Fashion girls are our main source of style inspiration for obvious reasons. But more and more, we've started turning to them for things like how to style our hair, which shade of nail polish to choose, and now we're adding one more reason to scroll through the feeds of our favorite fashion influencers: how to style our homes.
Every now and again we get a glimpse of a stylish side table or a statement mirror in one of their outfit shots, so in the interest of decorating our own spaces in the best possible way, we're highlighting nine fashion girls whose feeds are overflowing with cool interior ideas—and, of course, including ways to shop the stylish home décor items we're spotting in their homes and apartments. From the dreamiest armchairs to the photogenic coffee tables, prepare to follow these accounts and fill up your home like a cool fashion girl.
When Monikh shoots her outfit photos in her London apartment, we catch glimpses of her well-decorated space, filled with natural accents like the pampas grass fronds that complement her colorful looks.
Courtney's eclectic sense of style completely bleeds over into her interior style, too. Since she's always sharing glimpses of the vintage décor finds she fills her home, it comes as no surprise that her vintage curation project, People and Things, would be equally as cool.
London-based celebrity stylist Melissa also happens to be an interior decorator (follow her interiors-only account here), so naturally, she's always mixing in home content into her outfit mix with a distinct aesthetic for each.
NYC apartments are notoriously tiny (and therefore difficult to really decorate), but Alyssa's space is a case study in how to make the most of what you have. We especially love her retro decor aesthetic that includes pieces like a kelly green couch.
Yep, the apartments of our favorite French girls ooze just as much effortless chic as their closets do. AnnaLaure's is an especially enviable Parisian apartment that's decorated with a mix of vintage and contemporary and feels like the kind of space you could live in forever.
For your fill of minimalist home décor, look no further than Marie von Behrens. Her downtown NYC space features painted exposed brick and a healthy dose of ultra-modern furniture and decor in a clean, neutral palette.