Vancouver Instagram Accounts You Must Follow by liv.rent

10 Vancouver Instagram Accounts You Need to Follow Right Now

For some daily Instagram design and lifestyle inspiration, we’ve compiled a list of 8 favourite, local accounts – all captivating in their own way. We’ve mixed design-focused accounts with lifestyle ones to ensure you are inspired both inside your four walls and out!

@elainery

Words and images come together in a beautiful, delicate feed that combines eclectic interior shots with gorgeous outdoor images from BC and abroad.

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@iamsengs

Sleek, perfectly-composed images capture symmetry and architectural beauty – both man-made and natural on interior designer, Seng Sengsavanh’s feed.

 

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@matthew.mccormick

This world-renowned Vancouver-based lighting designer, Matthew McCormick delivers the most glorious goods on his IG account. Many images feature his exquisitely crafted handiwork but they are interspersed with evocative images of interiors, scenery and travel inspiration.

 

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@adesignersguide

Created by @bryony.wright, this feed is a great resource for designers. Almost every pretty pic has an associated hashtag that leads you to a carefully curated designer’s guide to cities that may inspire you.

 

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@molo_studio

This feed takes you inside the Vancouver and Clayoquot studios of the innovative Molo design team of Stephanie Forsythe and Todd MacAllen. The images are beautifully composed and feature their contemporary paper furniture, expandable walls, accessories etc.

 

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@IDSvancouver

Stay current and inspired by following IDS Vancouver. The feed features work by Westcoast designers of all disciplines and updates on IDS events.

 

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@thefjordstore

The feed of this Squamish-based business features new Nordic and Japanese houseware and goods as well as beautiful imagery from the Howe Sound.

 

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@emaphotographi

Feast your eyes on the architectural photographer, Ema Peter’s feed. Her uncompromising eye captures architecture and interiors from Vancouver and abroad in beautiful relief.

 

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@scoutmagazine

The daily guide to Vancouver posts some of the most eye-catching images around; moreover, it introduces followers to so many cool places around town.

 

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@project_22_design

We love when good design infuses a space. Designer Denise Ashmore and her full service design firm ensure this happens on every project. As a result, her IG feed is sublime – beautiful interiors and design details sprinkled with images and stories from her travels and family life.

 

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This is a modest sampling of local inspiration from a variety of taste-makers – just a peak into the energetic, creative community keeping our lovely city beautiful and inspiring us to live full lives.

If you’d like your Instagram feed to be featured on our blog, DM us on IG @liv.rent!  We love hearing from you!

Kristina Ikavalko

Kristina Ikavalko

Creative Content Creator for Liv, based in Vancouver. Fan of field hockey, food, fashion & politics.

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