If you are as obsessed with all things Social Media as we are, we are sure you have noticed the growing trend in creating ‘aesthetically pleasing’ Instagram feeds. Using the same filter in every photo, using colours to create specific patterns, or anything in-between, there’s a lot to play with when it comes to truly transforming your Instagram feeds. Whether that be a total change in the content they are posting or a feed aesthetic to make your jaw-drop, here are some of our favourite Instagram feed aesthetics:
One account that screams aesthetic satisfaction is @leharvest. The account showcases products shoppable on their website, and boy do they make them look shoppable! The beautifully curated aesthetic, with a pleasing colour-scheme and earthy relaxed feel is incredibly scroll-able.
Sam is another Instagram user that does ‘vibes’ exceptionally well. For the thrill-seekers amongst you, Sam is definitely worth a follow. His feed consists of endless pictures of him doing extreme sports and activities. The colour-palette of the pictures is always kept relatively similar, making the feed super satisfying to scroll through as we get our daily dose of ‘I-wish-I-was-brave-enough-to-do-that’ content.
Proving that it’s not just the individuals that can make a feed beautiful, Aldi has one of the most satisfying Instagram feed aesthetics going – It’s one a big dinner table! Providing inspiration for your next family meal, this account is definitely worth a follow.
YouTube families aren’t limited to YouTube these days – many of them make big impressions on Instagram too! Parker Ferris and his insanely adorable family give you that heart-warming content that you just oh-so-need from time to time. You know what to expect with Parker’s feed – a picture of something cute with satisfyingly understated tones; bringing warmth and joy to your Instagram feed.
With fewer follows but incredibly impressive content, the Wandering Queen is here to cater for outdoorsy Instagram users. Whilst the colour scheme on her feed alters, the quality of pictures does not, meaning you can always expect to be blown away by the impressive beauty that nature has to offer.
With a feed that is bound to leave you heading down to your nearest homeware store quicker than you can see ‘I need that lampshade!’, My House This Month is house #goals. This feed is so pleasing that even if you aren’t an avid interior designer you will want to give it a follow. Now don’t mind us, we’re just off to buy a new rug…
Travel lover? We’ve got you covered, too. Whether you’re dreaming of a beachy holiday somewhere exotic, or a romantic city break – this feed is will leave you booking your next flight (even if it’s for 2030) after two scrolls. Hey, if we can’t be in our dream location, the least we can do is drool over glorious pictures of it on Instagram!
Standing proud as the reason I spent far too much on photography equipment that I have no idea how to use during the lockdown, Peter McKinnon has a feed to die for. Any adventure or photography lover should definitely give this account a follow. From breath-taking shots of mountains and waterfalls to quirky behind-the-scenes shots consisting of coffee and dogs – this account has all you need to satisfy your craving for the great outdoors.
Did you think we forgot about the sweet-treat lovers? Of course not. If you can’t get enough of seeing yummy delights on your feed, Joythebaker is worth a follow. Just be sure not to scroll on an empty stomach, as we can guarantee you will get some serious food-envy.
Bringing a different meaning to the word satisfaction, thetoolboxblog makes use of a gorgeous colour palette to convey helpful tips and tricks on saving, investing and having fun. So if you want to up your finance-game whilst also keeping your Instagram feed pleasing to the eye, give them a follow!
So, there you have it, some of our favourite Instagram feeds. What are yours?
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