Homeowner Lindy had a professed love of beach and coastal themes, but didn't want it over-the-top. (No draped fishnets and plastic lobsters for her.) Joanna wanted to approach the motif in nuanced ways, striving not to be too literal. Worn wooden oars from a salvage shop struck just the right note, suggesting nautical and water motifs without being overly "beachy."
I discovered a cool trick this week & I had to come here on the blog & share it with you guys. It was kind of a super random product that I tried out that I was actually shocked that worked. I was on Amazon one night browsing & I came across & HAD to give it a try. I thought it would probably end up in the garage somewhere & filed under 'things that don't work' or under 'things Liz can't do'. You see there are a ton of products I try or projects that fail that I never
Learn how to make a rolling DIY outdoor storage box / bench for your patio or deck with this step by step tutorial. Full plans provided. It is designed to be made from one sheet of plywood. Use it as extra seating and fill it with your patio cushions.
A few weeks ago, I was browsing through a stack of catalogs I keep for inspiration and I spotted the coolest (does anyone still use that word?) ..anyhoo, the coolest coastal accessory and I immediately fell in love and had to have it. In the DIY sense of course. Today’s project is a 15 minute DIY coastal...Read More »
It has been five weeks since the grand reveal of our Rustic Nautical Master Bedroom Makeover…and the high from your incredible reception to it all still hasn’t worn off. So, thank you to each of you who has taken time to click through to read this series or leave an encouraging word. It means more to us than...