10 DIY Experts You Need to Follow on Instagram
We love a good home DIY, so to keep the daily dose of inspiration live and well, here are ten crafty experts to follow on Instagram.
@abeautifulmessofficial The ladies behind this inspirational do-it-yourself site keep their social feed flooded with equally-inspiring images of interiors, recipes and projects.
@psimadethis P.S. This is one of our favorite Instagram feeds to follow because of their bright and cheery images.
@brittnimehlhoff The craft stylist and founder of Paper & Stitch takes you around her hometown of Atlanta, GA on projects. We love her panache for catching color and texture in bite-size format.
@designlovefest Creative Director, Bri Emery is a self-proclaimed design and travel addict that takes you around L.A. and on her journeys into the desert to seek out the best design and DIYs with a California-cool vibe.
@houselarsbuilt Brittany Watson Jepsen is the designer, crafter and blogger behind The House That Lars Built, which has a sense for whimsy and is certainly expressed through her photos of crafts.
@honestlywtf Honestly, this Instagram of hand-crafted goods is super chic. Executive editor, Erica Chan Coffman is a SF/LA/NYC resident and is one seriously crafty mama -- coming up with everything from home and fashion DIY's that are covetable.
@ispydiy Jenni Radosevich, founder of I Spy DIY, keeps a cool home with projects she dreams up. Use her Insta as inspo for your home.
@ohhappyday San Franciscan Jordan Ferney, keeps her crafts bright and easy-to-do: From Holiday projects to designing the perfect dessert table, or wrapping a gift, you'll find something to suit you.
@laurenkelp This Phoenix-based lifestyle and entertaining guru shows us how to craft super-simple and crazy-chic projects for holidays, beauty addicts and entertaining mistresses. Oh, and have you seen her home tour? Check out her awesome pad here.
@sugarandcloth Ashley Rose of Houston loves DIY, recipes and all things pretty and her photos show us how to lead an inspired life.
Photos courtesy of Instagram