The 100

There are all kinds of recaps and best ofs at this time of year but, instead of looking back, we’re jumping ahead. Our insights team have dug through a ton of data from the past year to identify the top emerging trends on Pinterest. And the results are just too good to keep to ourselves.

Here are a few highlights from the Pinterest 100, our official trend report for 2017.


Food and drink

The latest meat substitute is jackfruit (yes, a fruit!).

Sous vide is the fancy name for a "set it and forget it" way of cooking

Crisps you can go to town on, guilt free


Home décor

Navy is the new black

Indoor vines are taking over

Plants and interior accessories


Hair and beauty

No-heat hairstyles are definitely a *yes*

The top knot gets a braid upgrade

RIP coffin nails, chrome is killing it


Men’s style

Hipster Brooklyn fades, men want it made in Detroit

Man buns are over (thank goodness) and shorter styles are back on top



Adventure travel is getting more love than romantic escapes

Vintage van on the road.

Chill out in the snow instead of at the beach

You just have to go to Kyoto



Fitness fans are all about abs 

Sorry spa water, it's detox tea time

Ditch the therapist for energy healing

Cold showers should be part of your morning routine


Kids and parenting

Story prompts spark children's imaginations

Fairy gardens add a little magic to playtime


Hobbies and interests

Celebrity airport style is stealing the spotlight from the red carpet

Mixology takes your cocktail game to the next level



“I don't like International Doughnut Day” said no one ever

Cultural wedding traditions are a do

And there’s more where that came from! Check out all of the Pinterest 100 trends.

Now go give 'em a try

Maybe you actually go to Kyoto, or sous vide the best steak ever. Now there’s an easy way to keep track of all the ideas you’ve tried on Pinterest. Tap the new tick on the Pin to say you've tried it. You can even add feedback, notes and photos to help others decide if they should give it a go too.

– Kate Allchin, UK Content & Community Manager, currently saving ideas to DON'T MOVE, IMPROVE