It’s officially Summer. In Texas, that just means it is hot as Hades! Therefore, I’m sharing how to add a few touches of coastal decor into the dining room for Summer. I love the lived in, laidback, comfortable yet chic look of the coastal aesthetic.
I am actually transitioning my home into the coastal inspired style year round. One of my most recent purchases was a set of rattan dining chairs from Serena and Lily. They are gorgeous, yall!
Last October, I purchased this handmade table and cabinet that I found in Round Top, Texas. The tops are reclaimed wood sourced from an old barn in Kentucky, while the doors of the cabinet are vintage windows. Next on the list is replacing the chandelier with one made of natural materials. However, making a house into a home can take time, so it’s always a work in progress. Like, me!
To learn how to make a DIY Shell Garland, shown on the coffee table or take a coastal inspired living room tour, click here. You can make this textured garland with shells collected from the sea shore or Dollar Store!
If you love collecting driftwood, here’s an easy DIY Driftwood Heart to show off your beach finds. My daughter and I made this driftwood decor from a trip to California a few years ago! Yes, I paid to ship a box of wood from Capitola, California to Waco, Texas!
Next, read this blog post to make your own Torn Fabric American Flag! I chose a monochromatic color scheme for a coastal vibe, but it looks beautiful in red, white and blue, too!