around the world with affluence, luxury, and the best of the best.
Give them a follow!
36. Lauren Nelson
Lauren Nelson has an incredible blog on interiors, style, travel, and beauty, based in New York City. Her posts include those on vintage pieces, decorating and endless interior design inspiration.
Get approved entry to her Twitter page and you’ll be one of the almost 3000 who are treated to her wise words and creative posts!
37. Hord Coplan Macht
An award-winning firm, Hord Coplan Macht offer planning, architecture, landscape architecture, interior design, and historic preservation services in Baltimore, Denver, and Alexandria.
With the goal of creating functional yet inspiring spaces with the principles of innovation, thoughtful design, technical strength, collaboration, and financial responsibility, their work is impeccable.
Following them on Twitter is pretty much an honor!
38. Florida Design Magazine
Florida Design Magazine is a MUST-read when it comes to furnishing your home or making changes to your interior design.
Filled with inspiration, ideas, creative DIY solutions and more, Florida Design is dedicated to readers who appreciate exceptional interior design, furnishings, architecture and a luxurious lifestyle. That is just totally us 😉
Their Twitter feed is filled with unbelievable inspo and gorgeous interiors. Take a look for yourself.
39. Boston Design Guide
Boston Design Guide is not just like any other design magazine. Its searchable format, advertorials, insider tips, and in-depth features allow homeowners not only to envision but realize their ultimate sanctuary, the home that they’ve dreamed of forever.
As a resource for high-end home design, their Twitter feed is full of incredible imagery, stories, and dreamy interiors.
SeattleStagedToSell is a passionate boutique home staging and design company. They offer home staging and interior design services for anyone looking for the most stylish designs. Winner of the
Winners of the Houzz Best Design Award five years in a row, we highly recommend that you follow these professionals on Twitter for constant inspiration!
41. IDS National
One of the country’s largest design organizations dedicated to serving the residential interior design industry, IDS National provides support to professional interior design entrepreneurs nationwide. What an incredible company, right!
They showcase interior designers from all over the country on their Twitter feed, inspiring thousands in creative and professional ways.
42. Mid-CenturyStyle Mag
Mid-CenturyStyle Mag is a magazine about all things Mid-Century, with a focus on preservation and recreation of lost styles and passions from the 1950s and 1960s. What an absolute vibe!
They focus on featuring current events on the preservation of commercial and residential buildings in danger and hope to educate people on preserving and not destroying any homes with historical value.
A different take on interior design, and we love it. Give them a follow!
43. STL Homes + Lifestyles
According to their website, St. Louis Homes + Lifestyles magazine highlight distinctive urban and suburban homes, outdoor living spaces and communities unique to the St. Louis area.
Committed to delivering fresh and engaging content that features cutting-edge design for the luxury home enthusiast, each issue brings exclusive features, departments, and resources to their readers that highlight local homes, developments, design trends, remodeling projects, artisans and much more — creating inspirational content that provides solutions and creates product activity.
Love love love! Follow follow follow!
Pacific Design Center is the West Coast’s premier Interior Design resource! Our favorite part of this remarkable organization? They have a 1.6 million-square-foot campus that showcases nearly 100 boutique to international showroom brands, representing 2,200 product lines available to the source by professional interior designers, architects, facility managers, decorators, and dealers. Dream!!
They’re continually tweeting design inspiration and we honestly cannot get enough of their feed!
45. Darleen Laningham
“Interior decorating with the home decor accent mark on personal style is the heart and soul of my existence. I like to talk about the things in life that bring me joy, but I love to listen to what brings joy to others. When I am passionate about something a conversation is in the making.” – Darlene Laningham
This incredibly creative woman is a constant source of design inspiration and her Twitter feed is proof. Look for yourself!
46. Melina Divani
Melina Divani’s passion is deco and interior design, and channels all her energy into her blog. Decoholic offers the latest interior design trends, ideas, new product designs, home decorating photos and picture galleries, and is definitely worth the browse!
Check her out on Twitter for the latest in interior design trends, fun ideas, and unlimited deco inspiration!
47. Gotham Gardener
@NYCGardenDesign offers you a sneak peek into Amber Freda’s world of NYC garden design and interior design projects that you can never see from the street. Although her focus is landscaping, green is suitable for indoors too and you’re sure to find inspo among her incredible posts and tweets!
48. Jennifer & Austin
A true story of perseverance and hard work, Jennifer and Austin Handler have an interior design business focusing on projects in the Hamptons. Over the last decade, Mabley Handler has grown to become one of the leading design firms in the Hamptons, and Jennifer and Austin’s Hamptons interior design work has been featured in numerous publications!
Follow them on Twitter for some awesome inspiration!
49. Design Chic
A mother and daughter from North Carolina, @mydesignchic is run by two amazingly creative women who know that home is one of the very foundations of life, that creating a space surrounded by things you love is one of the best ways to express yourself and find meaning.
“It isn’t about the size of your house or the quality of your furniture – and it certainly isn’t about being perfect; it’s about creating a place that feels authentically you and designing a canvas that evolves as you do.” – Beth and Kristy
50. Melissa Andersen
Last, but certainly not least, Melissa Anderson. As she describes herself: Interior Design, Home, & Handmade: Writer, Blogger, Editor, Social Media Specialist, Addict; Chief Everything Officer at A Good Yarn.
She’s awesome. She’s inspirational. Give her a follow!
That pretty much sums up our list of fave interior design influencers to follow on Twitter. Now, go! Follow, follow, follow and fill your feed with incredible inspiration and the most beautiful interiors you’ve ever seen!