Pinterest on Thursday released its top pins of 2013. From hipster haircuts to travel inspiration–or shall we say, pinspiration–the list shows the community has had its eye on a number of things beyond wedding ideas.
The selection of top pins are broken down by category, including food, travel, and technology. 2013 has been a monumental year for the social networking site. In addition to a $3.8 billion valuation, Pinterest also jumpstarted its revenue stream with the roll out of promoted pins. According to marketing firm Piquora, each pin is worth about 78 cents in sale, a 25% increase from last year, and drives two site visits and six page views.