Following renovation accounts can be useful when renovating or building a home to spark inspiration and gleam helpful guidance from others' experiences.

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@whathavewedunoon

https://www.instagram.com/p/B2ypaEhHwmx/

Couple Claire and Cal 'accidently' bought Jameswood villa at an auction back in 2018 and have been restoring it themselves ever since. This creative couple's positivity is infectious and they also offer plenty of DIY inspiration for your Instagram feed. 

@manwithahammer

https://www.instagram.com/p/B-G03MtJuB4/

Greg from @manwithahammer is now on his second renovation project, a vast, grand Georgian property in Devon, which he hopes is to be his forever home. He shares his trials and tribulations on his Instagram account.

@mytinyestate 

https://www.instagram.com/p/B4iWxGeHl9k/

Dean and Borja have taken on a huge renovation project – an estate in the heart of Warwickshire – which they're documenting on Instagram. Expertise as an architect and a surveyor comes together with plenty of renovation experience, meaning that they can transform their 'tiny estate', which includes multiple buildings and gardens sitting on 2.5 acres of land, one step at a time with their own hands. 

 @hygge _for_home 

https://www.instagram.com/p/B_LDVx2FJsc/

Reena is an interiors and lifestyle writer, as well as a columnist for Grand Designs magazine. She is currently renovating a 1960s bungalow into a unique self-build home. Look out for her monthly columns in Grand Designs magazine and follow her account to track her incredible progress.

@thehouseinthehollow

https://www.instagram.com/p/B7mKfFzHht6/

Gareth Boyd and his family showcase their timber clad self-build over on their Instagram account @thehouseinthehollow. If you want to see the reality of self-building while juggling family life, then why not add this account to your feed?

@tonyandnessecobuild

https://www.instagram.com/p/B-9KVyxHibS/

Tony and Ness are building their own eco home in Norfolk, which features some impressive and unique design elements, including a curved flint tower, a living roof and a lot of zinc. Follow their incredible renovation journey and how they're navigating issues caused by the current lockdown.

 

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