Forget fancy design awards and six page spreads in glossy magazines, if your room is deemed to be #InstaCool then you, my friend, are winning.
Instagram is without a doubt one of the most popular sources of home interior inspiration right now. You only have to search #HomeGoals for a plethora of dreamy, lustworthy spaces that run the gamut of styles from Scandinavian minimalism to boho chic. More than this however, we love how Instagram brings together a community, allowing us here at NONAGON.style to feel connected to all you fellow design enthusiasts. In celebration of this, we decided to round up the home design Instagrams YOU loved the most this year, according to our very own NONAGON.style feed. Stand by for double tap overload.
House in Ourem
A minimalist canvas of crisp white punctuated with sleek mid-century modern accents? Yep, we’re not surprised this stunning contemporary living room was our most liked post of 2017. Everything, from the mix of textures to that showstopping glass wall, encapsulates effortless elegance and style. BRB, we’re just going to call up designer Filipe Saraiva to see when we can move in.
Warm woods and clerestory windows went down a treat with you guys this year (case in point here and here), so it makes sense that this renovated interwar heritage home, which boasts both, was our second most liked ‘gram this year. We love how the clerestory windows work to draw an abundance of natural light into this open plan living and dining space. Meanwhile, the intricate wood paneled ceiling adds a gorgeous structural and textural element to the space.
Raw industrial architecture is perhaps not the first thing to come to mind when imagining a cozy hideaway, but with the Quiet House it somehow just works. Maybe it’s the addition of warm wood accents, or the clever use of lighting – either way, this secluded countryside abode is an oasis of relaxation we can’t wait to retreat to after the holidays – who wants to join?
Sticks and Stones House
What happens when #HomeGoals meets #InstaWine? This gorgeous wine cellar is one of the highlights of Luigi Rosselli Architect’s sticks and stones cottage. We love the textural juxtaposition of the rich timber and crisp smooth glass, and that backlit shelving? Exquisite. This is definitely one to bookmark for when you win the lottery and get to design the home of your dreams.
#ThrowbackThursday alert – this final ‘gram is brimming with nostalgia; though we have to admit, our childhood bunk bed didn’t look anywhere near as stylish. The rustic wood and wrought iron accents take this bunk bed for four to greater heights, fulfilling all our dreams of owning a cabin in the woods.