Pinterest Insights – Use Pinterest To Inspire Your Decor
There are some fantastic Pinterest features out there, but I’m always tempted to use my own photography to feature on Pinterest. As a photographer, I love the ability to share my images with people around the world, and Pinterest offers a fantastic platform for sharing images with family and friends. If you’re into photography or have a passion for sharing beautiful images, you’ll love Pinterest’s tutorials for featuring your work. In this article, I’ll highlight a few of my favourite ideas.
One great thing you can do is create a special garden area in your house to display your work. I’ve done this in mine with plants and hanging art. It’s so easy to do and it adds a lot of character to your home! Just imagine what your beautiful garden will look like when you’ve finished all your decorating. It could even be used as an office space if you wanted!
Another great way to feature your photography on Pinterest is by having a collection of your favourite images pinned up on the wall. This adds an element of decoration to your room. You can then easily switch the images around to create any effect you want. I also love the subtle branding a good Pinterest account can give your own personal brand.
Have you ever considered how much easier it would be to sell a house if you featured images of it on Pinterest? That’s what my wife and I did for our last house. We displayed several different images from our wedding, our children’s first bedroom and photos from when we were traveling. Amazingly, it actually sold our house faster than we expected! I’ve written about selling houses using Pinterest here. If you’re planning on buying a house, you should really consider this method as it’s both quick and inexpensive!
One way you can use Pinterest to plan your home is to plan out the rooms you want. Pick the colour schemes you like – I usually go for bold, earthy tones – and look at Pinterest for ideas. For example, one of the most popular rooms on Pinterest right now is the kitchen. Why?
First of all, kitchens are notoriously hard to decorate – especially since you’ll probably only be working in it every day for some years. But it’s also notoriously high maintenance. I’ve gone through many a kitchen wall cabinet and drawer (without paint) because my wife couldn’t keep them clean. You’ll need to do some planning first. You’ll want a place for everything…well, for everything!
Once you’ve got your walls and floors sorted, think about what furniture will go in each room. I like to have at least one entertainment center in each bedroom – as it’s such a focal point of the house. And I always have at least one desk in every bedroom. What kind of desk? As you’ll see, there are all kinds of options – from basic and simple to designer pieces and everything in between.
OK, that’s it for now. I hope you’ve enjoyed this article on Pinterest angles and ideas for decorating your home. As I said before, there’s a whole lot more to this than what you read here. But if you’ve read enough Pinterest posts on the subject, you should have a much better idea of where to start!
I’ve found Pinterest to be one of the easiest ways to stay inspired and on track with what’s happening in home decor. It’s an excellent jumping off point when trying to figure out what to do with the rest of the house. As a Pinterest user, I can’t think of a better way to get inspiration for new decor! The best part is, Pinterest offers an unlimited variety of decorating ideas. You can search and find just the perfect lamp for your living room.
Another great aspect of Pinterest is the community of users. You can follow the advice of other users and get lots of ideas from their homes, basements and vacation homes. It’s a great way to share your own ideas and maybe even make some new friends. I especially love following the inspiring stories of other users – it’s nice to know that someone has already figured out what I didn’t.
So what’s your next steps? I encourage you to take some time over the holidays and get some good ideas for your next decorating project. If nothing else, go on over to Pinterest and see what else catches your eye. If you don’t have time to access all of the pins available, don’t worry. Just pin the ones that appeal to you and make a habit of looking at them every single day. In time, you will be able to build up quite a collection!