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Double Tap: The H&G Team’s Favourite Instagram Posts this Week

Another week gone by, another opportunity to populate our “saved” tabs with inspiration and beauty. This is what the team at House & Garden SA has their eye on

By Palesa Kgasane  | March 25, 2022 | Trends

If you missed the first edition of this ongoing series, this is where the team selects what they’ve found interesting, inspiring or, just plain aesthetically pleasing on Instagram within the design space. With so much inspiration out there, one post is not enough but these are our favourites.

Pippa Dyrlaga prints

Artist appreciation for Pippa Dyrlaga who is a paper cutter, printmaker and illustrator based in Yorkshire. Her work is quite magical and the level of intricacy is quite exceptional - Thea, Art Director

The Invisible Collection

The London HQ of e-com brand The Invisible Collection, who retail exceptional pieces of contemporary design, features a limited edition table from Francesco Balzano's Swan collection (which is a tribute to Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake). It's the stuff of swoon-worthy decor dreams - Piet, Editor-in-Chief

Oeuvres Sensibles table cloths

You think you’ve really seen it all(which is impossible, admittedly) but then you come across accounts that really remind you that creativity has no bounds. French designer Sarah Espeute creates modest, sustainable works of art that tell a story. I love how quirky and cool her emroidered table cloth collection is. Big fan- Palesa, Content Producer

Minimal and cozy

I love how minimal this living area looks because minimalism doesn’t mean bare. Decorating your space is always top tier when done minimally, and this can even help enhance the beauty of your furnishings when done thoughtfully - Arthur, Digital Campaign Manager