Instagram is amazing for all kinds of inspiration. We've already compiled a list of real estate agents and interior designers to follow on Instagram, so now here are five homes so beautiful they have their own Instagram accounts... that's right, even houses have their own social media these days and when you see them, you'll understand why.
Follow along as these bloggers, content creators, and influencers invite you into their homes.
We're starting over in the English countryside for this first beautiful home that has its very own Instagram account. Built in 1822, Hill House is a classic Georgian house in rural Norfolk, England. Once owned by a malt master, it's now owned by mother of three, Paula Sutton. The grand home is filled with fresh flowers, vintage bits 'n' bobs, charming antiques, and traditional interiors with a shabby chic twist. This beautiful home also has its own blog - check out The Hill House Diaries.
Leslie Saeta is the wonderful woman behind this beloved Instagram account which has over 325,000 followers. The home in question has been in her husband's family since 1969, but was originally built in 1915 and they've remodeled it three times since. It's so worth following this account for all things California farmhouse chic.
Frow Home belongs to English fashion blogger Victoria Magrath AKA 'In The Frow'. From the closet of our dreams and classic kitchen to the unique bedrooms and funky gym, every room is entirely different and impeccably decorated.
Header image credit: @frowhome
Over to Ireland now for the home of Caroline Hassett where you'll find a gorgeous blend of old and new, and natural beauty seeping in all over thanks to huge windows. Journey to the Irish countryside by following this account and be rewarded with home and decor tips and firsthand advice from someone finishing their dream home.
Last but not least for homes to follow on Instagram, we have the home of Chloe Lloyd. The British model and content creator is currently decorating her home in Surrey, England. Beautiful wood floors, marble, brass finishes, and pale pink accents can be found throughout this feminine and dreamy home.
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