10 Homes That Are Anything BUT Minimalist

Not that we have anything against clean lines or pared-down spaces, but when it comes it our own homes, we want things to feel a little more lived in. Sorry, minimalists, but our philosophy is more is more. We never tire of seeing pictures of inspiring interiors with lush plants from ceiling to floor, vintage art bedecking every inch of the wall, and furniture you actually want to sit in.

Ahead, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite over-the-top abodes from Instagram. Let these photos inspire you to create a home with a little extra oomph.
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Photo: Via @chloefleury.
Every inch of illustrator Chloe Fleury's house is splashed with color and pattern.
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Photo: Via @kellywearstler.
The plush sofa, pillows, statute, chairs — there is nothing that's off limits in this stunning Kelly Wearstler-designed room.
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We love everything about R29 editor-in-chief Christene Barberich's gorgeous guest room — from the decorative hanging dress to the playful art.
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Photo: Via @atlantishome.
Judy Aldridge knows the power of adding plenty of plants in the mix.
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Photo: Via @hedleyandbennett.
A red accent wall is always a good idea — even with those additional pops of color.
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Photo: Via @theselby.
A very boho den courtesy of artist Aldo Chapparo. Layer plenty of blankets and pillows on the floor to achieve a similar look in your own space.
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Photo: Via @gabrielas_home.
Finding the perfect balance between plants and mirrors is no easy task. We love the added chandelier for good measure.
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Photo: Via @honestlywtf.
We love an expressive desk situation like this one. This gallery wall features unique textures and bright colors to make it stand out.
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Photo: Via @justinablakeney.
A patterned vignette courtesy of Justina Blakeney. The vivid wallpaper and artifacts make quite the statement.
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Photo: Via @redpoppyvintage.
Why just add one pouf when you can throw in two? Create a haven of color with a bright couch and kaleidoscopic pillows to go along with them.
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