When it comes to Pinterest, we definitely have our little group of favorites; folks we can rely on to consistently pin things that delight and inspire us, every time. Pinterest user Pennyweight is definitely in our little e-inner circle. A blogger who also works for a rad denim brand, Pennyweight's nailed that gorgeous, muted-colors thing that we can't get enough of — and considering that she's just shy of having 1.3 million followers, it seems plenty of others are in on the secret. With boards as fun as "style" and "nesting" — each with over 2k pins — we're simply hooked on this collection of pins. What's most striking is that her curation is so on-point, and every pin seems like it belongs in this big, happy Pennyweight family. Click through for ten of our favorite pins from this Pinterest superstar.
Natural Light Sparkle
Disco balls are so underrated--just check out this amazing (and totally attainable) photo of one in the sunlight.
Atypical Dream Castle
When you think "dream castle" you picture a huge, stately home among the fog and moors, yes? We did too--until we saw this huge, totally amazing bouncy castle.
Sweetest Party Package
This is like a party-in-a-box kit, and we want in.
The Impossible Staircase
This is labeled under "displays," but we kind of want this trippy staircase art for our house.
Pastel Pretty Hair
Pastel-colored hair is going to be huge (again!?) this spring, and this picture--from a board dedicated simply to gorgeous hair--is making us want to jump on the bandwagon.
Hall of Amazing Plants
From an amazing pinboard full of plantlife, we pinpointed this lovely hall filled with luscious greenery as a total standout.
Floral Crown Fancy
Floral crowns are pretty typical Pinterest fodder, but this one is keeping us inspired.
Yeah, we definitely need one of these to put in our office, in our bedrooms, tacked on to all our bags.
Winter Coat of our Dreams
In an alternate universe, we'd give up our basic black winter coats in favor of this eye-grabbing floral number.
Dark Walls Are Pretty Too
We love this pin--from the "nesting" board--because it proves that dark walls can lend themselves to an airy, light-filled bedroom, too.