Whether we’re on the hunt for a showstopping tablescape or beautiful tile references, Pinterest is our go-to for design inspiration. As such, we thought it was only right that we pay homage with a round up of our most pinned posts of 2018. From a jewel-toned statement kitchen to a boho 70’s throwback, keep scrolling for more Pinterest home decor inspo.
Pinterest Home Decor Inspiration
The Industrial Living Space
All of our renders of the week were huge hits across social media this year, but it was this industrial style living space which caught the eyes (and hearts) of our Pinterest followers. We love how this render combines texture with iconic furniture pieces. It proves that small space living can be stylish too!
The Statement Architectural Masterpiece
With the amount of content floating around on Pinterest these days, it takes something special to truly stand out from the crowd. And Kipseli Architect’s ‘Opening House’ ticks that box with aplomb. Inspired by the Rubik’s Cube, the striking geometric facade of this Grecian abode sets the tone for a modern contemporary aesthetic tinged with playful whimsy.
The Wood Panel Cabinet
The clutter-free lifestyle is trending right now on Pinterest, so it’s no surprise to see that this chic wood panel cabinet is among our top pinned posts. Though sheer, the wood paneling hides a multitude of clutter sin. It’s perfect for wannabe minimalists who can’t quite get a handle on their penchant for ‘stuff’.
The Jewel-Toned Kitchen
While 2017 was the year of the white kitchen, 2018 was the year all things color exploded onto the scene. Case in point, this statement jewel-toned space which became our top kitchen pin of the year. The opulent gold hardware, lavish black marble and Art Deco accessories are just a few of our favorite things about this pin.
The 70’s Throwback
Proving that the 70s were more than the ‘decade style forgot’, this vintage throwback rounds out our list of top pinned posts for this year. Although the gloriously gaudy shag carpet remains a questionable style decision, the wood paneling and statement stone wall foreshadows some of our favorite design trends of recent years. What comes around goes around after all.