05/03/2012 02:57 pm ET Updated Oct 11, 2012

5 Pinners To Follow On Pinterest

This week, in our Hot On Pinterest series, we bring you inspiration from across the world. From the latest home decor products from Paris, to the expert vignettes of one New York-based reality show contestant, these are the five pinners who left a major impression on us. See how they made our list this week -- and why you should check them out too!

Maria Solovieva-Sosnowik: From vintage Voltswagen beetles to stunning interiors of historic buildings, this Russian pinner knows how to bring out the beauty in old things. We especially love how an age-old design technique like button tufting is given a fresh, new focus in her "...buttons boom..." board.

Natasha Elisa: The blogger behind Little Pink Monster features a great collection of simple DIYs and kid-friendly crafts. And we really appreciate how she tests out popular pins found in her "PINBUSTERS!" board and reports her findings on her blog.

Carisa Perez: The first runner-up of Bravo's 'Top Design' (season one), this pinner showcases expertly curated boards of the colorful and cutting-edge variety. However, we're actually blown away by her "...or a lack thereof." board, which features mostly black and white decor.

Kim Kiwi: Bringing us the latest fashions straight from Paris, this pinner also has a penchant for vintage-inspired decor. The products seen in her "For the Home ±" and "Tableware آ Ό۱آ أ" boards feature old-timey colors and patterns and mid-century-style design.

Bright.Bazaar/: From across the pond, this UK-based pinner brings us the best of the world's home exteriors in one board called "Getting outside". And when your done admiring his outdoor images, click over to "Retail Stores" to browse through the most adorable storefronts we wish we could visit.

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