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11 Irish Instagram accounts to follow if you're looking for some interior inspo

Jazz up that gaff.

IF YOU’RE LOOKING for some inspiration to design your gaff, look no further than these ladies on Instagram. 


Grace Mongey, aka Faces By Graces, recently set up a separate interiors account and it’s already up there in terms of attainable design. Keep track as she decorates her new gaff, room by room. 


Gill Derui lives in Cork and her cottage is simply dreamy. Minimal but busy all at the same time. 


If you’re until more unusual interiors, Aisling is a must-follow. She’s got a really quirky approach to her styling and seriously, I just want to live there. 


This Limerick designer’s home is full of plants and greenery. She’s deffo a must-follow if you’re looking for a home to facilitate your plants and not plants to decorate your home. 


Saoirse’s terraced gaff in Cork is like something out of a Maeve Binchy movie. If you’re working with a smallish space, you’ll get ton of inspo here.

@Carrow Lane

Cathy McGovern is all about interiors on the budget. Get a load of ideas here, without having to break the bank. 

@Abstract Aesthetics 

If you’re a fan of bold colour and attention to details, you’ll love this account. It’s not all interiors, but will guide you on your way. 


Yvonne Purcell upcycles a lot of her furniture. Her home is organised chaos summed up, and full of DIY projects to give you a push. 


Stop. Obsessed with Wioletta’s Limerick gaff, as it looks like something out of a magazine. She regularly shares interior design tips, too. 


Cathy O Donoghue resides in Cork and is an interior designer for a living. Her own home certainly reflects that. 


If you’re on the lookout for some DIY projects or just some plain old design inspo, Norma’s The House That Will blog is right up your street. Check out her stories for some simple crafts to brighten up your home. 

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