Dopamine-Inducing Colouful Interiors

Love dopamine dressing? Check out our edit of the best Instagram accounts to follow for joyful, colourful interior design, sure to bring some feel good fun to your home.

From a modest house that’s taken on lifesize Barbie energy to one of NYC’s hottest interior designers showcasing maximalist style, and the vintage furniture experts delving deep into the Internet’s most joy-inducing home and design content, these are the feeds to follow for some seriously colourful interiors inspo.

@thehousethatcolourbuilt

Colour consultant Jess and her husband Rick take you through a virtual home tour via their little squares and it’s a feast for the eyes if you’re a sucker for sugar almond hued pastels.

From their pretty pink living room peppered with hints of turquoise (just look at that log fire!) and mustardy yellows, to their lemon-print wallpaper that nods to sunnier climes, you can’t help but feel uplifted and inspired to get the paint brush out whilst scrolling their feed.

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@themellowmaximalist

Proving that you don’t need to use saccharine shades to create a dopamine living space, Tom Bax AKA The Mellow Maximalist has become a wealth of interiors inspiration for cleaver uses of colour and print.

His converted Victorian workhouse refurb benefits from stunning original features such as lofty ceiling heights and floodlit arched windows. His use of contrasting paint colours covering the inner arches of his home and ceilings is a masterclass in how to use bold paint subtly. And if you’re in the market for some quick win home updates without the commitment, check out his use of contrasting print bed linens and kooky coloured gallery walls.

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@homewithsisi

Self-described as “tropical maximalism,” Sisi has masterfully decorated her rented Brighton flat in the most joy-inducing colours and prints you can find – a scroll through her feed almost looks like a Instagram filter in itself.

Follow her for inspiration on unexpected paint options, clever DIY tricks and a heap of kaleidoscope coloured candle styling.

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@anemone_interiors

Part deep dive into a retro interiors world, part business account for the hugely talented vintage furniture hunter Lia Briamonte, Anemone Interiors’ Instagram feed is a must-follow if you’re a sucker for cult design and interiors finds.

Expect images of the incredible interiors gems Lia sources for clients, from beautiful Murano glass lighting to classic Wim Rietveld chairs upholstered in power pink fabrics, as well as a wealth of pop culture references, intriguing art and vintage holiday snaps that will have you wanting to run away to the Amalfi coast.

No rules on this feed just hours of dopamine-inducing scrolling that we’d quite happily get lost in for days.ย 

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It's very easy to get sucked into the whimsical scroll of Anemone's Insta feed.

@sashabikoff

Sasha BIkoff is pretty much royalty on the NYC interiors scene, having worked on sets for the likes of Harper’s Bazaar,ย stores for Carolina Herrerra, collabirations with Versace and many a multimillion dollar home, everywhere from the Upper East Side to The Hamptons. Her still is very much more is more, citing everything from the 1960s French space age era to 1980s Memphis as references.

Her Insta feed walks you through some of her most jaw-dropping designs, as well as the work that inspired her.

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@homewithhelenandco

Head to Home With Helen & Co’s feed to s step into a life size Barbie house. Think cartoon-esque flower print wall paper, fuzzy sofas, lamps that look like giant seashells and, as you’d expect, plenty of pink.

The perfect antidote to Instagram and Pinterest’s endless monochromatic colour palette.

The perfect antidote to Instagram and Pinterest's endless monochromatic colour palette.ย 

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