These rooms are out of this world -they all take you into the deep, under the sea! Some of these under the sea rooms are probably not what you would ever consider doing (or should attempt in your home), while others just might inspire an idea or two. So dive on in!
Ikea's wide frame Malma Mirrors ($1.99) have a great surface to attach shells, driftwood, and seaglass. I tried my hand on this too. Take a look!
I featured Carol's Darling California Cottage on Beach Bliss Living, now I'm giving you a peek into a home in her Ventura neighborhood that she showcased on her blog Art and Sand.
Natural materials are perfect for coastal, beach and nautical theme decorating, and I'm loving all the Beachy Wicker Basket Storage Solutions I've been seeing. To spruce up baskets you already have with paint, or create the look inexpensively with rope, check out these DIY wicker basket ideas!
The leaves haven't even fully turned yet, but I've already been seeing lots of Christmas pictures being shared on Pinterest. So here are a few great online stores where you can indulge in early coastal Christmas shopping! I'm especially loving all the awesome coastal Christmas pillows with sayings. I think I need one!
Along with Shellebrating Sanibel Island FL, destination of the world's best shelling beaches (on my other blog Beach Bliss Living), I wanted to showcase what people do with their shell bounty. So here are some awesome Sanibel shell crafts, made with shells found on Sanibel's beautiful beaches.
Let's take a closer look at the nautical bedroom suite makeover from last year's DIY Network Blog Cabin. I just re-discovered it, stumbling upon the tour at Good Housekeeping. It's a very sea-worthy space with some great nautical accessories. Sea for yourself & shop the look!
We are revisiting talented artist Chase Allen from The Iron Fish! I introduced Chase's coastal wall sculptures back in 2010 here, since then his business has grown and now he is a finalist in the Martha Stewart American Made program.