There are hashtags for virtually every interest, including culinary, sports, travel entertainment and more – but our favorites have always been those specifically dedicated to design, interiors and beautiful aesthetics.
Following the top design hashtags (and using them on your own relevant photos) helps to not only discover some of the most beautiful spaces on social media, but they also help spark inspiration when you need it most.
Many of the top interior design hashtags were started by Insta-famous bloggers, others were launched by prominent publications, and some were simply the natural product of a passionate community of design lovers. No matter how they took root, read on to discover some of our favorite hashtags that need to be on your radar:
Of course we need to start with our own! #DUFMODlife is a hashtag that encompasses everything our brand stands for – the obsession with tropical living, beaches, adventure, well-being, The content you can expect to find living under this hashtag ranges from tropical destinations, beach shenanigans, to boho-chic interiors and beyond. Feel free to tag your photos with #DUFMODlife to catch our attention, and perhaps we’ll share your masterpiece on our own channels!
We love this hashtag because it feels funs, authentic, and intimate. People from around the world tag photos of their homes, giving Instagram users a quick glimpse into their lives. It’s such a diverse collection of styles, and it does a great job featuring everything from interiors to exteriors, so there’s a little bit of everything for everyone to enjoy.
If your motto is “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” then this is the hashtag for you! This one is all about Instagram users displaying their thrifted goods and showcasing how they style it in their homes. Photos range from antique furniture to one-of-a-kind works of art and everything in between. If you’re in the camp of finding old pieces and giving them new life, then this hashtag will offer tons of inspiration – about 152,000, to be exact.
Launched by House Beautiful Magazine, this hashtag is pretty straightforward and serves as an Instagram hub for home spaces that are easy on the eyes. But it’s also more than that – followers can look forward to seeing whimsical flower arrangements, tropical escapes, and the occasional pet too! Overall, it’s a great option to browse through when you need a quick pick-me-up.
Yes, it’s an obvious one, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t belong a place on our list. Born from the Instagram users who simply love all things interior design, this all-encompassing hashtag is home to so many gems. Another one that serves as a bit of a catch all (with a whopping 25 million photos), it’s great to scroll through when you’re not exactly sure what you’re looking for!
Coined by tropical design guru Justina Blakely (the blogger behind The Jungalow) this hashtag is an absolute dream featuring all of our favorite things. Think exotic interiors, eclectic design, colorful pop of inspiration, quirky furniture, rattan goods, and plenty of succulents. There are currently more than 217,000 posts tagged with #JungalowStyle, so it’s perfect to peruse for a deep dive of tropical inspiration.
If you were looking for a hashtag that was able to capture a combination of nostalgia, innovation, and charm – then consider it found. #OldHouseLove is a bit of Instagram magic. As the name suggests, it provides a behind-the-curtain look at some of the most beautiful historic homes on earth. Whether you’re looking for tips on how to update a classic house or just enjoy peeking at timeless residences, then you will absolutely love the images living under this hashtag.
This is another tag that features a nice collection of mostly user-generated imagery showing off their personal spaces from all over the globe. One photo may highlight a dreamy bedroom in Paris, and the next, a charming bathroom in Dallas. There’s no telling exactly what you’ll stumble across, but it’s worth checking in for regular inspiration. And with more than 1.8 million posts tagged with #Interior123, there’s plenty to discover.