Mix summer memories in with your holiday decorations this year by stringing sand dollars, starfish and shells onto narrow rope or twine. To attach the starfish, carefully drill a small hole near the end of one arm then slide the twine through. Just loop the twine through the hole on each sand dollar and attach shells either by tying them on or with a dollop of hot glue.
Jackson Paige Interiors incorporated a coastal feel to their contemporary design in this Brentwood remodel with their careful selection of fun accent pieces in the rooms. This starfish set, casually set atop vintage-style bottles, is another example of this approach.
Nothing evokes a summer feel quite like starfish and seashells. HGTV fan single_mom_on_a_budget dressed up her shabby chic dining room with her favorite beach elements in mind. She incorporated seashells into her year-round china display and then turned the dining table into a dreamy setup for four. Celebrate summer by creating a seasonal table setup of seashells, starfish, candles and small driftwood pieces. Invite people over for seafood favorites, like grilled fish, pan-roasted scallops and coconut shrimp, to go with the warm-weather theme.
Travertine-style porcelain tile and clean white surfaces define this spa-like master bathroom. Here, the four-drawer scalloped chest -- a stunning storage unit for undergarments -- is topped with a collection of faux mercury-glass candlesticks. Nearby, a 2-foot-deep soaking tub offers a spa-style bathing experience. A picture window connects the space to the natural wooded outdoors of the property.
Textured wallpaper and a wood beam bed frame create a beautifully beachy mix of texture to set the stage for this coastal inspired room. Seashell art perfectly suits the style and compliments the shell-like table lamp bases. An upholstered stool table and plush pillows add soft color and pattern to decorate the space.
Bamboo blinds, textured wallpaper and a wood board bed frame create a stylish coastal setting in this master bedroom. Open floor space keeps the room feeling open and inviting. Seashell decorations add the perfect finish for a seaside feel.
Beautiful white wood walls and exposed ceiling beams give a great nautical feel to this coastal mudroom. Dark wood on the built in bench and ceiling fan panels give a deep contrast to the bright white. wicker baskets tuck under the bench for organized and concealed storage.
Remove the shades from sconces in order to streamline the style and the space, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta. Then, instead of a cabinet, use fancy open shelves with baskets to hold toiletries and corral clutter.