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15 Irish Interior Design Twitter Accounts To Follow

Hands up who loves design inspiration? Oh, so that’s all of you then – we thought that might be the case! Well, so do we! So we’ve put together our 15 favourite Irish interior design twitter accounts. There is in an incredible amount of Irish talent out there, so we want to show it off and get inspired. Check it out!

Image Credit: House and Home Magazine
Image Credit: House and Home Magazine

1 – House and Home: @houseandhomemag

This is the twitter account for House and Home, one of Ireland’s most loved interior magazines.

Their tweets are a combination of great competitions, design inspo, freebie promotions and industry news. They have a great competition most weeks, so well worth a follow.

 

 

 

Image Credit: IDAI.ie
Image Credit: IDAI.ie

2 – Interior Design Academy: @InteriorAcademy

The interior design academy provides accredited home study and classroom interior design courses.

They keep their twitter account buzzing with great photos of building designs and room scenes, educational info and upcoming design events.

 

 

 

Image Credit: Homes Interior
Image Credit: Homes Interior

3 – Home Interiors:

@homeinteriorsIR

Home Interiors is a Dublin based interior design company. They offer bespoke interior design consultancy that offers practical solutions and innovative designs.

Their twitter account is a steady informative steam of tips and ideas. They also know their art and mix it up with some spectacular paintings they find.

 

 

 

Photo Credit: IHIL Magazine
Photo Credit: IHIL Magazine

4 – Ireland’s Home Interiors Magazine:

@IHILmagazine

Ireland’s Home Interiors Magazine showcases its readers’ homes each month. The magazine gives an insight into the trials and tribulations their readers face designing their homes. They showcase a range of homes from contemporary to more traditional and everything in between. Their tweets range from design tips to the latest news of their magazine updates.

 

 

Photo Credit: Suzie McAdam
Photo Credit: Suzie McAdam

 

5 – Suzie McAdam: @suziemcadam

Suzie McAdam is an Irish interior design and blogger. She won the Image Best Interior Blog Award in 2014. So well worth checking her blog out here. Suzie’s tweets are an eye-catching and jealousy inducing display of her work and inspiration. We love it!

 

Photo Credit:  Kingston Lafferty
Photo Credit: Kingston Lafferty

6 – Kingston Lafferty Design: @KingstonLaffert

Kingston Lafferty Design AKA kld are a multidiscipline design company based in Ireland.

They have experience internationally in Geneva, London and Paris in both commercial and residential areas. Their tweets are brilliant. They keep it very current with seasonal inspiration tips and competitions.

 

 

Photo Credit: Emerald design
Photo Credit: Emerald design

 

7 – Emerald Interior Design: @EmeraldInterior

Karen Hughes the owner of Emerald Ireland manages their twitter account. Karen is also VP of the Interiors Association. Her tweets are a great insight into what’s going on in the world of an interior designer. She often tweets about causes she’s interested in like the equality referendum. But also makes time for some design advice.         

Photo Credit: Ruth Kennelly
Photo Credit: Ruth Kennelly

8 – Ruth Kennelly:
@rkdesignstweets

Ruth Kennelly is an Interior designer with over 10 years experience. She’s a designer her who really gets social media is a visual space. All her tweets are accompanied with well-chosen visuals. Her account is great for inspirations and ideas.

 

 

Photo Credit: Interiors Association
Photo Credit: Interiors Association

9 – Interiors Association:

@InteriorsAssoc

The Interiors Association is a support network for interior designers and architects. They’re over arching goal is to improve the professionalism of the Irish interior industry. Fortunately for us they also run a fun and informative twitter account. Their tweets consist of upcoming industry events, accreditations and interior design inspo.      

 

Photo Credit: think Contemporary
Photo Credit: think Contemporary

10 – Think Contemporary @thinkcontemp

Think Contemporary are the design brains behind some of Dublin’s hippest restaurants. They’ve also picked up a couple of Houzz best design awards. Their twitter account is awash with their latest creations, media mentions and design tips.

 

Photo Credit: Institute of Designers Ireland
Photo Credit: Institute of Designers Ireland

 

11 – Institute of Designers Ireland @idiirealnd

The IDI is a voluntary body that promotes and advocates for design. They support all types of designers from architecture to fashion to graphic and more. Their tweets provide a superb showcase of Irish talent from various fields, upcoming events, workshops and accreditations.      

Photo Credit : Hepburn Designs
Photo Credit : Hepburn Designs

 

12 – HepburnDesigns @hepburndesigns

Hepburn designs is headed up by designer, entrepreneur and television personality Deirdre Hardiman. Her tweets cover topics like current events, upcycling and her latest projects.

 

 

Photo Credit: Ventura Design
Photo Credit: Ventura Design

13 – Ventura Interior Design Facebook

 

Unfortunately Ventura don’t have a twitter account but their Facebook account is still worthy of a mention.

Their updates are a collection of special offers, events, products and showcases. Well worth a gander.

 

 

Photo Credit: Dulux
Photo Credit: Dulux

14 – Dulux Ireland: @duluxirl

Calling all you colour lovers! Dulux Ireland painting pros have a great well-managed twitter account. They tweet about the latest trends, popular colours, company events and competitions.

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Photo Credit: Irish Country Magazine
Photo Credit: Irish Country Magazine

 

15 – Bloom In The Park: @bloominthepark

No doubt you know, but just in case you’ve missed it, Bloom is a show garden festival in Dublin. Although it mainly focuses on the garden it also has a huge design and craft section. Many of Ireland’s most famous interior designers take part throughout the festival. Bloom tweets about gardening, food and design.