How’s your feed looking? Hoping for some new inspiration to wow current and future followers alike? Have you applied some Instagram themes, or are you still winging it?

If you’re still not applying a theme to your feed then you’re missing out. Your overall feed aesthetic can boost your engagement significantly. Plus, they’re fun to do and satisfying to see it build into something bigger - one photo at a time.

If you’re looking for Instagram feed themes to get inspiration from, we have 7 of our absolute favorites, as well as some tips to adapt their awesome strategies to your own account:



@reynoldskitchens

@reynoldskitchen

There are tons of food Instagrams out there, and standing out is getting increasingly difficult. But the brand Reynolds has come up with an awesome theme that’s on brand, valuable to its followers, and incredible to see when you visit their profile. Their entire feed looks like a never ending feast of delicious food, all laid out and ready on the table!



@projectmajor

@projectmajor

Instagram is a platform for creatives and artists, and @projectmajor has definitely proven that with its own endless scroll feed theme of different mixed media artwork bending into each other. It looks like one giant, endless artwork that’s satisfying to scroll through and interesting to see even as one image at a time.



@jackwill.i.ams

@jackwill.i.ams

This Instagram feed takes travel ‘grams one step further by editing photos into each other. The result makes it look like seeing the world is just an endless trip, and it’s so interesting. The account doesn’t just use photos, either. The way he transitions places to the next is an artform in itself. His entire feed is like going around the world, too.



@sarah_peretz

@sarah_peretz

Rainbow feed themes are all the rage, but this Instagram sets herself apart by its seamless transition from one color theme to another. By making sure the colors she’s playing with shows up in photos transitioning from one to another, it makes her rainbow theme more striking and interesting to see.



@simplywhytedesign

@simplywhytedesign

Her magazine-style theme is artistic but structured and striking to look at. By using textured backgrounds she can crop, it creates a cohesive overall look even if each post are different in theme and content. She’s also not afraid to try out different feed themes, but not before posting enough images (6 or more posts) to really make a theme stand out.



@beautifulandyummy

@beautifulandyummy

This account doesn’t limit itself to what it wants to post--whether they’re beautiful fashion, aesthetically pleasing architecture, or yummy food. To tie it together, each photo has a black border that allows the content of each photo to pop and look striking. It makes profiles that post a lot of different things still look neat and cohesive.



@doodlesforthesea

@doodlesforthesea

This Instagram takes it a step further by doodling on the images. It makes each photo unique and creative, while still fitting its theme of sea and beachside aesthetic. It makes every post look personal and artistic, and showing off many talents including doodling!



Try these Instagram feed themes for yourself!

The key to achieving this result is carefully planning each and every photo. On Instasize, you can rearrange the images you plan to upload straight on the first page of the app. Just hold down a photo and move it around in place. Think of your entire feed as a puzzle and each photo as a piece.

Don’t be afraid of showing transitions, either! With the right composition, they could look like Instagram-worthy art themselves!