Interior design trends: 5 decor looks all over Instagram this month

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The best interior design trends that we’re seeing all over Instagram this November.

We’re about to tell you something you already know: Instagram is the place to learn about the freshest, coolest interior design trends.

The image-lead platform has bridged the gap between the unobtainable decor you might see in a luxe hotel and your own home, with a new generation of interior-savvy influencers leading the way on what’s hot and the easy tips you need on how to recreate it for yourself.

The ‘saved’ section of our Instagram feeds are bursting with colour combinations and furniture styles we’re lusting after, and so every month we’re going to share the interior design trends we’re most excited to try with you. 

Here you’ll find a guide to the decor concepts we’re obsessed with for November, but check back next month for more trending ideas.

  • Paboy Bojang's cushion covers

    Paboy Bojang is an entrepreneurial creative who sells his sweet wrapper hued cushions through Instagram, inviting followers to direct message him to order. 

    Bojang’s style is right on the pulse of what’s on-trend right now, featuring glorious colour combinations and finishes such as pom-poms, frills or fringing. 

    His cushion covers are loved by everyone from Matilda Goad to Lucy Williams – essentially every woman we follow on Instagram whose decor we’re dying to recreate. 

    But it’s not just Bojang’s talent which is impressive. His story also reflects a strength and ambition which is admirable, too. Hailing from The Gambia, Bojang travelled across the world to find safety, at one point becoming victim to kidnapping in Libya and eventually journeying across the sea to Naples by dinghy, an experience which for some was fatal. 

    Now, he’s building a devoted following and continuing to wow us with his creativity and eye for style. 

    Like the look? Shop cushion covers at  Paboy Bojang, from £63

  • Marcel Breuer-style rattan dining chair

    There’s a certain blend of decor magic which Abisola Omole, the CEO and creative director of interior brand and styling service Studio Arva, does so well. 

    Put together but not contrived, stylish with an almost-masculine edge and nearly always in a mix of satisfyingly neutrals tones.  

    One of her go-to pieces? A Marcel Breuer-style rattan dining chair, like the one pictured above. Marcel Adios Breuer was a Hungarian-born modernist architect and furniture designer whose chair designs with a continuous, u-shaped leg, are legendary. 

    Omole uses a few interpretations of his designs (we love the laid-back level styles also found on her brand’s Instagram account), but the pale hue of this rattan is just divine.

    Like the look? Recreate something similar with the Cesca B32 Chair By Marcel Breuer For Gavina / Knoll, 1970s at Vinterior, £210

  • Painted ceiling border

    You don’t need a period property to get some pizazz on your ceiling. Sure, we’d all love to own a Georgian townhouse with original coving but if that’s not attainable for you right now, try Emma Palin’s trick and paint your own. 

    Her adorable take on a painted room border features a scalloped edge and two-tone colour blocking, making it bang on-trend. 

    Like the look? Shop stylish paint colours at Stylist favourite Pickleson Paint Co.

  • Choucroute art print by Peter Kjær-Andersen

    Gallery walls have been around for a long time, but recently there’s one image in particular that seems to be hidden amongst the medley of art prints in every gallery wall we see.

    With a blush background and a striking female nude as its muse, this Choucroute print by Peter Kjær-Andersen (pictured above, right) is incredibly eye-catching and looks great in a pink-themed room. 

    Here, Loaf have highlighted Mandy Watkins’, owner of interior design company Space Like This, as a master of creating a cosy and stylish living room.

    Like the look? Shop Choucroute art print by Peter Kjær-Andersen at Permild & Rosengreen, £27

  • Assouline coffee table books

    Assouline is a luxury book publisher, known for its weighty tomes on subjects such as travel, fashion, design and the arts.

    Its travel book series, each title covering a different city, is immeasurably beautiful with statement covers which represent the place described inside. 

    From the coral-hued Marrakesh cover to this pastel pink take on Palm Beach, each one is a must-buy and should be displayed where everyone can see it.

    Like the look? Shop Palm Beach Book by Aerin Lauder published by Assouline at Amara, £70 

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Images: Birch by Adam Firman / Instagram

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Megan Murray

Megan Murray is a digital journalist for, who enjoys writing about London happenings, beautiful places, delicious morsels and generally spreading sparkle wherever she can.