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06/21/2012 02:28 pm ET | Updated Oct 11, 2012

Hot On Pinterest: Grant Gibson, West Elm, And Three Other Pinners To Follow Now

If your home needs to be spruced and you're looking for some inspiration, our weekly installment of Hot On Pinterest can help! We're bringing you five of the best accounts that are all about style, creativity and fun!

Morgan Satterfield/Brick House: This design guru from Hemet, California has a board for every room in your house. From lightbulbs to kitchen chairs, she's pinning "modern design for frugal folks." If you're looking to be inspired by some modern art, she's put together an amazing board that'll make you feel like you're in a chic museum.

West Elm: We're thrilled West Elm is on Pinterest. The Brooklyn-based furniture and decor company has over 30 boards, each one more colorful than the next. We especially love the Dream House of the Day board, which allows us to stare at beautiful homes from across the country (like we need another excuse to do that!).

Grant Gibson: This bi-coastal genius behind Grant K. Gibson Interior Design, not only repins from other amazing designers, but he also allows us to keep up with his work with a board dedicated to his own designs. While perusing his page, it's easy to see why he was named Elle Decor's "Five Designers To Watch" in 2010.

Erica Reitman: We love this self-proclaimed "smartass design blogger." Not only does she pin really great interior spaces, she has a Storage & Organizing board that displays amazing ways to save space and keep tidy.

Mr. Call Designs: Jon Call, the designer behind Mr. Call Designs in New York, is interested in one thing: classic American style. And while his account is filled with traditional images, there are also hints of modern, sleek and quirky projects too.

Want to see your account in our weekly top 5? Then send us an email! Simply click "Send Us A Tip" (below) with a link to your account. (We also accept nominations!) And don't forget -- Stylelist Home is on Pinterest, too.

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