Should you need a quick jolt of home-design motivation to get your latest decorating project humming along, head to — where else — Pinterest! Amid inspiration boards from foodies and the fashion set, are swoon-worthy pins of quirky and colorful rooms, luxe accessories, and homes with modern appeal, all from interior design pros, decor-obsessed bloggers, and everyone in between.
How to narrow it all down? We’ve handpicked several of our fave Pinterest boards that are sure to leave you pinning your heart out.
Board:Pulp Design Studios Why You Should Follow: Beth Dotolo and Carolina Gentry of the Dallas- and Seattle-based Pulp Design Studios impart their rich, mid-century style with sophisticated hues into living spaces and furniture. We’re obsessed with Pulp’s work-in-progress boards, plus its design duals.
Board:Rue Magazine Why You Should Follow: Give this digital shelter mag’s boards a look-see for on-trend interiors, plus divine bedrooms, bathrooms, and dining spaces galore.
Board:Emily Henderson Why You Should Follow: We’re guilty of soaking up every ounce of vintage-related advice (or any kind, really) that HGTV Design Star winner Emily Henderson dishes out in HGTV magazine, her blog, or on the telly. And her Pinterest page proves to be just as resourceful. Take a gander at her DIY board for how-tos on creating everything from leather-strap cabinet pulls to a bowl crafted out of a doily.
Board: Traci Zeller Why You Should Follow: Traci Zeller’s design work celebrates and embraces living with children — in other words, the interior designer and mom of two most likely won’t include a $30K white sofa in her design sketches. Key into her Pinterest boards for her take on current trends and hot colors.
Board:Elle Decor Why You Should Follow: If you don’t subscribe to this classic interior design rag, your next best option is to take in all of its priceless design advice, super chic homes, famous interviews, and fresh store openings and products via Elle’s Pinterest page. We think you’ll particularly enjoy the Colorful Kids’ Rooms board...and the Dream Closets board — oh, and the Celebrity Homes board.