From food to fashion, here are our five favourite Pinterest accounts to follow. Prepare to be inspired and intrigued, one pin at a time…
WHO: Kimberly Pesch, the graphic designer behind eat.sleep.wear, whose personal style reminds us of a younger Jenna Lyons.
WHAT: Whether she’s inspiring you to embrace your four eyes, get in her amazing closet (ie: get in my closet), or organize your living space to the point of perfection, we promise you’ll be motivated to create, once your through all 2,000-plus pins.
WHY: With an impeccable taste in accessories, art and apparel, her enthusiasm for style will rub off on you, guaranteed.
WHO: Emily Schuman, the mastermind who turned her sweet blog Cupcakes and Cashmere into an equally sweet book deal.
WHAT: From artful bar carts to all-stripes-everything to models in menswear, Emily’s keen eye for detail makes for killer pinning material.
WHY: Whether she’s inspiring you to try an asparagus gruyere tart (yes, it’s not just deliciously photographed cupcakes that’ll make your mouth salivate), find creative uses for otherwise boring household objects, or invest in quirky cosmetics, the point is she’s inspiring you in one way or another. Her obsession with Halloween is a wicked bonus.
WHO: Katie Rodgers, the incredibly vivid fashion illustrator behind PaperFashion.
WHAT: From ombre toast to glitter trees to neon beds, as well as her own impressive illustrations, Katie’s fascination with the random all have a colourful common thread.
WHY: Her compilation of the simple things in life makes for captivating content.
WHO: Rachel, who you’ll find sharing her daily style musings on her blog Little Bits of Lovely when she’s not pinning only the most elegant of things.
WHAT: From pom-pom heels to street stylers clad in fur to black and white photos of old Hollywood starlets, Rachel’s favourite things are worth admiring.
WHY: Because Hopscotch & Grace is the definition of Parisian chic. That’s why.
WHO: Jessica Colaluca, creator of Design Seeds practices her passion for colour by pinning palette combinations through boards exhibiting a collection of fashion’s favourite things.
WHAT: From vintage teacups to colour-blocked couture to fun typography, Jessica’s romantic take on spirited hues are enough to make anyone want to colour-code their life.
WHY: You’ll blush from all the pretty pictures, and yearn for your world to be saturated in intriguing designs and shades – what more inspiration could you ask for?