When Instagram 101 ended, a few people asked me who they should be following on Instagram. That’s a tough question, because the answer is really ‘whoever you want!’ There are a few beautiful accounts that never fail to make me stop scrolling and just look, so I thought I’d share a few of those all time faves with you. I’m always looking for more inspiration, so let me know your favorites in the comments! // susannah
Click through to see my favorite 8 Instagrams to follow!
Emily Blincoe (@thuglifeforevs) is famous for the hashtag #thingsorganizedneatly, in which she, well, organizes things neatly. I also love her #chameleonportrait series of people blending into their surroundings. Emily also beautifully captures stills of her life in Austin, Tex. and Nashville, Tenn.
Artist Stella Marie Baer (@stellamariebaer) shares gorgeous in-progress and finished shots of her paintings. I always find it so inspiring to see what’s on other people’s desks.
Tiny Atlas Quarterly (@tinyatlasquarterly) is a new travel magazine that relishes in beautiful scenes from around the world. Tag travel photos with #mytinyatlas for a chance to be featured. (This one’s by @sarahditter.)
Photographer Maurice Li (@maurice) has an eye for breathtaking landscapes and stunning geometry. He travels often and shows off-the-beaten-path beauty, most recently in Canada and Hong Kong.
A recent discovery of mine, I Have This Thing With Floors (@ihavethisthingwithfloors) is for all the people who, like me, are obsessed with pretty floors.Tag your own with #ihavethisthingwithfloors for a chance to be featured. (This one’s by @miyandue.)
I love peeking into the stunning life of Ariele Alasko (@arielealasko), a talented woodworker and furniture builder in Brooklyn, N.Y. Her dog Mazie and cat Mr. C make appearances often.
Andrew Knapp (@andrewknapp) and his border collie Momo bring the fun and games to my Instagram feed. Andrew gets Momo to play hide + seek in his series, #findmomo. (Can you find him in this picture?!)