I love art that incorporates words. Words resonate, and these beach art prints capture the simplicity and calm of the beach with soothing blue and one of my favorite words: BEACH.
A tiny house cottage off the grid, a weekender R.V. built like a house! Nestled within lush coastal vegetation, only a short walk from the beach on remote and undeveloped St. George Island, on Florida’s Panhandle. You will fall in love, perhaps even join the tiny house movement, or Go Camp with your own RV!
You will never look at beach sand the same after viewing the microphotography of Dr. Gary Greenberg!
This beach towel tote is extremely practical! Made with towels, this beach bag unrolls into a beach mat! Here are 4 tutorials -2 include a pillow!
The candy colored beach cottages of Compass Point, Bahamas, are a bunch of happy dwellings (18 to be exact) sprinkled on a seaside bluff, overlooking the sparkling blue waters of the Caribbean.
Let’s wine a little on the beach! With these handy outdoor wine glass holders you will surely not spill a drop, nor get any sand in your drink.
Complete your beach cottage (whether real, by design, or both) with a fun welcome to the beach sign. Here is a selection of a few beach signs that I think are adorable.
Susie and Mark Holt, owners of Posh on Palm, Sarasota’s emporium of shabby-chic home decor, found their piece of heaven on earth in a little beach cottage on Casey Key.
There are three items I need for the beach, and I bet you do too.
Boca Grande on Gasparilla Island has preserved the history and beauty of Florida. No high rise buildings, no fast food restaurants, no chain stores, not even traffic lights. Most people get around the island on golf carts!
Make an entrance with a beach blue painted front door! These blue front doors are simply a-door-able!
A remodeled cottage on Whitemarsh Island in Georgia, a stone’s throw away from Savannah and Tybee Island. Filled with light and bright colors (pops of red, yellow, and more), it’s a mix of rustic cozy, original wood work, and modern cottage living. Jane Coslick’s cottage aesthetics is obvious in this Southern gem!