The best pinners you've never heard of
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By Jane Dagmi
With 19 million users on Pinterest, there's no shortage of inspiration available. But how do you sort through the thousands of cute kitten pics (not that we have anything against cute kittens) and countless DIY projects to find those rare, under-the-radar ideas? To help, we've rounded up the best pinners that you've never heard of. With under 200 followers, these awesome boards not only deserve a look but loads of re-pins.
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Sarah Feinstein of Brooklyn uses her Crafts/Projects/Inspiration board as her personal DIY to-do list. "I have always been a person who would rather do it myself than buy it," says the textile designer, who has the skills to execute most of her pins but not necessarily the time. Her painted wingtips were a hit as was the melted crayon painting; the painted Converse, however, were a flop.
Great Taste!3 of 11
Sandra Bernardo's food-devoted pin-boards trigger an intense desire to bake. From pink macarons to chevron wedding cakes, the Portuguese dessert designer's board focuses on sweets, their Zen-like preparation and beautiful ways to serve them.
The Outsider4 of 11
Asma Alh's Green board features inspiration and information for outdoor living with lots of emphasis on DIY gardening and recycling. Whether your goal is to prep a patio for al fresco dining, make a landscape more lush, create a vertical garden, or cultivate mosquito-repelling plants, Alh's board provides both the novice and experienced gardener with plenty of ideas.
I Do5 of 11
U.K.-based photographer Joanne Spencer has a passion for unrehearsed elegance and fun-filled weddings. She pins images that reflect this free-spirited vibe onto her Wedding Inspirations board. With fresh bouquets, ribbon decorating ideas and pretty dresses, her pins capture those quietly beautiful moments that occur during a notoriously hectic day.
Hats Off6 of 11
Pinner Cee Gee's laid-back lifestyle in southern France doesn't afford the pinner much opportunity to wear dramatic hats, so she uses her Pinterest Hat board to express her passion for flamboyant headgear, including wedding turbans, crystalized bike helmets and flower headdresses.
Bathing Beauty7 of 11
Not for the style shy, interior designer Tanya Rackerby's Bath board features ornate chandeliers, cut quartz basins, malachite faucets, and amethyst tubs—creating a mood of luxury, verging on decadence.
Shades of Gray8 of 11
With nearly 11,000 total pins, Christine Krauss says that while she is tormented by color, her Gray board is an oasis of calm for her. Filled with stormy-colored linens and unmade beds, loose-fitting chunky knit sweaters, weathered wood, and ridiculously cute kitties, Gray shows how gorgeous—and soothing—the hue can be.
Home Work9 of 11
If you're hoping to create a comfy yet airy workspace complete with cool desks, vintage chairs, and industrial lighting, then check out Olivia Gomez's Home Office board. It's filled with pops of cheerful color (especially yellow), along with clever storage ideas.
Kiddie Cocoons10 of 11
Anna-Leena Lehto's For the Little One board blends Scandinavian design with cottage charm and bohemian fantasy. Here, the newbie pinner (she just started in January) stores ideas for happy kid spaces as she embarks on decorating her own daughter's new room. With areas for dreaming, reading, and resting, Lehto aspires to create a room that's "unique, imaginative, and light with some DIY elements to make it personal."
Fresh Spaces11 of 11
With rooms filled with wonderful vintage and new decor, juicy solids and jaunty stripes, Brittany Klure's Home board embraces modern, fresh and fun interiors. The Californian's favorite recurring motifs include black-and-white stripes, strong geometric patterns of grand proportion, typographic art and statement lighting.