Today we're excited to announce that our community has grown to more than 150 million people around the world using Pinterest every month. And we’ve got over 75 billion ideas waiting here for them to try. But what’s most exciting to me is just how diverse this group of people has become since Pinterest launched in 2010.
We’re going beyond black cats and broomsticks this October with a whole month of sneaky, shortcut ideas to trick out your Halloween. No matter where you fall on the Halloween freak-o-meter—whether you start planning your costume in July, or you’re more of a night before type—we’ve got your hack. One for every day of October, in fact.
31 Halloween hacks
Think cardboard costumes, creepy cocktails and more easy ideas, like how to…
Fall is officially here, so please pass me a very large turmeric latte. The change in seasons means a new crop of trends to test drive, and we don’t want to miss a thing. Here’s a rundown of the rising ideas on Pinterest right now.
This will be the tattoo of the year
What are Pinners eating this year? We asked our Pinsights team to do a little digging and tell us what flavors are heating up on Pinterest. Here are the top 10 trends to try in the kitchen.
Secret weapon spices
With a hint of nostalgia for '90s youth and the spirit of Ziggy Stardust looming, fall fashion on Pinterest is here.
The freshman 15 you actually want
Dorm dining is like a giant buffet binge fest, but it IS possible to avoid the junk. Our freshman 15 recipes hit all the right spots: healthy, easy and affordable. No sissy salads either—we’re talking burrito bowls, mac and cheese and chocolate chip cookies. The best part? Just microwave and go.
We love when people get in touch to tell us what’s working on Pinterest, and what we could do better. Today, we’re making a few changes based on all the helpful feedback we’ve heard.
Pinterest messaging made easy
Millions of people around the world come to Pinterest to discover ideas to try, and one of the best tools for helping them bring those ideas to life is video.
Video helps people visualize how to make ideas happen. In fact, people have told us that when they come across a how-to video on Pinterest, they’re more than twice as likely to give it a try (versus videos they find on other sites). Whether it’s a new workout move or a recipe for bacon potato-chip chocolate cookies, watching someone else do it first can be a big help.
Stylish gender-neutral nurseries
The days of pastel pink and powder blue baby rooms are behind us. With a 53% spike in gender neutral nursery ideas on Pinterest, parents-to-be are decorating with a quieter palette of creams, grays and browns suitable for a boy or a girl. And neutral doesn’t mean boring. Popular ideas include modern geometric patterns and adventure themes with maps, teepees and canoes.
Last year, we gave you a way to buy things you find on Pinterest right from your phone. Today, we’re rolling out buyable Pins on web and adding a new shopping bag so you can shop for multiple items wherever you are.
Here are just some of the things that make shopping with Pinterest unique:
Take your new shopping bag anywhere
United States of Burgers
Burgers and booze mean different things to different people depending on where you live.
This month marks the one year anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling to legalize same-sex marriage, a huge victory for gay rights advocates.
Now that everyone can celebrate their love and celebrate it legally, let’s look at some of the fresh and unique spins that couples—regardless of sexual identity—are taking on classic wedding traditions.