An abundance of Pinterest inspiration awaits you ,with all things Afri-fabulous and much much more. Here are some of my favourite Pinners and a few images to give you a taste of what to expect from their boards …
AphroChic originally began as an interior design blog and has blossomed into a home decor product line, inspired by cultures from around the world. AphroChic’s Pinterest boards span art and design inspiration from around the world, including, you guessed it, a lot of African and African-inspired pins.
Justina Blakeney is a stylist, designer, blogger and mama with a penchant for the bohemian. Her Pinterest boards are are delight to peruse and illustrate her philosophy:
"I believe that good design increases quality of life … I believe that objects carry the stories of their makers–so things that are made with love, care and good materials bring those qualities with them where-ever they go … I believe in diversity. I believe that design can save the world."
Robyn Gordon is a sculptor in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. Art is her passion and when she’s not creating art or thinking about it, she’s pinning it! Her Pinterest page is prolific with an abundance of art and design from and inspired by our rich and diverse continent.
Jamala Johns is an art director, blogger, photographer and self-proclaimed obsessive Pinterest user. Seriously. Art, design, popular culture and beyond. There’s a reason why hundreds of thousands of people are following her!
I’m constantly talking about my own Pinterest obsession and, after a short hiatus, I’m back with a vengeance! Creative inspiration of all kinds including colour, patterns, textiles, art, design, styling food and much more, with several Africa-specific boards. Come partake in the fun!
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