Fashion designer @indaheart breaks down how she uses Pinterest:
“I personally use Pinterest for quick patternmaking and sewing techniques. I’ve made a couple fun projects like my bucket hats, bags and some tie dye socks. For work, I use Pinterest for trend forecasting, collages and mood-board inspo for my presentations.”
How does Pinterest inspire you?
📌: Link in bio to see @indaheart’s boards
Multi-hyphenate creative @marleneluciano focuses on style but also acts, hosts events, and creative directs. Here’s how she uses Pinterest, in her own words:
“I have both public and secret boards - ranging from home inspiration and flyers/invites to mood boards for photo shoots and style ideas for personal shopping clients. I even directed a music video once and stuck to everything in my board from wardrobe, to lighting, props, and concept.”
📌: Link in bio
Turn your house into your dream home with these 2020 trends.
📌: Link in bio to see how people are transforming their homes into sanctuaries for fitness, fun and everything in between. #pinterest100
How does Pinterest inspire you? Here’s how LA-based design agency @ProjectMPlus uses Pinterest to make magic:
“We use Pinterest for nearly every job from branding, to interiors and architecture. As a creative director and lead architect, a big part of our job is creative alignment, this means communicating our vision to the client and our team - and sourcing new exciting, products. Ninety percent of our boards are secret and used internally - and they are very layered! For example, interiors boards for Oh Joy, we have folders for every room in the house, plus wallpaper, textiles, lighting, artwork and hardware folders. There's so much research that goes into every tiny detail of the project - and between client approvals, availability, and cost, we might go through dozens of options. Pinterest has become our resource library and we're constantly revisiting boards for similar projects. We love having a direct link to the product page, so we can easily reference sizes and specifications, availability and cost. Now that we can pin images from Instagram, it's even more useful and a complete shorthand to establish a visual dialogue.” - Cleo and McShane Murnane, husband-wife duo and founder of design agency @ProjectMPlus
📌: Link in bio #PinterestInspired
“Meet my Holiday Hot Toddy 🎄 All of the benefits of a hot toddy alongside the warming indulgence of bold spices you would find in a sweet mulled wine over the holidays!” - @lifestylebyannaelizabeth
📌: Link in bio for full recipe. Bourbon optional. #PinterestInspired