32 Interior Designers You Need to Follow on Pinterest (Part 2)

32 Interior Designers You Need to Follow on Pinterest (Part 2)

Pinterest is the perfect place to go to for travel, gift, recipe, and even interior design ideas. To find the best interior design ideas and innovating décor, make sure you’re following these 32 interior designers.


Inspiration can come from anywhere and strike at any time. But if you’ve ever had a big design project, you know that it doesn’t always come to you right away. Sometimes, inspiration runs dry and it takes some searching to get it back. Not to mention that it can be overwhelming or hard to picture in your head. This is where platforms like Pinterest come in handy, offering thousands of visual, creative ideas you can incorporate in your home. 

For interior design inspiration, trends, tips, and products that you can feel confident in, there are talented interior designers on Pinterest that constantly share their best ideas. Recently, we posted the first half of this list highlighting 16 of those interior designers you should follow on Pinterest. But for even more great design ideas, here are the remaining 16 inspiring interior designers you need to follow for a continuous supply of creative ideas for your home and lifestyle.

1. Stagetecture

From interior design trends to DIY crafts, the Stagetecture Pinterest page is full of great ideas to spruce up your space. While there is plenty of interior design inspiration on their boards, there’s also real estate, recipes, tutorials, and plenty of other pins to explore. It’s part of why we love following them — there’s always something unexpected. 

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2. Tharon Anderson

Tharon Anderson

Tharon Anderson’s Pinterest page makes it easy to find what you’re looking for. Accessories. Art. Textiles. Hardware. Contrasting pillows. Tharon’s boards have it all and are tightly organized with countless boards covering room, furniture, and function types. We also love that Tharon shares her favorite exteriors as well, showing her love for design on the inside and outside of homes.

3. Brett Helsham

Interior design is a very visual expression of your personality. Brett Helsham’s Pinterest uses visual inspirations from fashion, technology, landscapes and more to create bright, colorful boards that are full of character. In addition, Brett has plenty of boards from her own design projects including both commercial and residential renovations. 

Brett Helsham 

4. Lorri Dyner

Lori Dyner

With over 4,000 pins all pertaining to interior design, Lorri Dyner is an avid Pinterest user providing you with endless ideas, products, and textures to fill your home with. But with so many pins, Lorri organizes them well with boards dedicated to specific topics like “Black & White Checkered Floors,” “Bookshelves I Love,” “Kate Spade Green,” and more. 

5. Dorm Decor

As the name would imply, Dorm Decor is an interior design firm focused on campus living. Dorm Decor is one of our favorite Pinterests because they offer creative and innovative interior design ideas that maximize floor and wall space better than anyone. This is helpful to both students and adults alike who might be tight on space and need to take full advantage of the floor space that is available to them. 

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6. Megan Papworth

Megan Papworth

Even though she’s only one-half of a mother-daughter interior design business, Megan Papworth’s Pinterest has enough pins for the both of them. There are dozens of boards Megan has put together based on room function, furnishings, and fixtures, but our favorite board “Home Design & Decor Inspiration” is easily her most pinned. It’s the perfect board to browse if you don’t know what inspiration you’re looking for. 

7. Christi Barbour

As an expression of yourself and your personal style, interior design inspiration doesn’t only come from other homes. Christi Barbour celebrates that fact through her pins and boards. Drawing inspiration from travel, photography, fonts, quotes, and more, Christi’s Pinterest is a smorgasbord of fun and thoughtful visuals.

Christi Barbour 

8. Sheila Irwin

Sheila Irwin

Sheila Irwin of Maison de Cinq has nearly 30,000 pins in total. Wow! When breaking those pins down into boards, you could browse thousands of inspiring kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and other room ideas. It’s not all interior design, though. Sheila also makes a point to pin fun party decor, florals, and fashion as well. 

9. Liz Marie Galvin

Because interior design is an expression of yourself, it’s helpful to see what others use to express their personalities. Filled with fashion, makeup, recipes, DIY crafts, and — of course — interior design, Liz Marie Galvin’s Pinterest is the perfect representation of her own style and personality. For example, her “Wish List” board is filled with the products, accessories, and furnishings she wants for her own collections. 

Liz Marie Galvin

10. Harding & Company Design

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Two sisters, an interior design firm, and endless inspiration. That’s what Harding & Company Design is made of. Featuring everything you could possibly need like paint, fabric, table, and fixture ideas, Abby and Katy Harding’s pins are helpful and fun to look at. They also pin items that inspired their past projects from time to time, giving you an inside look into their process. If you want to see an example, check out their “Project - 30 Bradford” board.

11. Mark D. Sikes

With over 67,000 followers, Mark D. Sikes has a Pinterest page that captures attention and delivers plenty of great ideas. But while you can find boards of interiors, Mark also shares pins of inspiring people, places, and things. With multiple sources of inspiration, his Pinterest provides hundreds of beautiful ideas you could bring into your home and your lifestyle. 

Mark D. Sikes

12. Jessica McIntyre

Jessica McIntyre

Looking at Jessica’s Pinterest, you can tell that she uses the platform to inspire her own work. In fact, many of her boards are dedicated for pins that give her ideas for her own design projects. For example, her “JMI | Highland Park” board contains pins of color palettes, products, and decor that she used to inspire her Highland Park Classic design project.

13. Kim Armstrong

If you’re looking for ideas for a colorful, bright space in your home, look no further than Kim Armstrong’s Pinterest. Reflective of her own interior design style, Kim’s pins and boards are full of colorfully curated spaces and renovations providing a vibrant array of great ideas. Browsing through, you’ll find a lot of purples, blues, and pinks decorating her pins and boards. 

Kim Armstrong 

14. Cassandra LaValle

Cassandra LaValle

Cassandra LaValle, founder of coco kelley (a platform of curated ideas for interior design, parties, tabletops, travel, food, and fashion), has a Pinterest with an endless supply of beautiful, cool, and fresh pins. With interior design pins mixed in with fashion, travel, prints, and more there are several ways you can become inspired on Cassandra’s page.

15. Christine Markatos Lowe

Our favorite part of Christine’s Pinterest is that she has boards dedicated to different color palettes and color trends. From cerulean to vermillion, Christine has plenty of ways you can use those colors in your home, and you can find them all through her many pins and boards. 

Christine Markatos Lowe 

16. Timothy Corrigan

Timothy Corrigan

Timothy Corrigan’s Pinterest is filled with intricate, elegant spaces, offering new ideas and trends for your interior design and decorations. Sorted by room type and function, Timothy’s page is also easy to navigate allowing you to browse for ideas based on the room(s) your looking to renovate or design. If you’re looking for new products to add to your home, Timothy also shares his own collections and favorite things.

Missed Part 1 of This List?

Don’t forget to check out Part 1 of this list if you missed out. Follow us on Pinterest as well for creative ways to use natural fiber area rugs, interior design tips, and information on our latest sales.

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