When I first joined, I quickly got addicted to Instagram.
Here’s a collection of 10 images that I shared or swooned over. Are you addicted to instagram too?
Around September of 2014, I created an Instagram account for Undercover Architect. [You can find it here.] I had resisted it for ages, worried it would just be another social media platform I’d have to maintain.
CONFESSION: I am
a little addicted to Instagram.
For a visual arena such as design, home design and architecture, Instagram is a haven.
I now have over 900 followers there, and a lot of people who find me there, have found me there first. So, for those of you who’ve come to the UA Community via another route, I thought I’d share some of the favourite posts and images from @UndercoverArchitecture.
I use Instagram mainly to share images of home design that capture my attention as gorgeous, life-enriching spaces, rooms and features – and then I decode them. I use my comments to help explain what’s working, and to challenge you to consider how to bring it into your own home design. The things that get a lot of love are: kitchens, really lovely outdoor spaces, anything shipping-container-conversion-related, and sunsets at my home 😉
I also occasionally share images from where I live in the Byron Bay Hinterland, and you’ll notice that most images posted on a Thursday (which is my weekday off absorbed in spending time with my youngest child and catching up on domestic stuff) will generally be of the delicious food at the Byron Bay Farmers Markets!
Here are some of the favourite #instaposts … (apologies for the pixelation of the images – Instagram doesn’t let you download them, so these are screenshots)
When @russiatodefend commented “follow us”, I learnt not to use the hashtag ‘tank’ 😉
Are you on instagram? Have you found me there? If not, follow me at http://instagram.com/undercoverarchitect/ If you’re not … get on board! Friendly warning though … it can be addictive 😉
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