For interiors escapism at your fingertips, see dreamy houses picked by Olivine Life.

Whether you’re seeking inspiration for redecorating your own home or (like us) you just like ogling beautiful interiors, this is the page for you. We asked Taline Findlater and Victoria Grey, founders of online interior design service Olivine Life to round up their top five accounts for interiors escapism.

Taline and Victoria use Instagram as a major part of their daily routine, saying, ‘It provides us with equal measures of invaluable inspiration and pure unadulterated escapism!’ The talented duo, who have worked for high end interior design consultancies, set up Olivine Life, an online professional interior design service. Through online video calls and email correspondence, Olivine Life provides those who already have a strong sense of style with just the right amount of guidance and support to complete the design themselves. According to the Olivine Life girls, these are the interior feeds to keep an eye on.

Rita Konig


Rita Konig’s Instagram account is a window into beautiful interiors filled with art, colour and effortless styling. Her feed often includes rooms where nothing quite matches but nevertheless everything sits together beautifully. Expect a daily dose of art, pattern and personality. She also writes for House and Garden UK magazine, and her brilliant insights from her monthly column often weave their way onto her page. Two for one, if you will!

Pencil and Paper Co


This fresh feed, full of colour, is run by husband and wife team Ben and Gen Sohr. Based in Nashville, Tennessee, the creative duo’s feed is packed with their striking interiors as well as fashion finds. They have built a hugely successful lifestyle brand that sees them travelling all over the US and you can accompany them wherever they go. Enjoy the journey - it’s addictive.

Katie Ridder Inc


American interior designer Katie Ridder is known for her striking colour combinations, playing with pattern and an eclectic approach to decor. We love her attention to detail from lighting to curtain trims. Expect interiors you would move into at the drop of a hat and never want to leave.

Matilda Goad


Matilda Goad describes herself as a ‘scallop-loving designer and creative consultant’. We love her lampshades and one-off finds that she showcases on Instagram and sells through her website. Her photos seem almost incidental and show her wanderings, collaborations and work all with a quirky, nostalgic and always cheerful filter to them.

My Scandinavian Home


This feed is full of interior inspiration, from styled close-ups to cosy corners full of Scandinavian touches. Niki Brantmark, a Londoner who lives in Sweden, manages to successfully curate beautiful images that show the warm side of Scandinavian interiors as opposed to the minimalist and monochromatic style we so often see. You can expect blocks of colour, clean lines and lots of texture. There are house tours to die for, helpful DIY tips if you fancy recreating the Scandi look yourself, but most of all lots of beautiful rooms that will bring a smile to your face.

June 2018