7 Interior Photographers to Follow on Instagram

As I am sure you have already noticed, I have started sharing (or reposting) a lot more photos taken by other people on my Instagram account. And by the rise in followers, likes and saves, it seems like it’s a good idea – you really like it! So, I have selected 7 of the best interior photographers who will most definitely freshen up your feed too with their endless stunning images of incredible homes from around the world.

Line Thit Klein’s Instagram account is a mix of food, interior and lifestyle photos, her work can be seen on covers around the world and she has many international clients.

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Enok Holsegård’s cool, calm aesthetic photography is deeply rooted in the minimalistic Scandinavian style. His work ranges from editorial interiors to international brand advertising for renowned lifestyle design brands. The minimal simplicity of his images is always executed with a critical eye for composition, texture, materials and concept. His work can often be seen on the cover of Danish magazine RUM, styled by Sofie Brünner, whom he also has a child with.

Follow Enok Holsegård

Renée Kemps is a commercial and editorial photographer and art director based in Copenhagen. Renée creates content for interior, travel, food and lifestyle brands. Her work is influenced by minimalism, and the desire to keep what is documented as real as possible. Her attraction to light, shadows, lines and textures weaves throughout her work. She recently shot campaigns for H&M Home.

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Mikkel Adsbøl’s interior and lifestyle photos has a specific aestethic and sensuality, he always focusses on the whole pictures, on the mood and the atmosphere. His work really appeals to viewers’ senses and emotions through thoughtful details, meaningful composition and unique overall impressions. Recent work includes the new catalog for Tine K Home.

Follow Mikkel Adsbøl

Stephen Kent Johnson is a photographer based in New York, who love his subject matter and he is an experienced art director. He then became an art director at Martha Stewart Living and Everyday Food. His experience on set and lifelong interest in images sparked him to start shooting on his own. Since making the shift to photography, Johnson primarily shoots interiors and food, and his photographs frequently appear in publications like Architectural Digest, Condé Nast Traveler, Dwell, Elle Décor, and New York Magazine.

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Woke up here ☀️

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Nicole Franzen is an interiors, travel and food photographer based in New York City. Her photographs somehow make you simultaneously want to walk the streets of Rome, assemble a fresh salad from a garden, have a real garden, spend more time in architecturally-arresting rooms, and, de-clutter your kitchen. As an interiors, travel, and food photographer, Nicole counts Condé Nast Traveler, Architectural Digest, and Bon Appétit amongst her roster of clients.

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Dining Room

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Jesper Florbrant is your way into a lot of Swedish homes as he shoots for a bunch of the Stockholm based real estate agents. His account is just endless inspiration of pictures of dreamy interiors.

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