A peek inside the homes of 7 top fashion influencers

We’re nearing the end of Spring, but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to hit your abode with a thorough sort-out and revamp. It could be the lacklustre study nook perpetually accumulating dust, or that tired bedroom corner craving a solid sprucing… whatever’s not sitting quite right in your current dwelling setup – 7 of our favourite style influencers are here for a healthy dose of home #inspo.

It’s time to take a walk through these It Girls’ glorious homes and take note as their style seeps through the walls around them. Whether you’re all about immersing living spaces in a warm, retro groove or you favour strictly monochromatic mantles, these girls have got it covered. Your interior mood boards will have never looked so good…

1. Lisa Couturing‘s Lisa Teh
Lisa Teh gives us ultimate kitchen envy with this black and white haven. The marble splash-back proves to be a failsafe showstopper, with jet-black pendant lights allowing for a striking contrast. Of course, vibrant blooms are mandatory for injecting some life into this luxe canvas. Lisa has ensured hostess duties will feel like child’s play by streamlining this design.

2. Margo and Me‘s Jenny Cipoletti 
She’s done it again. Here, Jenny Cipoletti imbues an otherwise empty space with an antiqued, romantic feel. Scattering precious memorabilia and daily essentials on a gilded, mirrored tray speaks of decadence while promising utility. We love how Jenny has harmonised blush hues with feminine finishes to create a calming, open space fit for a princess. Marie Antoinette would covet this vanity setup.

3. Song of Style‘s Aimee Song
Feast you eyes on this cosy den. Aimee Song proving that the best accessories are pooches….oh, and feature fireplaces. We’re drooling over the vintage resort-feel of this lounge space. If you’re not up for the pesky task of mounting your favourite prints on the wall, lean them gently across a solid backdrop as Aimee has done here for a laid-back touch.

4. Jasmine Dowling
As a hand letterer by day, it’s no surprise that Jasmine Dowling pays immense attention to the small details. Stacked magazines, pastel pieces and bedside must-haves are all placed against a lofty backdrop of white. We love this relaxed corner and are desperate to move in.

5. Brooke Testoni
Phwoar. Brooke Testoni knows how to radiate kitsch, Scandi vibes with these golden tones and quirky statement pieces. Metallic details pop against an otherwise understated colour palette and glossy, hardwood flooring. The grand archway pictured here is what interior dreams are made of. Wooden furnishings against dramatic sheets of white are phase 1, with print pandemonium and minimal desk accessories proving to be the finishing touches. This girl knows how less is infinitely more when it comes to styling your home.

6. Lion In The Wild‘s Kiara King
We can always rely on Kiara King for on-trend open wardrobe corners. A tantalising blend of camel, blush and b&w in this ensemble is a colour palette to strive for when adding warmth into any stark spaces. Piling empty designer boxes and propping up coffee table books will add chic overtones to your eclectic corner.

7, Camila Coelho
Blue hydrangeas make a statement in Camila Coelho’s calming retreat. A birdcage-esque hanging chair takes centre stage – one of those pieces that you never knew you needed until you saw it styled to perfection. Now, it’s skyrocketed to the top of our wish list. This looks like our ideal destination for wrapping up with a blanket, a cup of tea and that hefty Dior book.

Main image via: @brooketestoni | Words by Genevieve Phelan

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