I know it’s been a few weeks since I’ve done a Friday Favorites, but I’ve been busy putting together gift guides for all of your Christmas shopping! Today, though, I’ve rounded up some of the amazing, scroll stopping squares that I’ve been obsessing over lately. One of my favorite places to find decor inspiration is on Instagram. I mean, check out these gorgeous homes!
One of my favorite accounts to follow on Instagram is Rachel from @ourdevinehome. Rachel is an army wife living in Virginia and she has the BEST style! She incorporates old with the new and she has the best Rae Dunn collection. The other day in IG stories she showcased the cutest Peppermint Mocha mug!
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I’ve showcased Tessah before from @1900stonefarmhouse, and there’s a reason for including her in this Friday Favorites as well. Her home is STUNNING! Look at these gorgeous, flocked trees! I’m not sure there is a cozier space on the internet than Tessah’s home. Peep those window wreaths in the background too. Pure perfection.
Rachel from @linenandlogs got this tree on her property and the IG world exploded over it! For good reason too – it’s beautiful! There’s a certain simplicity in this photo that relaxes the viewer. It also looks gorgeous with ornaments on it. Find that here.
There’s something about Christmas that makes me want all of the Rae Dunn mugs! Especially Charity’s Santa’s Helper mug! Charity runs the IG account @mornings_on_macedonia and also has a cute blog. Not only is she the sweetest person, but she has amazing style. All of her IG squares are light, bright and perfectly styled. And don’t those cookies look delicious??
I love this kids playroom by my friend Leah over at @lemodfarmhouse. Her boys have to absolutely love having a cute Christmas tree in their space. The rest of her home is gorgeous as well. Her new build, modern farmhouse is full of clean lines and she mixes modern with cozy so well.
If I had to choose a favorite account on Instagram, I think I would have to choose Tracy from @plaids.and.poppies. The shot above is her cabin in northern Michigan. How perfect are the small, Christmas touches? Her entire cabin is gorgeous, so if you haven’t checked her out yet, go ASAP!
Another one of my faves is Stephanie from @vintagehaven5. She has the perfect blend of old, new and Rae Dunn. I mean, check out this amazing mantle! Her husband made that chalkboard and it’s the perfect addition to the space. I can’t wait to see the designs she comes up with for it!
Would you believe that Lindsey from @ourcoloradohome made this Sally cutout?? Make sure you click on the picture above to see the whole post, because she has an entire Charlie Brown scene! It was fun watching the entire process through her IG stories. She has a highlight button on her page showing how she did it!
Dena from @fletchercreekcottage and her husband built this cottage on acreage in Michigan. And by “built,” I mean they literally built it with their own hands! She gives a lot of details on how they did it in a budget friendly way on her blog. This exterior shot makes me flood with all of the Christmas feels! It looks like something right out of a Hallmark movie! Seeing all of her DIYs makes me wonder what else my husband and I could do.
Lastly I had to include my girl Angela from @mynwfarmhouse. Angela is one of the sweetest souls I’ve ever met on this IG platform. She has always been so supportive to me. She also has a gorgeous home filled with so many small shop finds. One of the things I love most about her is how much she supports makers. I guarantee you that half of the ornaments on this tree are from small shops. If you aren’t following her, you should be!
Now that I’ve rounded up 10 of my favorite Instagram Christmas squares, doesn’t that make you want to put up more decor?? There is so much free inspiration out there, and many of it won’t cost an arm and a leg to recreate. I do have to say, all of the women above are people I have personally chatted with. It’s been fun gaining a new friend group, from all over the country! The internet can make this world seem smaller than it actually it.