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I Adore Driftwood Decor

I adore everything driftwood decor, and these few lovely ideas are really simple.

Driftwood on the Beach
While you're out shopping on Black Friday, I'll be walking off my Thanksgiving meal on the beach and hopefully find some driftwood on the way! Via.


Driftwood Pull
Two driftwood pieces like this one would look great as pulls on my nightstands! Via Beyond the Sea.

Driftwood Hooks
Simple driftwood hooks on the wall.

A Bundle of Driftwood
And a bundle of driftwood in a bucket. Both from the home of artist Leah Anderson, photographed by Lara at Modern Prairie Girl.

Driftwood Christmas Tree
A hanging driftwood Christmas tree, found on Picasa.

Driftwood Tree
And don't be afraid of the pillar drill! If Ali of Domesticali can conquer her fear, you can too.

Driftwood Christmas Tree
Lastly, Prudence from Flotsam Friends put together this lovely Christmas tree that she decorated with her own creations.

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!
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21 comments:

Erin @ The Impatient Gardener said...

Love, love, LOVE the driftwood Christmas tree. Usually I just pick up the big, interesting pieces but I think I have to start grabbing up the little ones too.

Nicole-Lynn said...

Oh I do as well! I plan to use it as part of our table centerpieces somehow at our wedding reception :)

EntertainingMom said...

love the driftwood tree!

Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

Oh me too. How cute is this tree!?

Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

I wish we had more driftwood here in FL.

Brenda @Cozy Little House said...

You may not see me in a store until after Christmas! I hate the holiday hustle bustle crowds. I order online. Love your driftwood photos. Hope you find some good pieces!
Brenda

Sher said...

I'll be out on Blk Friday :D It's the only time of year that I crawl out of bed at like 3am LOL!

You and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

beth said...

No. I will most definitely not be shopping on Black Friday! I would never do that to myself! :) I would much rather be walking a beach somewhere searching for driftwood, too. I just love all the driftwood decorating ideas. If only I had a big pile of drift wood, and a beach house to decorate!
Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!! Beth. :)

kathi said...

Wonderful tree! Thank you so much for all of your beautiful posts and inspiration! Happy driftwood hunting and Happy Thansgiving too!

Tina said...

That tree is great. Don't do Black Friday at all. The name evokes exactly what it is to me. A dark time or Bleek Friday as I like to call it.
When we go to the Outer Banks, I spend many an hour walking and collecting driftwood. last year, I made Santa ornaments from the small pieces I found.
Have a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving and thanks for being a source of creative inspiration for me.
T

Beach Vintage said...

Oh my the driftwood Xmas tree is so so lovely.

Turquoise Diaries said...

I always find so many wonderful ideas here. I love your night stand..and of course you gave me an idea..:))

Pearl Maple said...

Fabulous driftwood decor, when we lived on Cape Cod we had little driftwood trees, they are a fun way to repurpose found things.

Pam said...

Love the driftwood ideas! Please stop by my blog to see a driftwood frame I whipped up earlier this year. The url is http://smallserendipities.blogspot.com/search/label/driftwood

Keep up the great postings!

Tamerie Shriver said...

Just as there are hardly any shells to speak of, driftwood is just as non-existent on Coronado Beach. I wonder why that is? Anyway, some great ideas for using driftwood.

Barbara said...

Really great ideas! I love driftwood decor, too!

Chloe and Co. said...

What great driftwood ideas.

simpledaisy said...

Love the driftwood christmas tree! How cute:)

DesignTies said...

I love driftwood. Lots of great ways to incorporate it into your home. The Christmas tree is fab!!

Have fun walking on the beach -- hope you find some good pieces of driftwood :-)

Kelly

Flotsam Friends said...

I also adore driftwood. I use it in my art. I've also made a driftwood Christmas tree and used driftwood and sea sponge in my decorations! Sure makes Christmas less tacky!! No tinsel policy in my household!! Merry Christmas to you all from sunny Sydney, Australia. Pxxx

fairmaiden said...

Oh how excited I am that you left a comment on my blog so that I could find you again. I love all these ideas for Christmas decorating...wish I would have seen them before the holidays...Oh well, next year, right? I love driftwood too and always search the beach for new pieces to take home with me...my family thinks I'm silly because to them it's just like picking up a rock. But one of my favorite pieces in my living room is a nice size piece of driftwood I found on the beach one day. I did just see some tiny pieces of driftwood all on a string at Homegoods, but I passed them up due to not having enough pennies in my pocket to spend on such at this time. I could think of so many things to do with them...and now I find even more ideas here. Sure would like to make one of those driftwood trees for the holidays next year.