Showing posts with label coastal decor. Show all posts
Showing posts with label coastal decor. Show all posts

Thursday, August 18, 2016

HOME ROOM: Master Bedroom Makeover Final Reveal

Bedroom Makeover Final Reveal Side Table RosesOur master bedroom makeover is finally done. Group hug and high fives! It’s taken me months and months to complete this project because I have so few weekends to work on it. Between working full time, business travel, family and everything else, I had to wait until I took time off work to finish the final details.

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Etceteras: Chippy Pedestal Tray

Coastal Decor Weathered Chippy Serving StandI’m loving my new coastal weathered pedestal tray. I started out creating this with the plan to make a sign. But I really don’t need another sign. Then it was going to be an jewelry holder. I couldn’t decide what to do with it so  I set it aside. Because I’m completely out of room, I placed the flat tray temporarily on top of another pedestal dish that I have in my craft room and inspiration struck. It would be perfect as a pedestal tray.


Thursday, July 23, 2015

ETCETERAS: Sea Glass Succulent Bowl

Sea Glass Succulent Bowl - homework (4)It wouldn’t be summer if I didn’t create some type of beachy coastal décor piece and this one is a quick and easy. The sea glass is from a floral arrangement I received years ago. The vase was filled with these beautiful glass chips and of course I washed and saved them.

Friday, June 26, 2015

EXTRA CREDIT: Coastal Crafts : Decorative Seaside Projects {giveaway}

Coastal Crafts by Cynthia Shaffer via homework (7)There’s nothing like a little beach décor or coastal crafting to really celebrate summer. Whether you live near the seaside or not, it’s fun to bring a little coastal charm into your home. Coastal Crafts (Lark, May 2015) by Cynthia Shaffer has over 20 projects that use seashells, ropes, sea glass and other nautical materials. Perfect for some summer fun.

Monday, July 29, 2013

Upcycling: Weathered Nautical cans

Weathered Nautical Cans via homework (5)It’s not too late to get that beachy coastal look for summer and here’s a simple diy recycling project to add a nautical touch to your décor.