Rocks are beautiful, and they are the easiest thing to find. So here are a few lovely decorating ideas with rocks from the beach.
Even Martha Stewart is decorating with rocks! To her rocks are souvenirs from a beach walk, carefully chosen. Small rocks are placed in jars and displayed above the sink in her Maine Home. And there's room to grow for Martha's beach rock collection!
Decorating with rocks can be as straight forward as lining them up on a window sill. Seen at Real Simple.
Rocks softened and rounded by the sea. The colors of beach rocks vary by location. I really like the lighter colors. Hues of white, gray and blue look very elegant. Via Apartment Therapy.
As soon as you stack rocks, they become zen-like.
Decorating with rocks can take the shape of the Alphabet! Spread the rocks out on a side table or glue them on a canvas.
Give tealight candle holders a unique twist by adding beach rocks. Seen here. Small shallow tealight holders are placed at the bottom of sturdy glass tumblers, then small beach rocks are arranged around them.
Decorating with rocks for the table to make an inviting natural centerpiece.
You can also use beach rocks as canvases for drawings, paintings, and words.
Beach rocks are very photogenic as well.
Maybe next time you're on the beach, you'll bring a few rocks home! Via.
And just for the fun of it, there's a site called World Beach Project where people from all corners of the world post pictures of their rock creations on the beach.