4 Reasons Pinterest Is Great For Home Decor

Are you trying to make a new home your own? Does your dining room, bathroom, bedroom or any other room need a little freshening up? We have just the tool to give you some inspiration – Pinterest. Chances are you’ve heard of Pinterest and probably use it. Sure, you may pin cute outfits you like, hairstyles for your next haircut and new recipes to try, but Pinterest is a great place to get ideas for new décor ideas. With an endless amount of visually appealing images from a wide variety of sources, you can find tips, tricks and advice on any project.

Here are 4 reasons to use Pinterest for home decorating inspiration:

  1. Home décor is the number one topic. You’ll have no problem finding gorgeous color combinations, beautiful light fixtures and unique arrangement ideas.
  2. There is a wide variety of great pinners to follow. There are the well-known outlets and publications like HGTV and Martha Stewart Living, but there are also a number of home bloggers and designers who have their own profiles. Following users such as Thrifty Décor Chick and Joy Cho can give you fresh and new ideas for your own space.
  3. Unique ideas. The beauty of Pinterest is that you can find inspiration in new places by people who have done something nobody else has thought of doing before. How else would you think of using chalkboard paint on a lower wall so your kids can draw on it or make a chandelier out of mason jars?
  4.  It’s easy to collect and catalogue information. Sure, there’s a wealth of great ideas and helpful tips, but they’re worthless if you don’t remember where to find them. That’s why Pinterest is great. Not only can you find these great pins, but you can save them to your own pin boards to keep them organized. So, if you want to separate your bathroom inspiration from your dream bedroom pins you can.

Do you use Pinterest for decorating or home improvement ideas? Who are your favorite pinners to follow? Comment and let us know!

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