8 affordable retailers to follow on Instagram for inspiration

Low on cost, high on style

Instagram is a great resource when it comes to looking for home styling inspiration when you feel like your house is in need of a quick pick-me-up, but many influencers and interior designers use beautiful, high-end furniture with high-end price tags. We’ve found eight affordable retailers with great Instagram feeds worth following for home inspiration. The best part is knowing that recreating these looks won’t break the bank.

1. @bunnings

Bunnings Warehouse has a feed full of great DIY ideas, beautiful bathrooms and achievable laundries all at accessible price points.

2. @kmartaus

You can’t go past Kmart Australia for a bargain buy that’s bang on-trend. Their feed is full of styling ideas using affordable home accessories for their range.

3. @ikea_australia

This list wouldn’t be complete without Ikea. The Swedish flat-pack giant knows how to reimagine their budget furniture and accessories into well-styled rooms that look a million bucks. Their feed works through every style imaginable, from Scandinavian and Minimalist to Maximalism and Monochrome.

4. @freedom_australia

Freedom Australia are a high street furniture retailer whose products are influenced by high-end designs. Their products channel the latest styles at accessible price points, and their Instagram feed is perfect for anyone looking for pointers on how to create a ‘layered’ look.

5. @haymespaint

Sometimes all a room needs is a lick of paint to bring it back to life, and the Haymes Paint Instagram feed is exactly where you should be looking for edgy paint colours and innovative painting ideas.

6. @mockaaustralia

Mocka Australia is an online retailer specialising in modern and affordable furniture that’s suitable for the whole family, and their feed is chock-full of examples of how great their versatile products look in real homes. Check this feed out when you’re looking for new ways of combining colours.

7. @potterybarnaustralia

The Pottery Barn feed is a combination of the brands well-styled campaign images, and photos taken by customers that demonstrate how to rework Pottery Barn pieces into multiple homes, styles and themes. A great resource if you’re having trouble reimagining a space or working a new purchase into your current layout.

8. @templeandwebster

Trying to work out what colours and finishes are currently on trend? Spend some time scrolling through the Temple & Webster feed, then shop their huge range of budget and high-street homewares online.

This article originally appeared on Better Homes and Gardens.

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