5 Arab Interior Designers to Follow on Instagram

Get to know these award-winning experts


Chances are, you’ve already watched your way through Netflix’s catalogue of home makeover shows and interior design specials. Let’s admit it, dreaming up your fantasy home is the ultimate form of escapism. 

Not to worry, even if you’ve made your way through your favourite tv shows, Instagram is not short on interior design accounts to find inspo for your next (real, or fictional) renovation. 

Yes we all know Kelly Wearstler and India Mahdavi, but IG’s algorithms have probably kept the region’s own interior experts tucked away. But we think it’s time to get familiar with them. 

From Dubai-based design studios to award winning interior architects, we’ve rounded up the best to follow on Instagram.

Richard Yasmine

The Lebanese interior architect and product designer creates fantastical furniture and decorative pieces. From pastel-drenched sculpted chairs to geometric mirrors in verdigris finishing and brushed brass and handcrafted art piece, Yasmine does it all.

Mustafa Khamash

Khamash is interior architect behind the Dubai Design District-based luxury design firm Kart Group. He specialises in simple yet innovative design from art installations incorporated into lobbies to luscious spaces with warm hues and golden tones.

Zoubeida Chtiba

The Tunisian interior designer does warm hues and gigantic mirrors best. Her modern and simple approach can make any room, both light and relaxing.

Abboud Malak


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Founder of Dubai-based award-winning Interior Design firm Studio M, Malak is known for his minimalist and architectural approach in design. His usually monochromatic method fills spaces in a unified color palette giving it a sense of simplicity and elegance.

Rabih Geha

What sets Geha apart is his playfulness with vertical lines and arcs which instantly makes spaces look elongated. The Lebanon-based interior designer uses velvety textures and bold hues yet in a simple and contemporary way.

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