11 Incredible Interior-Design Accounts to Follow on Pinterest

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Pinterest has changed the way we design our homes. The platform currently has over 100 million active users and allows for endless hours of browsing and cataloguing, which is perfect for planning your dream space. Here, Savoir Flair curates the 11 must-follow accounts that will help you find the crème de la crème of home inspiration, from the world’s best home-décor stores to the most talented interior designers.


Caitlin Flemming

Caitlin Flemming, the voice behind style and interior-design blog Sacramento Street, is a designer and stylist based in San Francisco, California. She combines the old with the modern to create clean, crisp, and inspiring aesthetics in every project that she takes on.

Follow on Pinterest, here.

Photo: Courtesy of Caitlin Flemming


With an eye for discovering beauty in the ordinary, Holly Becker is a pioneer in the design movement, having won multiple awards since she launched a small interior-design studio by the name of Decor8. Becker is a journalist, author, and stylist with three books under her belt. Her latest, Decorate for a Party, will be released this September.

Follow on Pinterest, here.

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One Kings Lane

Founded by Alison Pincus and Susan Feldman in 2009, One Kings Lane is a leading online destination for creating a home you love. The lifestyle brand has revolutionized the décor market by connecting shoppers to new products and top-quality, designer, and vintage items that can’t be found elsewhere.

Follow on Pinterest, here.

Photo: Courtesy of Pinterest/One Kings Lane


There’s a story woven into every detail of Anthropologie’s curated mix of clothing, accessories, gifts, and home décor. With more than 185 stores across the globe, Anthropologie has long been a destination where one can find eclectic, stylish, and signature pieces every season.

Follow on Pinterest, here.

Photo: Courtesy of Pinterest/ Anthroplogie


Melina Divani designs everything from living rooms and bedrooms to offices and small apartments. Her boards on Decoholic showcase the latest in interior-design trends, new products, and home-decorating galleries to inspire the “decoholic” hidden in all of us.

Follow on Pinterest, here.

Photo: Courtesy of Pinterest/Decoholics

Justina Blakeney

In the world of color, patterns, and bohemian design, Los Angeles-based designer and blogger Justina Blakeney is a force to be reckoned with. She’s the author of The New York Times best-selling book The New Bohemians and also runs a blog by the name of The Jungalow through which she inspires over 200,000 monthly readers worldwide with her free-spirited take on home décor.

Follow on Pinterest, here.

Photo: Courtesy of Pinterest/Justina Blakeney

Because It’s Awesome

Tobe Reed is a bona fide brass addict who dreams of opening her own boutique hotel and redecorating it constantly. She shares her inspiration and musings on Because It’s Awesome for anyone interested in interior design, entertainment, fashion, art, or lifestyle.

Follow on Pinterest, here.

Photo: Courtesy of Pinterest/Because It's Awesome

Lark & Linen

After Jacquelyn Clark launched Style Me Pretty Living in 2012, the Toronto-based interior designer and lifestyle blogger took her passion project to the next level, launching her own business named Lark & Linen. From helpful tips and tricks to tours of dreamy homes, Lark & Linen takes on a design approach that is as chic as it is accessible.

Follow on Pinterest, here.

Photo: Courtesy of Lark & Linen/Pinterest

Happy Mundane

Celebrating the extraordinary in the mundane, Jonathan Lo takes a moment to appreciate the things that are often overlooked. With over one million followers, he was named one of the top ten most-followed men on Pinterest by Mashable. He is also the founder of J3 Productions, a multidisciplinary design studio and consultancy based in Orange County, California.

Follow on Pinterest, here.

Happy Mundane Pinterest
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Apartment Therapy

Saving the world one room at a time, Apartment Therapy connects people to the resources they need in order to make their homes beautiful and organized. Maxwell Ryan, also known as “the apartment therapist”, launched Apartment Therapy in 2004 with his brother, Oliver Ryan. Their aim was to combine education and decoration so that others would have the tools and confidence they need to decide how they want to live.

Follow on Pinterest, here.

Photo: Courtesy of Apartment Therapy/Pinterest

La Dolce Vita

Houston-based interior designer Paloma Contreras creates comfortable and luxurious spaces with a modern twist on traditional style. She gravitates toward classic silhouettes and timeless pieces paired with a touch of glamour and color. Her widely read blog, La Dolce Vita, is a fabulous source for interior-design stories, decorating ideas, and the latest in fashion and accessories along with unique perspectives on entertaining and travel.

Follow on Pinterest, here.

La Dolce Vida Pinterest
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