Summahtime

Hi! The summer season is so fun to decorate. So much of it can come from nature. I went to Cape May years ago and found so much fun driftwood and shells. I literally pull them out every year - the cool thing is that with them are memories of that trip. I have also collected starfish from local beach stores at Bethany Beach, DE. One may question the sanity of my desire to bring a bucket of sand home from Cape May because it is really fine and white - it is different than Bethany Beach! Sand is inexpensive and can be used in a variety of ways. It can be used to fill trays as a backdrop for shells and other treasures or it can be used to fill hurricanes with candles. Sand looks cool j

Summer Time and the livin' is easy...

Summer...Ahhh. What I associate with summer when I think of seasonal summer decor in my home is beach, coastal, all things sandy. This lamp shade frame got boxwood at Christmas and now is decked out in capice shells. To add that feminine unexpected touch, I did a lace up corset style on one of the sections with fringy old cotton strips of fabric. The fun thing about an open lamp shade frame is that you can see the light bulb. There are so many amazing filament style (edison) light bulbs out there. Google it and you will be amazed! I decided to go back and pull other pictures that reminded me of summer decor... This miniature galvanized watering can will accent just about anywhere. Thi

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