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komita55 wrote:
what did you use for this?
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sorry. i meant what did you use to make it with?
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I didn't make it, it's made out of reclaimed wood & I bought it at a yardsale.
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Becky Harris added this to Bring in Some Coastal Cottage Style to Your Home
Dedicate some display space at home to your shells, beach glass, and other seaside finds.
Becky Harris added this to Using Shells in Your Decor
As your collection grows, you can fill mason jars like these with them to add to the display.
Lisa Frederick added this to So Your Style Is: Coastal
Style Secret: Beachy TreasuresWhat did you bring home from your last trip to the shore? Odds are, you filled your tote bag with shells, sea glass, bottles, maybe an old ship’s cleat or two. Take inspiration from these finds in choosing small accents. The key word is restraint. One or two starfish on a shelf look striking and sculptural; baskets and vases full of them can be overkill. You don’t have to make a trip to the coast to get beach style decorSomething different: Bring in a few objects that have a foot in coastal design but venture into broader territory. French glass wine jugs or Japanese fishing-net floats, for instance, hew to the look yet aren’t cornerstones of American coastal style. Or experiment with new ways to display old favorites — instead of filling a lamp base with shells, frame them solo or in pairs and hang them in a grid.More ‘So Your Style Is’: Traditional | Contemporary | Transitional | Cottage | Eclectic | Industrial | Arts and Crafts

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valeriegoatwoman added this to Coastal style and what it is
Style Secret: Beachy Treasures What did you bring home from your last trip to the shore? Odds are, you filled your tote bag with shells, sea glass, bottles, maybe an old ship’s cleat or two. Take inspiration from these finds in choosing small accents. The key word is restraint. One or two starfish on a shelf look striking and sculptural; baskets and vases full of them can be overkill. You don’t have to make a trip to the coast to get beach style decor Something different: Bring in a few objects that have a foot in coastal design but venture into broader territory. French glass wine jugs or Japanese fishing-net floats, for instance, hew to the look yet aren’t cornerstones of American coastal style. Or experiment with new ways to display old favorites — instead of filling a lamp base with shells, frame them solo or in pairs and hang them in a grid.
Beverly Fowler added this to Coastal Versions
Repurposed wood shelving ideas for decor
joenbarb99 added this to joenbarb99's ideas
shelves made to look like mirror frame?

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