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6 Welsh home and interiors Instagrammers you should follow

6 Welsh home and interiors Instagrammers you should follow

As a lover of interiors and decorating, Instagram is one of my favourite place to go for inspiration and to admire other gorgeous homes, rooms and styles. South Wales and Cardiff are full of characterful cottages and Victorian townhouses that other likeminded interior lovers are renovating and creating beautiful spaces in. Here are just a few of my favourites!

A gorgeous blend of cocktail mixing and renovations set in a Welsh Victorian/Edwardian home, No.15 always brings a smile to the face when a post pops up in the feed! Follow along on stories for renovation updates and admire the eclectic and rich interiors on their feed. They do a beautiful job of complementing the home’s history while injecting personality with creative wallpaper, patterns and impeccable styling.


Stacey is renovating her Victorian home built around 1892. From the exposed brick and tile bathroom to one of the best al fresco dining garden set-ups we've ever seen, The Hawkes is absolute home goals!

Follow along for feed and story updates on the renovation journey but also for unique styling inspiration you can incorporate to your own home and tips on how to blend the old with the new.


Clean and modern with a blend of colourful and neutral rooms, Cerys’ love of fashion echoes throughout her interiors and home feed. Creating her dream Victorian home in Cardiff, Cerys is great to follow for home DIY tips and her aesthetically pleasing feed. If you prefer simpler styling but would love to play around with colour and you’re not sure where to start, Cerys shows you how to do it perfectly.


Tracey is a show home interior designer based in South Wales. When she’s not busy staging beautiful homes for sale, she’s working on renovating her Victorian home with modern open plan extension and growing a fantastically vast gin collection.

Follow along for gin discoveries, her perfect clean styling and some serious garden envy.


If you love simple interiors, Julie’s an expert at seamlessly using clashing patterns and splashes of colour to bring personality to neutral colour schemes. Updating a 1950s home, Julie makes the most of her home’s history, such as showcasing the natural flooring, while demonstrating that simple interiors don’t have to be boring or all the same!


If you love bold, luxe interiors then make sure to give Hayley Lees a follow! We love the flow of light and bright interiors in the kitchen of her 1910 home to dark, metallic accents across the rest of the house. Particular content favourites are the show-stopping copper bathtub and the use of prints and art that take pride of place across the walls.

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