Your Pinterest profile is your place to save ideas for later. It’s like your own personal library of all the things you love and want to try. But it isn’t always as easy as it should be to find those Pins later. Sometimes you forget what board a Pin’s on, even when you just Pinned it.
Sometimes you spot something you really love on Pinterest, but you don’t know how to find it in real life, or what it’s even called. There’s that perfect lamp hiding in a Pin of someone’s living room, or maybe a random street style shot with the exact shoes you’re looking for.
Well, now we’ve got a new tool that lets you find all those things you don't have the words to describe.
Earlier this summer, we launched buyable Pins on iPhone and iPad. Today, we’re excited to start rolling them out to U.S. Pinners on Android! There are over 60 million buyable Pins to choose from, so now when you discover products you love on Pinterest, you can buy them without ever leaving the app.
With less than a week left till Halloween, it’s time for maximum creativity with minimal effort. Luckily, DIY costumes are at an all-time high on Pinterest, with twice the number of costume Pins popping up in the last week alone. Here are the top 20 ways to keep it simple and get creative with stuff you already have in your closet.
Back in 2010 when we first started Pinterest, we were blown away by how many ways people found to use it. What started as a simple visual bookmarking tool quickly became a catalog of ideas that all kinds of interesting people—architects, designers, gardeners, chefs, parents—used to discover creative ideas they wanted to try.
You spend a lot of time searching for Pins and saving the best ones to your boards. But you shouldn’t have to spend a lot of time getting back to those Pins when you need them.
Starting this week, Pinners with the latest update on iPhone and iPad will have a few new ways to get to their Pins, boards and search results.
You don’t need a front row seat at Fashion Week to rock the latest runway looks. We’ve teamed up with Topshop to create a tool that’ll help you discover the haute-est pieces for your wardrobe.
Pinterest Palettes looks at your boards and unearths your own personal color palette using colors right from your Pins.
Earlier this year, our Pintervention crew transformed a Boston dog park into a Pin-inspired canine cloud nine.
We know that lots of people use Pinterest to get ready for going back to school or college. There are boards for everything from first-day outfits to must-have study supplies. Back in the day, Flintstones lunch boxes and brightly colored Trapper Keepers were the definition of cool for school.