Bored of interiors mags packed with candy-coloured prints, velvet and rose gold? Turn to the ‘gram for a more masculine take on how to decorate your home.
Like men’s fashion and grooming, home and interiors stores for men will probably be one of those things we never expect to take off, then – a few years later – blows up.
And TRNK founders Nick Nemechek and Tariq Dixon will be there to smile smugly when it happens.
Founded in 2013, the online store takes a guys-first approach to homeware, offering up a smartly curated collection of pieces that skew more his than hers. Their instafeed is, lucky for you, full of the same.
Prone to #houseenvy? Follow this one at your peril. Somewhere I Would Like To Live (clue’s in the name) is straight-up house porn – the kind of feed you browse solely at work, or on the train home, but never actually at home (for fear of hurting your home’s feelings).
Run from Barcelona by photographer Rubén Ortiz and interior designer Katty Schiebeck, it’s a never-ending stream of jaw-droppingly impressive interiors, from Swiss mid-century modern to São Paolo Brutalist.
Speaking of mid-century modern, here’s an account that’s – in the best possible way – pretty much nothing else.
Initially started by fashion retail consultant Carla Maher to chart her and her husband’s remodelling of a ranch house nestled in the woods of Westchester, New York, The Woodhouse has since grown from a before-and-after scrapbook into a veritable insta-trove of all things MCM.
Expect Mies van der Rohe-esque furniture, beautifully lit open spaces and teak. Lots and lots of teak.
More design mag than Instagram account, Yatzer’s feed runs the gamut from sculpture and sustainable fashion to ambitious architecture and, naturally, custom-designed interiors.
Not unlike a very (very) well-put-together moodboard, it’s all carefully curated by NYC-based Greek interior designer Costas Voyatzis, and worth a follow for twice-daily doses of the world’s very best design in all kinds of disciplines. (Just in case you get tired of immaculate interiors.)
If this one looks suspiciously professional, that’s because it is. The interiors featured in Home Polish’s feed aren’t Friday afternoon jobs but professional projects completed by one of its roster of over 400+ interior designers.
A disruptor in the interior design arena, NYC start-up Home Polish offers “personal interior design by the hour” – and its feed is testament to its success, chock full of ideal interiors from sleek and Scandinavian-inspired to all-out maximalist.
“Sleeping and naps, expensive sheets, fancy hotels, hot girls and ambien.” Not an excerpt from Dan Bilzerian’s journal, but a sentence that sums up what Alwayssssleep’s soporific feed is all about: zeds.
From luxe hotel rooms to bucolic country retreats, this account brings together the world’s best places for a man to rest his head. Just don’t browse at your desk if you plan on getting anything done.
With fans like GQ, J.Crew and Vogue, interior designer Benjamin Vandiver has won the fashion set’s favour with an aesthetic that sits somewhere Deep South and downtown NYC.
If you’re looking for places a modern-day Don Draper would be happy to call home, you’ll find them all here between snaps of Vandiver’s award-winning personal projects and the interiors that inspire him.