With all the DIY inspiration happening this month with Kait’s new house and our own take on confetti champagne flutes, what better time to turn to instagram for a little DIY inspiration. While some people might have the DIY bug all year round, there’s something about fall that makes me want to dabble in as many projects as I can. Whether it’s painting my new finds from a good antiquing session or creating some new wall art, I like to start off the season releasing my inner art school nerd side and put a few DIY projects under my belt. Here are some of the instagram accounts that I use to get the best DIY tips and ideas…
Sisters Emma and Elsie started out owning a vintage shop in Springfield, MO, but have branched out to a full on beautifulmess business (with the coolest photo editing app ever). With everything from guest DIY posts to Elsie’s new home makeover, you’ll spend hours scrolling through their feed.
Kelly Lanza’s studiodiy has everything from DIY sprinkle mugs to her documenting the process of renovating her very own studio headquarters (hint: it involves one of the prettiest pink refrigerators we’ve ever seen).
Her self-proclaimed “diy inspired” life is the kind that every artist dreams of having.
Bri Emery has one of the coolest jobs around—she travels the country teaching a photoshop class for bloggers. With all of her traveling, she still manages to have some of the most inspiring DIY projects to brighten up your house (like these ombré lamps, I need one in my room asap).
Whether she’s redoing her living room or finding vintage pieces on craigslist, one look at Jenny Batt’s instagram will make you want to redo your whole house.
Her “if I can do it, you can do it” attitude is one we don’t mind adopting.
With a résumé that includes designing for Tiffany & Co and Dempsey & Carroll, Brittany Jepsen is definitely one step above your typical arts and crafts gal.
Because really, how much cuter can you get than these milk bottle candles?