Instagram inspiration for March

Where is the month disappearing to already? Before we know it, it will be Easter and then with April comes Milan Design Week. Which we all know means that my Instagram inspiration will be filled with installations and prototype furniture.  I do feel like 2018 is slipping through my fingers at the moment, though. It’s funny how time can be so elusive sometimes. Another point about time being elastic and non-linear, I’m struggling with peach. Yes, I’m talking about the naffness I feel about peach from the 1980’s. It’s been growing in popularity as a backdrop colour at the trade shows, and Michelle Oghundehin had a beautiful peachy Instagram feed as a follow on from her new neutrals proclamation. I’ve seen it pop up in a few directional architectural interiors like the one below by Australian Pattern Interior Architecture. Yet, I still find myself thinking about the peachy walls we had when I was a kid, paired with chintz I might add. It takes me straight back to the eighties and makes me think of loo paper. But maybe, just maybe, peach is having it’s day in the spotlight again. What do you think? In my new monthly obsession, who am I kidding, more like an everyday obsession, I’ve been hunting around on Instagram for some new visual stimulus. So below I share my five picks for some interesting Instagram inspiration for March. To see my February Instagram inspiration take a look here


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I hope you enjoyed my Instagram inspiration for March and I’ll be back in April with some more interesting accounts to take a look at.



  1. March 19, 2018 / 9:48 am

    Love these picks Mary! Especially that terracotta museum entrance – beautiful x

    • mary
      March 19, 2018 / 10:23 am

      Rosanna, I love that door too. Valerie Oldham posts the most fantastic details from Paris and beyond. She has a classical eye and a genuine love of art history.

  2. April 11, 2018 / 3:53 pm

    Talented people doing really talented stuffs. I’m proud of y’all really and inspired. Kudos

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