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June’s most liked interiors on Instagram

The Vinterior feed is filled with some of the world’s most beautiful interiors. From sleek jewel toned sofas to understated antique hallways, your favourite looks on Instagram in June were an eclectic mix! See which ones were deemed the winners over this past month…

We hear from the designer behind the magical Ballynahinch Castle Hotel in West Ireland

You won’t find a more beautiful location for the historical Ballynahinch Castle Hotel. One of Ireland’s finest luxury castles, it’s set in the heart of the 12 Bens Mountain range along the world famous Wild Atlantic Way. With stunning views of rivers, forests and mountains, it’s not hard to see why so many of the hotel’s visitors return on a regular basis to take in the surroundings.

The Curious House: designer Joanne Burgess talks salvaging antique finds

Interior designer Joanne Burgess runs The Curious Home, which exists to provide an expert’s eye when it comes to sourcing salvaged and reclaimed materials for historical home renovations. Joanne’s multi-faceted approach to design has even equipped her with a knowledge of upholstery and she is known for breathing new life into one off pieces by covering them in bold prints!

Remarkable Homes: Thérèse shows us around her Clerkenwell Mews Home

We had the pleasure of visiting Thérèse in her lovely light filled home in the historical Clerkenwell area of London. Enjoy this wander around and keep an eye out for 20th century design classics dotted throughout Thérèse’s home!

Get the Look: New York Maximalist Living Room

This fabulous New York City apartment is a fine example of how you can achieve a maximalist aesthetic without bold wallpapers or quirky upholstery.

Remarkable Homes: Elnaz Namaki Takes Us Around a Chelsea Penthouse

Interior designer Elnaz Namaki gave us a tour around this stunning penthouse in Chelsea which left us with impressed with the sense of vast openness and light in the heart of London. Enjoy this sneak peak!

Spring Inspiration for Maximalist Interiors

While the first signs of spring are beginning to emerge, showering us with colour, fresh air and lovely scents of seasonal flowers, we cannot but notice that our interiors too are coming out of hibernation. After a long Scandinavian winter when minimalist, pared-back interiors reigned supreme, we are slowly but firmly waking up to a season of opulence and creativity in interior design.

Get the Look: Mid Century Modern Dining Room

We recently asked what was your favourite look and you went for the Boho Leafy Living Room. However, it was a very tight call as this beautifully balanced Mid Century Modern dining room lost by just a couple of votes. After receiving so much love, we felt it was only natural to feature this room too and help you recreate the look in your own home.

Home tour: Illustrator Emma Block’s colourful London home.

Emma Block’s much loved illustration is known for its wonderful gentle yet vibrant colour palettes and celebration of print and pattern. It’s not surprising that Emma’s new London home also reflects her eye for print and pattern. Set against a calming soft grey are joyful bursts of coral, dusty pink and sea green. There are also many references to Emma’s travels through South America, found in vivid woven rugs and other textile accessories. Enjoy this tour with Emma through her lovely home and find inspiration in all corners!

10 Stunning Antique Finds for Creating a Timeless Home

A constant pursuit for perfection and over the glorified allure of everything that’s new has shaped society in a way that’s making everything, including our homes, disposable. The terms the thing of the moment and this season’s most sought-after look (ready to be replaced in moment’s notice) are no longer associated only with fast fashion, but with furniture and decor, too. This is not just an eco-horror story, but it’s also making homeowners feel less about themselves and pressures them to jump the latest trend wagons, or they will have to put up with their hideously outdated interiors no one could possibly appreciate.

What nonsense! And luckily, we’ve finally arrived to the point where people are saying – no more!