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Fancy a little change? Bringing a breath of fresh air into your home is good for everyone from time to time. It doesn't have to be a complete renovation. A few new accessories, a touch of colour, a great designer piece or new storage options are often enough to give our four walls an aesthetic update.

F or a daily dose of interior inspiration, we like to browse Instagram. We have selected five accounts for you that provide extraordinary living ideas in their own individual way and that make you want to change at the latest when you scroll through them.

The design lover

Interior design student Marlene Zeiner Borthen's Instagram feed is an impressive mood board made up of her own work and curated inspo images. The focus: design classics and artistic living objects.

A vintage dream

The Leflair Vintage account stands for a sustainable lifestyle and style of living and is also a feast for the eyes in earth tones. Here you will find authentically staged vintage pieces, primarily made of wood, bamboo and rattan paired with old ceramic vases and delicately colored textiles. Best of all: the vintage furniture and accessories shown can be purchased directly via Instagram.

The collector

If you're fed up with the minimalist trend, Theo-Bert Pot is the place for you. In addition to his Instagram account, the Dutchman also runs the interior blog - and this name says it all. With a lot of style and attention to detail, he puts his collected works of art, furniture, vases, books and plants together in inspiring color arrangements.

The minimalist

The Australian interior stylist Michelle Halford has a great love for Scandinavian labels and shows us in her home and her projects how minimalist living style works: linear shapes, a reduced color palette from beige, gray to black, vases with pampas grass and selectively used accessories that for ensure a tidy cosiness.

The new Bohemians

Anyone who wants to bring that holiday feeling from Marrakech, Ibiza or Mexico home will find inspiration en masse at Jungalow. The collective, which is blog, design studio and shop at the same time, shows us how modern bohemians live: with bright colours, a wild mix of patterns and plants that transform the living room into an oasis. Good vibes guaranteed!