When It Comes To Design, This Denver Stylist Believes Less Is More


bathroom with white and marble

white kitchen wood cabinets

seating area with lounger and cozy blanket

outdoor area with table and chairs

FEED TO FOLLOW: @greyandscout

WHO: Liz Bachman, a Denver-based stylist known for transforming residential interiors with her bright, livable, less-is-more style. Her method is simple: Declutter, add clean-lined furnishings, then infuse that newly minted canvas with the warmth and character of unique vintage finds.

WHAT: Bachman uses her feed to share design ideas from her own home—a recently renovated midcentury-modern gem—plus behind-the-scenes peeks at her process for shopping and prepping for styling projects. It’s also a treasure trove of decor finds from small shops and makers, which Bachman sells on the Grey & Scout website.

WHY: The feed is a crash course in mixing old with new and neutral tones with pops of color and life—“I love a good olive tree in an oversize pot!” Bachman says—and a wellspring of fresh design energy. “My desire is to connect with followers over a love of interior design,” says Bachman, who delights in sharing design feeds with small followings in her stories. “Instagram is a treasure trove of creatives, and it’s refreshing to look through photos that haven’t been plastered all over the other social media platforms.” 

IN HER WORDS: I want people to take away inspiration from my photos and see the fun in taking time to curate their homes. And I hope that through my captions, they gain a sense of peace from seeing that, behind the scenes, everyone’s life is a little messy!