Pinterest is a globally popular visual discovery tool that allows you to “pin” images and webpages to virtual boards; you can also see what others are pinning. This is a great way to not only discover new things but to keep track of articles and images that relate to a certain subject and store them in one convenient location. If you’re moving to a new home, try using Pinterest to keep track of inspiration and information. Here are some ways to organize your boards:
By Décor Style — Do you have a favorite décor style? Maybe you love the primitive look, or perhaps Scandinavian design is more your style. Create a board based on your preferred home décor to keep interior design ideas at your fingertips.
By Color — If you’ve got a signature color, create a board devoted to décor items in the same hue. Maybe you love purple; your board could have everything from images of purple couches and carpets to lilacs in bloom. You could even do boards for your favorite color pairings, for example, pink and black or purple and gold.
By Room — Organizing Pinterest boards by room is another way to keep track of helpful how-to articles and photos you love. You could have a board for every room of your new home, as well as its exterior. You don’t have to come up with fancy names for your boards; naming them Kitchen, Bathroom, Bedroom, and so on is the best strategy.
Other Board Ideas — Some of your new home boards don’t even have to be about design and décor; you can also pin DIY crafts and projects, housekeeping hacks, home-related financial strategies, and so much more. That’s the great thing about Pinterest — no matter what you want to discover, save, and share, it’s all right there for you.
Making Your Move
There’s no doubt that moving to a new home is exciting. However, for it to also be stress-free, you need the services of an experienced moving company in your corner. Call Coleman Allied — our highly trained movers can handle every aspect of your relocation from start to finish! We even offer storage solutions on both a short and long-term basis.
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