Pinterest ranks high as one of our favorite resources for finding inspiration. But, like any social media platform, Pinterest is only as good as the people you follow. To keep things fresh, add these accounts from our favorite designer brands to your follow list.

Jonathan Adler

Why you should follow Jonathan: He’s the master of mid-century made modern! There’s always something colorful, fun, and chic to find on his boards.

Favorite board: Though we love every space he designs, his Living Rooms board has 100+ ideas that’ll definitely inspire your next makeover.

Joanna Gaines/Magnolia Market

Why you should follow Joanna: Chances are, you already watch her make magic on HGTV’s Fixer Upper. Her boards are filled with finds from the Gaines’ brand (Magnolia Market) along with up-close looks at their favorite past projects.

Favorite board: Joanna’s Kitchen board features gorgeous finds from Magnolia Market, along with many kitchen projects from past seasons.

Heath Ceramics

Why you should follow Heath Ceramics: From dishware to tiles, this California brand has been making must-have ceramics since 1948.

Favorite board: The Heath Clay Studio board has a mix of current products for sale, along with a few behind-the-scenes glimpses of experimental pieces and product tests. You’ll want everything you find on this board.

Knoll, Inc.

Why you should follow Knoll: Knoll is a brand that’s been synonymous with modern style, no matter the decade. Their collection of boards covers everything from the history behind the brand to interesting new pieces.

Favorite board: Though at-home work spaces can be a challenge to design, Home Offices to Swoon Over offers plenty of charming ideas.

High Point Market

Why you should follow High Point Market: Though HPM isn’t a brand in itself the way Jonathan Adler is, it’s the showroom of all showrooms. And just like visiting the legendary North Carolina market, you can see a wide range of different brands on its Pinterest account.

Favorite board: Though all boards inspire, a favorite as of late is the Parker Kennedy Living board, which features a wide range of influences and styles curated by the interior design firm’s founders.

Schoolhouse Electric

Why you should follow Schoolhouse Electric: It’s all about hardware and lighting at this vintage-inspired brand that’s based in Portland, Oregon, and NYC.

Favorite board: The Schoolhouse Lighting board is a nice blend of product and inspiration that’s a must-see for anyone looking to redo their lighting.


Why you should follow Terrain: Gardens are a lifestyle at this brand, founded by the same company behind Anthropologie and Urban Outfitters. Terrain’s boards are a mix of gardening ideas, products, and even cocktail ideas.

Favorite board: We’re getting ahead of next season with the Fall at Home board, which features recipes, décor ideas, and more.


Why you should follow Duralee: The famed fabric house devotes its boards to color, pattern, and interesting collabs with designers.

Favorite board: We’re in love with the Maximalism board, and all of the fabulous patterns featured on it.


Why you should follow Kravet: From trim to furniture, wall coverings to draperies, Kravet has it all. Its Pinterest boards give a great overview of everything the brand offers, and the inspirations behind the pieces or patterns.

Favorite board: We loved seeing the runway inspirations behind the third collection in the Oscar de la Renta for Lee Jofa line.

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