These Are the Under-The-Radar Instagram Accounts You Need to Follow in 2020
What's better than discovering a new Instagram account that completely conveys your personal aesthetic? Not much. That's one of the reasons why we love the app so much; there are always new and exciting artists, designers and brands to stumble upon who instantly light up your feed. In the spirit of 'sharing is caring', here's a list of our faves who are currently flying under the radar. Get in now before they blow up.
Lúcia's Instagram should be on your radar if you're a fan of simple, organic shapes. Her collection of handmade ceramics and drawings radiate a slow energy that's soothing in our fast-paced social media society. You'll find beautiful images of her work in between eye-catching travel snippets.
We won't have to convince you to follow this incredible Insta account because one look will no doubt have you hooked. This interior decoration studio based in Paris a true feast for the eyes. Expect lots of wicker and rattan, as well as a sneak peek into some of the city's most elegant pieds-à-terre.
One of our favourite things is finding exciting and new artisans on Instagram to follow. One of our new favourite additions to the following list is Mano Mani, whose work is both geometric and fluid in sandy and charcoal tones. To say we need one of these vases in our life is a massive understatement.@
Water signs, listen up. This account is a pure vintage fantasy and one that we turn to when we're looking to get lost for a while. Posting the most interesting images of bodies of water from around the world, you'll find yourself down a rabbit hole of swimming pools in no time.
You can thank Oscar Piccolo for the wavy, pleated lamp trend that has taken the interiors world by storm over the past year. His rise to popularity has been consistent as a result, so now's the time to give him a follow where you'll be treated in return to moody sunset imagery of his own products as well as his swoon-worthy customised studio apartment in London.
This L.A.based art director and designer has curated one of the most breathtaking Instagram galleries we've seen of late. You'll find digital renderings for some of the best up and coming designers that will have your eyes glued to the screen trying to figure out what's real and what's fantasy. Part minimalist part tropical oasis, these images make for the perfect desktop background.
Grace Brown is a talented Melbourne-based ceramic artists whos utopian cityscapes and sculptural dwellings instantly caught our eye. With work on display at some of the best design stores in the country, we love seeing her behind the scenes snaps and first looks at upcoming projects.
You probably didn't know you needed glass fruit until now. Made in New Zealand, these mesmerising sculptures are just the right amount of whimsical and surreal. When the sun passes through, they light up in the most beautiful way. Follow along for dreamy photography that'll transport you to a place of relaxation.
I'm not sure how we hadn't heard of this place earlier, but Slow Beam has officially taken the top spot in 2020's accommodation wishlist. This Tasmanian retreat is deep and moody and has been designed meticulously down to the salt and pepper grinders.
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