Bedroom Ideas Pinterest

Bedroom Ideas Pinterest

It’s no secret that in 2017, we instinctively turn to Pinterest for décor inspiration. We scroll, search, and pin until we find The One—that elusive pin that is unique, perfectly imperfect, and inspires our entire décor scheme. What makes a pin go viral? Some interiors get very little love on Pinterest while others skyrocket and end up in every single one of our dream home décor boards. We set out to find the common thread between these sensations of the Pinterest world. To do this, we tapped our favorite Pinterest influencers to share their most popular pin this month. These interior designers, creative directors, and freelance stylists have built a cult following on the social platform, thanks to their curated aesthetics and discerning eye. Their feeds are a veritable color-coordinated feast for the eyes. Their pins can easily dictate how we paint our nails, dress for spring, or decorate. One particular pin—a cozy Scandinavian entryway—had over 78,000 impressions in March only. Curious to know how to re-create the look of these rockstar rooms? We found the best décor options to do so.
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Bedroom Ideas Pinterest

It’s no secret that in 2017, we instinctively turn to Pinterest for décor inspiration. We scroll, search, and pin until we find The One—that elusive pin that is unique, perfectly imperfect, and inspires our entire décor scheme. What makes a pin go viral? Some interiors get very little love on Pinterest while others skyrocket and end up in every single one of our dream home décor boards. We set out to find the common thread between these sensations of the Pinterest world.
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Bedroom Ideas Pinterest

Looking for some easy teen room decor ideas for girls? If your daughter wants a bedroom makeover, these room decor ideas will be perfect. Check them out! For the past couple of weeks, my daughter still hasn’t made up her mind with what she wants her bedroom to look like. We’ve done some easy DIY … Continue reading “22 Easy Teen Room Decor Ideas for Girls”
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Bedroom Ideas Pinterest

“I like the rural character the old bedroom door gives to this space,” says designer and blogger Sarah Peteghem. “The décor and bedding are kept very clean and minimal, which contrasts very nicely with the old wood.” Scandinavian interior lovers, rejoice. Munich-based Peteghem covers all things modern European design on her Pinterest boards.
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Bedroom Ideas Pinterest

“Louise Liljencrantz designs are so chic,” says freelance stylist and blogger Jennifer Hagler. “I especially love the shadows in this photo but also the lamp, because I have the same one in my bedroom.” Halger built a large Pinterest following for her sharp eye and minimalist aesthetic.
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Bedroom Ideas Pinterest

  “Louise Liljencrantz designs are so chic,” says freelance stylist and blogger Jennifer Hagler. “I especially love the shadows in this photo but also the lamp, because I have the same one in my bedroom.” Halger built a large Pinterest following for her sharp eye and minimalist aesthetic.  
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Bedroom Ideas Pinterest

Before Pinterest, there were pin boards. And annoyingly, they always looked a bit drab until you had to the time to fill them up completely. But the clever people over at Houzz have solved this problem with their tutorial on how to make pin boards look stylish and it’s blissfully simple.
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Bedroom Ideas Pinterest

posted April 10, 2017 by Lily @ betty I’m going to say the thing that no one ever says. One of those things that we all think, but no one ever dares say because it sounds ungrateful and spoiled. Sometimes, holidays are boring. Obviously, the first day is AMAZING and you sleep in as late as possible to celebrate your freedom. The second day you head into town with your mates to grab a Starbucks and poke around the shops not buying anything. The third day you wander around the house a bit aimlessly, maybe you bake a cake or decide to go on a run. But by the fourth day, things can start getting a little, well… boring. I know. Truth bomb. But that’s where some DIYing crafting comes in! We’ve scoured the internet for some of the best crafty projects to keep you busy this Easter break. Because what’s the alternative, homework? Pfft. 1. Under-shelf storage If you’re meant to be revising, why not procrastinate a bit and jazz up your study area with this tutorial from Apartment Therapy? Everyone knows that a tidy desk = tidy mind. It’s science, guys. 2. Letter board  Lightboxes are *so* last year, now it’s all about letter boards that you’d find in old school cinemas and retro diners. But a lot of the time they come with a pretty hefty price tag, so we are loving Brit + Co’s tutorial on how to make your own. 3. Dipped stools  Want more pastel in your life? Who doesn’t. This tutorial from Style Me Pretty uses IKEA stools as an example, but you could do this with pretty much any wooden furniture. 4. Cushion covers Not sure you’re ready to commit to painting your furniture? NBD, why not try painting some cushion covers using these instructions from Lonny. You can paint patterns, words or even some boobies if you so fancy. 5. Flip Photo Album  Can’t decide what photos of your squad to put on display? The brilliant people over at Sugar & Cloth have you covered with their flip photo album. So now you don’t have to obsess about finding a the ‘perfect’ photo – you can have them all! 6. Laptop case If you bought a whole heap of patches intending to stick them on your jeans but chickened out at the last moment (*raises hand*), don’t worry, we’ve found a way to put them to good use. A Beautiful Mess used them to customise a laptop case and we are totally on board. 7. Patch chair  Or, if you’re feeling a little more daring, you can tackle an entire chair like the brilliant folks over at Studio DIY. 8. Calendar chair  Sure, we’re already four months into the year, but that doesn’t mean we can’t decide to make a nice calendar now. This one from Sugar & Cloth is useful for um… revision and er, keeping track of… things. Ok, fine, we mainly want it because it looks pretty, which is a perfectly legitimate reason too. 9. Laundry baskets Laundry is boring and smelly, but with these DIY graphic baskets from Studio DIY, it’s never looked prettier. Plus, who would pass up an opportunity to have more puns in their life? If you started selling them to the rest of your family, you could definitely clean up. 10. Pin board  Before Pinterest, there were pin boards. And annoyingly, they always looked a bit drab until you had to the time to fill them up completely. But the clever people over at Houzz have solved this problem with their tutorial on how to make pin boards look stylish and it’s blissfully simple. See! Board – not bored. @LilyPesch Image: @LilyPesch
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To do this, we tapped our favorite Pinterest influencers to share their most popular pin this month. These interior designers, creative directors, and freelance stylists have built a cult following on the social platform, thanks to their curated aesthetics and discerning eye. Their feeds are a veritable color-coordinated feast for the eyes. Their pins can easily dictate how we paint our nails, dress for spring, or decorate. One particular pin—a cozy Scandinavian entryway—had over 78,000 impressions in March only. Curious to know how to re-create the look of these rockstar rooms? We found the best décor options to do so.
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“I’m a sucker for a bold patterned wallpaper,” says Wit + Delight founder, Kate Arends. “I’ve got this amazing floral wallpaper from Hygge & West in my powder room, and I’m dying to find a new space to incorporate another bold print.” With over 2.5 million followers on Pinterest, this marketing consultant really has her finger on the pulse.
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  “I’m a sucker for a bold patterned wallpaper,” says Wit + Delight founder, Kate Arends. “I’ve got this amazing floral wallpaper from Hygge & West in my powder room, and I’m dying to find a new space to incorporate another bold print.” With over 2.5 million followers on Pinterest, this marketing consultant really has her finger on the pulse.