Are you looking to refresh your home (or just your insta feed)? We are utterly obsessed with coastal style and turning your home into a seaside retreat here at The Oceanside Collective. Following are 5 accounts that share our love of beach, boho, relaxed vibes that make our hearts skip a beat.
Lifestyle content creator and award winning interior designer, Christiana Masina, is the woman behind the brand Design Divine. On her insta you will find a beautiful neutral palette, lots of bohemian vignettes to inspire every nook of your home and a clear love of palms (don't we all). Scrolling, I feel calmer already!
If you're looking for help with some of the big questions then look no further then the Oak and Orange team. Heather and Sarah, the impressive women behind the Oak and Orange brand, have turned their love of bayside blues and building into a documented design journey , which they are now six houses in. Their warm but minimalistic style is perfect for anyone wanting to turn their home into a haven.
These ladies really don't need an introduction. With 822k followers, they are the OG's of coastal style inspiration in Australia creating show stopping beachside homes since 2014. If you're looking to take your passion to the next level you can join their waitlist for the next style school here (which also comes with boatloads of exclusive discounts at some of your favourite stores)
If light, bright and airy is what you are after then property stylist guru Jackie has the goods for you! Located on the surf coast of Victoria, Jackie has transformed numerous homes to not just to make you feel that seaside chill but also to bring in the dollars (one of her clients homes sold for more than $450K above its reserve this year, not a bad result!). With rooms that feel almost within ones reach, Surf Coast Property Styling is a worthy addition.
Oh so pretty Adore magazine knows the way to a girls heart. Layers, textures, rooms with soul, Adore captures rooms that transform a feeling into a magical space. Available quarterly in hardcopy for those who prefer Oprah style vision boards to Pinterest.