10 Nashville Instagram Feeds That Are Absolutely Dreamy – StyleBlueprint

Do you sometimes find yourself revisiting certain Instagram feeds because the pictures are so compelling? We also! From inspiring interior design and fabulous fashion to breathtaking cityscapes and seductive dishes that will make you drool, here are 10 accounts from Nashville that will not only brighten up your Instagram experience but also provide a welcome distraction from everyday life!

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1. @heywanderer

If you are adventurous and have an affinity with home improvement projects, this is the account. Casey Freeman and Savannah McNeill started a blog not long after their friendship in 2011, and their brand has grown since then. “We’d just become friends, realized we both loved doing DIYs, and knew blogging could be a job,” says Savannah. “So we thought about blogging about DIYs and seeing where that leads us.”

These days, they excel at everything from raising chickens and road trips to home-made glamping experiences. “All of our favorites [posts] are usually associated with an experience we loved, “says Casey, citing a recent example:” There’s a photo of Savannah on a fallen tree in the middle of the forest (on a section of the Benton Mackaye Trail) that is pretty epic. ”In our opinion, everything they do is pretty epic!

2. @pencilandpaperco

Gen Sohr, who acted for a lifestyle makeover in Corporate America, took her love of fashion and interior and turned it into a full-fledged brand. “Pencil and Paper Co and P + P Creative Club combine all the things that I love,” says Gen. “The introduction of our Instagram feed was a natural evolution to show all of our color and pattern-loving friends what I love . ”Indeed she does. Each image is a vibrant pop of color that will make you rethink your wardrobe style and home design, and there is something for everyone – from travel getaways to entertainment inspiration. (Image: Jessica Amerson)

3. @baileyraeskitchen

Bailey Rae knows how to make food look (and taste!) Amazing, from sourdough waffles to brie-filled sweet potatoes. Her feed is filled with delicious pictures and recipes, along with precious photos from her son’s taste tests. “I love to cook and entertain for others,” she says. “I hope to inspire people to go into their kitchens, open up their homes, and create memories on their tables. I often hear how overwhelming and intimidating entertainment can be to others. I believe anyone with the right recipes, tips, and tricks can become an incredible host. ”If you’re looking for recipe inspiration, this is the feed to follow!

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4. @ameliastyles (and @shopameliastyles)

Amelia Burnett got into fashion while she was in high school and has shared her sense of style for years. And her Instagram feed is an extension of that; Light, light and airy, it’s full of calm visuals, from picturesque picnics and floral motifs to classic cloakroom ensembles and adorable pictures of her daughter Meriwether. “Readers can discover a variety of topics on my blog and Instagram page – style inspiration, interior talk, family moments, gardening, and travel content,” she says. “I prefer to photograph and post about classic fashion. For me, the details in the garments are special, and sharing fashion has been my lifelong passion – I don’t see that this will change anytime soon! “

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5. @terricajoy

What began as a new mom’s creative outlet has grown into Eden and Vine, a source for everything to do with home and garden. Terrica Joy takes stunning photos of everything from fresh eggs to flowers on a foggy morning. She says her favorite pastime about photography and posting is everything botanical. “Garden themes mean that we are drawn to anything flowery or green,” she tells us, “be it home decor, beautiful travel landscapes, farm life, indoor plants and of course everything in the truest sense of the word in the garden.” Honest excerpts from her daily life Life mixed with pretty pictures and belief-based motivational quotes will keep you flipping through again and again.

6. @abeautifulmess

From beautiful, whimsical interiors to DIY projects that deliver colorful creativity for a rainy day, sisters Elsie and Emma have a knack for capturing just the right vignette and the right photo angle. As self-proclaimed homebodies, the bloggers have branched out into everything from a podcast to e-courses on how to improve your Instagram feed and start your own podcast. For a daily dose of inspiration, this feed is for you!

7. @mollysohr

Molly Sohr started an Instagram page to showcase her wedding and event business. She didn’t know it was going to take off. “I love sharing good details that tell a story,” says Molly. “From the invitation to the party to the coordinated table linen to the small details that hold everything together. I also love to do great outfit searches or share my supplier sources to help people plan for themselves. ”Your site is full of flowers and pastels so you can enjoy spring any time of the year. (Image: Lele Fain)

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8. @alyssarosenheck

Leave it to an architectural photographer to offer dreamy photos that will make us swoon. From perfectly manicured landscapes and immaculately designed interiors to lifestyle photos that reflect her creativity, author and photographer Alyssa Rosenheck shares her daily journey through her captivating Instagram feed. “I taught myself to take photos seven years ago and haven’t looked back since,” says Alyssa. “Social media was an incredible medium to share my inspirations and to nurture the community at the same time.”

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9. @kbstyled

Lifestyle blogger Brooke Webb is the quintessential “woman next door” and offers beauty tips, fashion ideas, home accessories and much more. Franklin-based mother of two touts the accessibility of style on a budget and she makes it look simple. From breezy kimonos to fun summer pieces, this Instagram feed is the go-to place for anyone looking for affordable seasonal style inspiration.

10. @southernfatty

From a strawberry and cream crepe cake to lamb and feta meatballs, Phillip Fryman single-handedly can make you crave anything he posts, be it savory or sweet. Although he began his career as a cancer research biologist at Vanderbilt, he has now been a full-time commercial photographer and food blogger for eight years. “With a name like Southern Fatty, you can probably imagine my favorite recipes for making and photographing desserts,” he says. “I have a real sweet tooth and love baking. Pastries are my all-time favorite, which is another nod to my detailed, scientific self. ”Comfort eating has never been so tempting.

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