Usually waterlogged interiors are a bad thing. But “#waterlogued” interiors, it turns out, are a very good thing!
If you’re on Instagram, you’ve probably seen a ton of photos lately tagged #waterlogue. The Waterlogue app makes photos look like watercolor paintings, and its popularity is suddenly skyrocketing. For good reason! Check out these Instagrams of interior decor photos using this app …
Here’s several from Maison21’s instagram:
Check out Maison 21’s portofolio! Great interiors and inspiration there.
From @lynneradams, a living room scene “painted”:
From Instagrammer and interior designer Barrie Spang, this is gorgeous and makes great use of this app’s abilities:
Not really an interior but, beautiful blue patterns! From Beth Maloney on Instagram:
Two views of a pretty porch via Stacy Lewis on Instagram:
French bulldog in a modern room setting by Hunt Beauchamp on Instagram:
Bright and happy living room by Instagrammer Kelly McMaster:
The Paris Opera House ceiling by Ashleigh Sherrill on Instagram, WOW!
This is moody but very cool, conveys a feeling very well, via theaceofspaceblog on Instagram:
The living room of Instagrammer Jen Going Interiors:
A booth of decorative throw pillows via Lacefield Designs on Instagram, I love this:
That’s a great example of how the app “waters things down” while keeping the right amount of detail.
From interior designer Jena Salmon, I love these images:
From Instagrammer lynnvonkeaton, this image has a nice restful feeling:
From Sita Montgomery Interiors on Instagram, I really like this whole arrangement:
This is just a glimpse of a scene which I think makes it even more effective an image, from Tricia Shepherd on Instagram:
I need to stop. But it’s hard, as a lot of people say, this app is addictive.
I also discovered some new Instagrammers and blogs to follow, and hope you did too.
For the latest photos made with this app, search the hashtag #waterlogue on staticgr.am or Instagram, whatever you use – people are making watercolors of kids (there was one little bare bum in front of an open fridge!), pets, travel scenes, everything!