10 Inspiring Instagram Accounts You Need to Follow If You Love Plants
We find inspiration all over the place, from the homes of our friends and co-workers, to print publications and books, to shops and galleries around Portland and around the world. Recently, though, Instagram has become one of our favorite and most fulfilling places to search for indoor plant photography.
We’re consistently finding new and beautiful ideas on Instagram for ways to style our homes with plants. We even started a hashtag, #InteriorRewilding, to showcase some of our favorite photos. When we’re searching for new ideas and inspiration, there are a few accounts (and hashtags) that are our go-to places to start. Some of these are large, round-up accounts that repost the best contributions from followers. Others are independent artists and photographers creating their own content. All showcase gorgeous indoor plant photography. Here they are, in no particular order. We hope you enjoy!
10 Favorite IG Accounts for Gorgeous Indoor Plant Photography
@urbanjungleblog // #urbandjunglebloggers
The @urbanjungleblog account collects some of the very most beautiful indoor plant photography from across instagram and the web into a lovely feed. In addition, they broadcast monthly themes, challenging their “urban jungle bloggers” to create beautiful content and share their favorites (February theme is wild animals!). Perhaps the best part is the hashtag used to submit photos #urbanjunglebloggers: a cornucopia of the very best indoor plant photography.
Photo from @urbanjungleblog via @rita_jasmin
@thejungalow // #jungalowstyle
Started by the talented LA-based designer, @justinablakeney, @thejungalow instagram account represents The Jungalow, a blog focusing on filling interior spaces with houseplants (check out our feature on the Junglalow if you’re so inclined!). The result? A beautiful stream of indoor plant photography and inspiring spaces. Definitely check out their hashtag, #jungalowstyle, for further inspiration.
We discovered Amsterdam-based photographer Janneke Luursema via her contributions to our own #InteriorRewilding feed, which asks folks to contribute indoor plant photography from their own spaces around the world. Her photos are minimalistic and beautiful, with refined color palettes and subjects. Stunning!
In our lead buyer Ariana’s Instagram feed, the cup runneth over with gorgeous photos of her succulent and cactus-filled home, and her visits to nurseries around the west coast. She’s a regular contributor to #InteriorRewilding, and her indoor plant photography often appears in our own Instagram feed as well.
Based in Sweden the Picky Sister Vintage account features gorgeous indoor plant photography, plus some really lovely styling ideas.
@cactusmagazine // #cactusmagazine
Another round-up account, @cactusmagazine brings together “the most succulent collection of cactus photography” on Instagram. Look for creative definitions of “cactus” here, as this account pushes the boundaries of art and indoor plant photography. Definitely explore their hashtag, #cactusmagazine too!
While not technically indoor plant photography focused, this collection of inspiring workspaces from around the world is still chock-full of indoor plants. Want to redo your work space? This is a great place to start. Submit photos with the hashtag #workspacegoals.
Kara Riley’s @houseplantssociety is a gorgeous journey through her lush, plant-filled universe. These are the kind of photos that swallow you up and make you get lost. Pure plant goodness.
Jenny Kiker is a botanical artist whose feed features photos of her gorgeous paintings and illustrations, and the plants that inspire them. Her work centers around some of our favorite indoor plants, like monstera deliciosa. Plus her indoor plant photography from her home is stunning.
Interior plant designer Lisa Muñoz’s feed, @leafandjune, features photos of plant filled spaces that inspire her work, from homes to succulent nurseries and beyond.
What are your favorite sources of plant interior inspiration? Who do you follow on Instagram? Let us know what we’re missing! Share with us in the comments.