Meet The 7 Farmhouse Interior Designers You Must Follow

From interior empires to game-changing home renovations, these are our favourite farmhouse inspired interior designers to follow on Instagram.
Meet The 7 Farmhouse Interior Designers You Must Follow

If there’s one thing to love about Instagram, it’s the fact you can find the best thinkers, doers, and creators in the field that you want to learn about. The world of interiors is broad and vast on the channel, and so when it comes to finding farmhouse interior designers that will flood your feed with inspiration and ideas for your own home, a little nudge in the right direction will never goes amiss.

Our favourite farmhouse interior designers

For this, we’ve focused on interior designers that have made their mark in interiors, and most specifically, in the realms of farmhouse interiors. Our list is certainly not exhaustive, if anything it could be seen as the starting point to learn from about the style before branching out to see what else is out there… Without further ado, here is our guide on who to follow for ideas to realise your dreams of a farmhouse-inspired home.


It’s impossible to talk about farmhouse interiors without mentioning Chip and Joanna Gaines. The powerhouse duo brought farmhouse interiors back in fashion when they launched their show Fixer Upper in 2013. They continue to show the world what’s possible with farmhouse interiors through their all-encompassing brand Magnolia (available in US only). They’ve dominated YouTube, the TV screen and are never short of inspiration on their blog.


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Farmhouse Living

A journey of a mother (Michelle) and daughter (Shelby) who decided to work together on renovating Shelby’s 1960’s Ranch home. Farmhouse Living is as much as a blog that shares their renovation journey as it is a place to land on when you’re scouting out farmhouse interior inspiration for your own home.

House of Jade

There are plenty of things to fall in love with at the House of Jade. Erin and Kirsten are two designers who came together to start a venture where they would design showstopper homes for their clients while sharing their best home renovation tips along the way. Their style is the classic American farmhouse look, and we’re here for it.


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Studio McGee

Their contemporary twist on farmhouse interiors shows how much Studio McGee likes to mix and match their style up when renovating homes. They’ve grown about become their interior empire with their stunning interiors range and Netflix series.


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Nina Hendrick

Owner of a gorgeous 1980s colonial home, Nina Hendrick shares her 7-year renovation journey on her blog. Her home tour, design tips, and DIY tutorials make for an easy weekend read when planning your next decorating project and looking for guidance on farmhouse decor.

Andrea West

An interior design studio set up by husband and wife who know a thing or two about residential interiors. Their aesthetic is mainly farmhouse and makes for a perfect example of bringing farmhouse interiors into a home of any size. We’re obsessed with their attention to detail and how they upgrade farmhouse elements to suit a modern home.

Amber Interiors

Amber Lewis has an eye for design that can not be understated; her approach to interiors is ambitious to say the very least. Known for her California aesthetic, Amber has certainly achieved mastery when it comes to combining raw, organic materials with an array of textures and metals. While not entirely classic farmhouse, there are subtle elements of the interior style that she weaves in throughout her work that we can certainly learn from.


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Once you’ve got your Instagram feed sorted, we’d recommend checking out our favourite Pinterest accounts for farmhouse interiors. Especially for when you’re knocking up the mood boards for your home.

Photo credits: 1. Amber Interiors

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