Pinterest is a social media phenomenon that many fans of Ruralist are passionate (if not obsessive) about. By “pinning” targeted links and images to their Pinterest boards, users curate and share their personal galleries of inspiring digital content. Pinterest users can “follow” other users, and “like,” “repin” and comment on the content they see. You may notice the Pinterest icon at the bottom of our posts each day. This means that anyone who has an account can share Ruralist content to their Pinterest boards. It’s fun, it’s free and it’s addictive!
What is a First Follower?
We want to recognize a special group of people who are helping to grow our Ruralist community – our first followers. First followers deserve special thanks as they are the ones who take risks and get on board before anyone else. Leaders in their own right, first followers show others the way and lead by example. Our first followers have been critical to getting Ruralist off the ground. By following us on Pinterest, these three ladies have each introduced Ruralist to their Pinterest networks while also sharing their own unique brand of style and design.
Meet Our First Followers:
Jenny Wallace - It’s no secret we’re fans of Jenny, owner of Hive in Bayfield. We are so inspired by Jenny’s style and design sense. If you like good design that’s also accessible, follow Jenny on Pinterest and you will enjoy a fantastic variety of art, fashion, health and interior decorating ideas.
Sara Langendoen - Sara is a a stylist and designer who loves travel, food, interior design and, above all, textiles. Sara’s pins are rich in color and texture, which we love to see. Expecting a baby soon, Sara is pinning lots of great nursery ideas, especially creative ways to use small spaces.
Cynthia Weber - Cynthia is an experienced interior decorator with great taste which is reflected in her Pinterest boards. Pinterest is a great way to experience Cynthia’s elegant style as her ecclectic combination of rustic and polished elements are very unique. Following Cynthia is like having your own personally curated design guide. I wish I could create each one of her vignettes at my house!