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!”