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8 Design Instagrammers We Love

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First, if you're not following @dwellmagazine on Instagram, what are you waiting for? And if you're like us, you can never see enough design—so here, we've rounded up eight other must-follow accounts capturing the best architecture, furniture, and everything in between.
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  Archicritic and current Harvard Graduate School of Design Loeb Fellow Alexandra Lange snaps great architectural details, the intersection between modern design and everything else, as well as the ivy of the Ivy League. Follow her at @langealexandra.
    Archicritic and current Harvard Graduate School of Design Loeb Fellow Alexandra Lange snaps great architectural details, the intersection between modern design and everything else, as well as the ivy of the Ivy League. Follow her at @langealexandra.
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  Illustrator Olimpia Zagnoli, who is based in Milan, captures her own exuberant drawings and patterns in this colorful feed. Follow her at @olimpiazagnoli.
    Illustrator Olimpia Zagnoli, who is based in Milan, captures her own exuberant drawings and patterns in this colorful feed. Follow her at @olimpiazagnoli.
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  Having a compelling Instagram is certainly helped by a career in architectural photography! Case in point is Fran Parente, a New York-based photographer who travels the world to chronicle major architecture. His Instagram is full of moments showing urbanism at work. Follow him at @franparente.
    Having a compelling Instagram is certainly helped by a career in architectural photography! Case in point is Fran Parente, a New York-based photographer who travels the world to chronicle major architecture. His Instagram is full of moments showing urbanism at work. Follow him at @franparente.
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  Wary Meyers is an interior design duo currently living in Maine, where they thrift like pros and dig up vintage design eye candy for your viewing pleasure (like the 1970s Max Clendinning room shown here). Follow them at @warymeyers.
    Wary Meyers is an interior design duo currently living in Maine, where they thrift like pros and dig up vintage design eye candy for your viewing pleasure (like the 1970s Max Clendinning room shown here). Follow them at @warymeyers.
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  You might not think a sparsely populated world with the merest suggestion of depth would be a compelling one to live in. But the longer you look through Toronto-based My Shadowplay, the closer you'll become to a convert to Minimalism. Follow along at @my_shadowplay.
    You might not think a sparsely populated world with the merest suggestion of depth would be a compelling one to live in. But the longer you look through Toronto-based My Shadowplay, the closer you'll become to a convert to Minimalism. Follow along at @my_shadowplay.
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  Jessica Helgerson Interior Design, the Portland-based studio whose work we profiled last week on Dwell.com, keeps track of ongoing design and remodeling projects via Instagram. Follow the studio in action at @jhinteriordesign.
    Jessica Helgerson Interior Design, the Portland-based studio whose work we profiled last week on Dwell.com, keeps track of ongoing design and remodeling projects via Instagram. Follow the studio in action at @jhinteriordesign.
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  Lessons in how to live well, by artist and Block Shop Textiles cofounder Lily Stockman: enjoy plants, take joy in a nice meal, live in New England, and have a very cute dog. Follow her at @lilystockman.
    Lessons in how to live well, by artist and Block Shop Textiles cofounder Lily Stockman: enjoy plants, take joy in a nice meal, live in New England, and have a very cute dog. Follow her at @lilystockman.
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  Go behind-the-scenes with graphic weaving duo New Friends. The pair's practice is rooted in tradition (after all, weaving on a loom has been done for thousands of years), but their work has a distinctly modern edge. Follow them at @new_friends.
    Go behind-the-scenes with graphic weaving duo New Friends. The pair's practice is rooted in tradition (after all, weaving on a loom has been done for thousands of years), but their work has a distinctly modern edge. Follow them at @new_friends.
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  Most importantly, don't forget to follow us at @dwellmagazine as we attend furniture shows, scout great  homes, visit big-deal architecture, and circulate in the modern world.
    Most importantly, don't forget to follow us at @dwellmagazine as we attend furniture shows, scout great homes, visit big-deal architecture, and circulate in the modern world.

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