Fuel your imagination with our fortnightly edit of creatives and photographers who take Instagram to a whole new level, curated by writer Marcia Veiga. We spotlight global talents that will elevate your feed and inspire your creative output, from interior stylists and architects to visionary image-makers.

Nina Freudenberger, interior designer


Nina Freudenberger has been transforming spaces into stylist homes for more than seven years. After obtaining her architectural degree, she founded her design studio and now runs countless residential projects across the globe. Her socials attest to why she is one of LA’s most sought-after designers.

Michael Hilal, designer

 

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As the grandson of an upholsterer, design and a love of furniture and fabric runs through Michael Hilal’s blood. He worked for years in the tech industry, but the Californian native couldn’t ignore his creative calling and decided to open his own interiors firm last year. His well-orchestrated Instagram displays his signature touch of natural stones, woods, and unique artefacts.

 

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Kim Ficaro, prop stylist

 

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With a background in fine art and a passion for sourcing unmatched objects, prop styling and set designs came naturally to Kim Ficaro. Just three years ago, she developed and designed her home collection, Totem Home, proudly showcased on her digital grid.

 

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Manuel Cervantes, architect


Manuel Cervantes has a career spanning two decades and has a slew of awards under his belt. His Instagram offers a glimpse of his ingenious creations, which are designed to withstand any climate while reflecting Mexican culture.

Jessica Davis, founder of Atelier Davis & Nest Studio

 

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When searching for unique doorknobs, fate intervened and Jessica Davis felt encouraged to design the luxury hardware line, Nest Studio. Of mixed Chinese and Texan heritage, Davis draws inspiration from her cultural background and her years spent between Australia, Hong Kong and Dallas. Her platform acts as a pinboard for her many inspirations.

 

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