Beautiful photos, gorgeous interiors, recipe ideas—obviously, you can spend quite a bit of time getting lost on Pinterest. But there are a few Pinners out there who know a thing or two about how to create a great board. Their pins are pure magic and glamour. More importantly, they're bound to inspire your next decor or DIY project.
Because we know the amount of inspirational pins on the site can get overwhelming, we put together yet another guide for the accounts you definitely must follow. From minimal designs to bold patterns, browse the latest Pinterest accounts we're loving:
Color and coziness are two of Karrie Kaneda's favorite things. On her website Happy Habitat, she shares the bright blankets that she designs. Her passion for bright hues definitely comes through in her Pinterest account, too. Expect board dedicated to patterns, beautiful floors, eye-catching couches and more. Karrie is great at finding gorgeous rooms but also quirky decor items.
All photos via Karrie Kaneda on Pinterest.
As her blog name suggests, Trina McNeilly is all about lovely things. Her keen eye for pretty decor grabbed our attention right away. Her Pinterest offers plenty of inspiration for decor, fashion, beauty and more. She does a great job of rounding up DIY projects, too — especially if you have a party coming up soon.
All photos via Trina McNeilly on Pinterest.
Jordan Ferney is a little like that one friend who always manages to throw super creative parties. It probably helps that Jordan is a bona fide event planner. Her Pinterest account is an easy way to find ideas for your next Christmas or Valentine's Day party. Jordan also pins fun interiors and unique architecture.
All images via Jordan Ferney on Pinterest.
If you're looking inspiration, that's exactly what Kirsten Grove hopes you will find on her website. Simply Grove gathers interiors, projects and more. On her Pinterest, she showcases her minimal-yet-fun design style through her boards. You can find everything from gift ideas to recipes to inspire your next get-together or room redesign.
All images via Kirsten Grove on Pinterest.
Geneva Vanderzeil has experience working with brands like Free People, J Crew and more. With a passion for writing, DIY projects and photography, she started her blog in order to encourage other women to tap into their creative sides. She covers all things interiors, DIY and fashion and has plenty of boards to browse through on her Pinterest. We especially love her board dedicated to wanderlust – there's nothing like gorgeous travel photos to inspire the senses.
All photos via A Pair & A Spare on Pinterest.
Not only does Rayan Turner have a great eye for design, she also loves building furniture. The Design Confidential is where she explores just how many things one person can build or craft on their own. On her Pinterest, Rayan shares a ton of DIY project ideas along with fashion bits, room inspiration and more. We especially like browsing through her board dedicated to paper crafts. Who knew paper could lead to so many different items?
All images via Rayan Turner on Pinterest.
Decor8 began as a design studio and eventually led to a blog of the same name. Now, the website offers many resources for design inspiration, including intimate tours of beautiful spaces. On Pinterest, Decor8 creator Holly Becker collect her favorites in everything from food to decor. Holly does an especially good job of focusing on beautiful colors.
All images via Holly Becker on Pinterest.
Berlin-based designer Sarah van Peteghem is the brains behind Coco Lapine, a blog and webshop. Sarah has a keen sense of what makes a minimal, neutral room really stand out. On Pinterest, we love the way she mixes interior inspiration with her unique sense of humor. You can also find boards on ceramics, plants, photography and more.
All images via Sarah on Pinterest.
Bri Emery describes her website as "where type & images totally make out." You can find all sorts of beautiful things — from decor to typography – on the website and also on Bri's Pinterest. She's got a great eye for bold graphics and all things pink. Definitely a great destination if you're looking for unique visual inspiration.
All images via Bri Emery on Pinterest.
Something about sfgirlbybay just grabs your attention right away. It might be the way the website mies beautiful interiors with fun posts on travel, drinks and more. On her Pinterest, Victoria Smith brings the same sense of whimsy. There are plenty of pins dedicated to home decor but also boards on eyeglasses, San Francisco and animals. Enough material to do quite a bit of pinning onto your own boards.
All images via Victoria Smith on PInterest.
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