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interior design: coastal beach style with logs, model boat, shabby chic white shutters, mirror, suit case

House Tour: An Artistic, Colorful Home | Apartment Therapy

An Artistic, Colorful, Vintage-Inspired Home

Beach House Decorating On A Budget #shabbychicdecoronabudget #beachhousedecoronabudget #coastallivingroomsonabudget

Beach House Decorating On A Budget #shabbychicdecoronabudget #beachhousedecoronabudget #coastallivingroomsonabudget

I love that mirror and ship combination. The white and taupe just lights up the whole space!

lovveee - the mirror, the bureau, the oversized chair, and the WHITE FLOOR! If we ever refinish the master bedroom floors AGAIN and I& feeling brave . i would love to do white!

Before & After: Rustic Nautical Master Bedroom Makeover — the thinking closet

Dramatic before and after of a rustic nautical master bedroom makeover.and the story of how Lauren & Mark found their shared style.

Nothing's worse than precious accessories that try too hard. Don't line items up like good little soldiers - note how some of the shells and faux coral sit diagonally. | Every room needs an exclamation point. The goal is to track down a conversation piece that doesn't hog the spotlight. This knotted-rope lamp from Pottery Barn fits the bill: Its sculptural shape draws your eye even as the neutral hue and texture recede.

How to Decorate a Room in a Day

I’m Liz from Shorely Chic and I am absolutely thrilled to be here on House of Turquoise with all of you today. Shorely Chic is all about embracing the beach chic lifestyle throug…

Love this trunk with toppings for storage. The kitchen's garden entrance packs in two 1950s iron stools, a primitive stenciled Quaker Oats ad, and a blue English tradesman's box—which, along with the built-in shelf, corrals platters and pitchers.

A Home Built From a Ship

For our whiteboard space, two matching stools, chalkboard, and vintage sign (which we already have, just hang it nicely and ditch the spice rack)

I love antlers in houses. Come by through natural causes of course...and also not attached to anything fuzzy or stuffed.

British interior designer Suzy Hoodless expertly managed to juxtapose the interior finishes of this Highland Lodge with the rugged beauty of the landscape.

This photo was taken from 'My Home Atelier' for their open day and I just love this look so had to pin it

Beadboard with added cross pieces, basket storage and a wonderful distressed wood countertop. Beadboard with added cross pieces, basket storage and a…

nautical bathroom trend

Inspiring Bathroom Trends A/W 2014