The best Instagram accounts for DIY and home improvement inspo

We’ve had an entire year at home and many of us took the opportunity to fix that wonky shelf or finally put together that new bedside table that’s been sitting in the corner for months. If you’re still less than impressed with your home decor or just fancy learning some cool new DIY hacks, we’ve got a handy list of the best home renovation instagram pages below!

@thisenglishhome

This interior design season it’s all about neutrals, natural greens and clear, defined spaces. This beautiful interior page shows us inside a home full of plants, bamboo and tumbling ivy cascading from photo frames. If that isn’t enough to get your creative juices flowing, it also features easy DIY hacks from upcycling vases to how to make a feature wall using just black tape!

It isn’t just insider decor either, other posts include ways to hang up gardening equipment and how to turn your outdoor space into an urban jungle.

@ourlayeredhome


For the more adventurous designers, as you can tell, this DIY instagram account is all about layering! If you love patterned wallpaper and flowers blooming from the ceiling to the floor then this is the inspo page for you. The account also offers video tutorials for cute DIY hacks to entertain children over the holidays and more all year round content such as distressed open pantry shelving.

@doityourselfinterior


This is the home renovations instagram account if you love neutral tones and minimalistic decor. There are super easy hacks on how to make your living space look luxurious without breaking the bank. Who knew that a coconut could be used as a set of bowls? There’s also a handy set of stories showcasing lamps, furniture, candles and more! Most of the furniture on display is upcycled, so if you fancy a DIY challenge this is the place to start.

@my_grey_place


Digital designer Mel Lloyd has created an interior design heaven in her own home which she has chosen to share with the world. A fusion of modern metallic materials and timber feature furniture pieces is an extremely complimentary style, and sure to be in fashion for the foreseeable future. This account also showcases furniture from high street stores and high-end department stores, so there is inspiration for a range of budgets!

@thegirlbosshouse


This account is aimed at first-time property buyers, it offers advice on mortgages, cleaning tips, as well as everything DIY and decorating. Each room has sunlight beaming through the windows, and shows you how to make the most of the light and windows available.

The colour scheme is mostly sage greens and pale pinks, with the occasional patterned feature wall. The decor seems relatively simple, which makes the overall look of the property very much achievable. If simplicity and budget are the top of your list then you need look no further than this home renovation instagram account.

@linsdrabwell


A page for fans of upcycling, this is creative bliss for anyone who needs a bolt of inspiration. If you’re ready for a big project like renovating the bathroom, there are ideas for chunky wall tiles and geometric floor tiles as well which create texture as well as looking completely unique! If you’ve got green thumbs you can also try building the mini shed or ‘grow house’ as the account names it, the interior design doesn’t just end indoors.

You’re next…

We hope we have covered everything DIY and interior design for all your home improvement needs. Instagram is a great place to find inspiration, as you can take an idea and completely make it your own, just with a little helping hand. Fancy becoming the next DIY superstar? Then you’ll need a state of the art toolbox – we sell a huge range of plastic cases including everything from fully waterproof Military-Spec protective cases to simple plastic presentation cases. You can find all our toolboxes for a range of budgets here.

DIY foam inserts are all the rage among DIYers’, as you can use them at home or on the go, and they’re affordable, too! Create your very own custom foam inserts using pick and pluck foam inserts, once you’ve carved around your tools you can then place the foam inserts in a draw, under the workbench or kit out your toolbox with it. DIY has never been so accessible.

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