Pinterest no longer suggests pinners to follow, which I am sure must be frustrating if you are new to the site. For those of you unfamiliar with Pinterest, it is a virtual bulletin board where you can share inspiring images. I usually find people to follow when I see that someone I follow is re-pinning images from someone else, but it's hard to search for new people to follow.
I love gathering inspiration from other pinners on Pinterest, so I figured I would make a list of my top ten interior design pinner to follow on Pinterest. In no particular order, here are my favorites:
Brick House Much like her blog, Morgan Satterfield's pinboards are full of mid-century modern design and spare, clean interiors, and she's definitely got a California cool vibe that I admire.
Grant K. Gibson Named a designer to watch by ELLE DECOR magazine, Gibson's style was described by the magazine as "eclectic, livable and easy on the eyes." (Pssst... Here's his San Francisco apartment in the New York Times.)
West Elm Seriously. This retailer is great at pinning inspiring images of interiors and creating interesting themed boards, and I feel flattered every time West Elm repins something I posted.
Katy Elliott A self-described "blogger renovating an old house in New England," Katy's style is timeless and would appeal to many people, especially those interested in the decoration/restoration of older houses.
Lindsey Herod. An interior designer at Kemble Interiors, it's no surprise that Herod picks interesting things to pin to her boards.
Emily Henderson Who doesn't adore this blogger and host of Secrets From a Stylist? Personally I love seeing what inspires her, both for the home and for fashion.
Cowboys & Cadillacs I always find myself re-pinning images that this blogger posts to her Pinterest boards. Perhaps I am drawn to her since she's a fellow organized bibliophile? (We both have boards labelled 'Libraries,' 'Offices' and 'Organizing.')
Jordan Ferney, with more than 160,500 followers, the woman behind Oh Happy Day hardly needs my endorsement, but she's definitely one of my faves. I especially love her party- and entertaining-related pins.
Jessica @ Black. White. Yellow. Jessica and I both have a thing for black and white interiors. If you do too, you'll be sure to find inspiration in her pins.
Erica Reitman The author of several blogs, Reitman wins points for volume: At present she has more than 3,000 pins! Her blog, Design Blahg, is often snarky, but that doesn't stop her from pinning lots of pretty snark-free things.
BONUS: ME (aka LittleHouseNYC)! I pin all sorts of things that inspire me, and if you've read this whole post through, you should definitely follow my boards! Okay, your turn: Who do you follow for interior design inspiration on Pinterest? Leave a comment to let me know.