Interior designers have taken over TikTok teaching people how to revamp their homes. So if being stuck in your home for these last few months has given you the itch to redesign your space, or if you've just bought a new house and have a blank canvas to work with, these interior design accounts are definitely worth a follow.
Whether you're renovating your kitchen, or looking for a quick DIY project, the designers of TikTok are here to help - in 60 seconds or less!
Noell Jett and her husband designed, built, and decorated their modern farmhouse from scratch - with no prior experience. The impressive property has now been featured in countless magazines, and been plastered all over Pinterest and Instagram. Their TikToks go viral on the reg.
The account now has almost two million TikTok followers and over 85 million collective likes. If 60 seconds isn't enough for you, their blog is also worth a follow for more in depth details on the design and build process.
Header image credit: @JetsettFarmhouse
Jaclyn Harper is a Canadian interior designer and stylist. You may recognize her as a stylist from HGTV's "Property Brothers" but her TikTok is where it's at.
With over 149,000 followers and over one million likes on the app, Jaclyn spends her days dishing insider tips, trends, and common mistakes people make in DIY design. A super insightful and helpful person to follow for all things interior design.
If you love anything that could be described as antique, eclectic, and unique, then Kyla Herbes of @HouseOfHipsters is the gal for you.
Based in Chicago, Kyla is the master of blending vintage and modern decor resulting in the most magnificent spaces. From funky Facebook Marketplace finds and estate sale hauls to upcycling furniture and the wildest wallpapers you will ever see - she never fails to amaze and entertain.
Galey Alix is without a doubt one of the most impressive designers on TikTok. A financial expert on weekdays with an interior design side hustle on the weekends - there's nothing this woman can't do.
Follow Galey to witness some of the most incredible interior and exterior transformations we've ever seen. While her work may look super professional and impossible to do yourself, when she breaks it down and shows the processes on TikTok, you'll see that even you can make a space look like the inside pages of Architectural Digest.
Having gained over 750,000 followers and 7.9 million likes in just a few short months, Annika of @blondesigns is as thrifty as they come. Follow along for budget DIY projects, functionality hacks, murals, and makeovers. She recently transformed a minivan into a camper and showed every step of the journey. One watch and you'll be itching to DIY your entire home.
Interior designer Emily Shaw has a whopping 3.5 million followers on TikTok - and for very good reason. Everything she touches turns to gold so warning: you will want to run to Home Depot for DIY supplies after watching ANY of her TikToks. She also has an awesome Instagram and YouTube channel.
Simple tips and steps you may overlook when designing your space can leave it feeling a bit... off. So if you can't quite put your finger on where you went wrong and how to rectify it - we're pretty certain Anthony's TikTok will point you in the right direction. From styling advice down to furniture materials selection, he's got you.
If you haven't heard of Kelly Wearstler, we're sorry, because you are missing out - big time. The queen of taste, an interior design icon, architecture star, and a fashion genius. From sneak peeks inside her own incredible home, to next-level design tips, to the stories behind some of her legendary projects. @kellywearstler is a must-follow.
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