Friday, February 8, 2013

Coastal Vignette

Here on the gulf coast, we always love to have some coastal touches in our homes. Even during the winter months, you can find coastal vignettes in my home. After removing the Christmas decor from my foyer, out came some new coastal goodies. So, let's see what I came up with. It's simple, but that's just fine with me.
                                              Blessings,
                                                 Linda

                          Welcome to COASTAL CHARM!!!!

                Here is a bowl, that I have used some of my Annie Sloan
                chalk paint on...ahhhh I so love the color...paris grey!!!

                  Using one of my grain sacks as a runner.

                                   Sea fans add so much charm.

                           I always love using this little iron church
                                         in my decor.

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31 comments:

Flower Child Designs said...

Looks pretty! I have a little church like yours too, but mine is a rusty color. Maybe I should paint it white! Looking forward to lunch tomorrow!

Peace,
Debbie

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Anne said...

Wow so cool Linda! LOVE those sea treasures!
xx
Anne

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

So lovely, Linda...such a great combination of different natural textures!

Sherry at The Rusty Pearl said...

Girl .. going to paint my bowl . I have one that is pretty much identical to yours.. SUCH a cute Idea... (Thank you ) .. Where on the GULf Coast are you located ? .. HUGS and have a beautiful day tomorrow...

PURA VIDA said...

Linda I think this is so pretty in any season. I love all the natural sea gifts on the shore

sissie said...

Hi Linda,
I just love your pretty and very welcoming coastal vingette. Love all the natural pieces.

hugs
Sissie

Debbiedoo's said...

Oh it looks so perfect Linda! I love every last detail.

Laurel@chippingwithcharm said...

Simply wonderful...love it :)

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Very pretty vignette, Linda! I love the bowl color and your pedestal/cloche.

melissa@thetinsel.com said...

I adore the cloche with the little church!!! What beautiful pictures and you are so blessed to live in such a gorgeous area!! I'm stuck in the snow!! Boo!

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ohiofarmgirl said...

I love what you have done. I had not decided whether to put my shells out this year. I always put them out because my Mom was in Florida in the winter and it reminded me of her. Now that she is gone it kinda makes me sad more than happy...at least it did last year. Dianntha

SweetPepperRose said...

I have a sister that LOVES beach type decor. I've got to introduce her to your blog!

Donna said...

So pretty and perfect for living near the beach. I adore the cloche with the church!
Creative as always!
Hugs,
Donna

Eclectically Vintage said...

Love your mix of things from the sea - now I'm dreaming of the beach!
Kelly

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Yep, It's Coastal Charm for sure!! Adorable!

Carol

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

Your charming vignette would work in any season. Love it!

Christine @ Stonehouse Living said...

Hi Linda,
Those fans are gorgeous!!
Love the little iron church, so pretty!
All the Best,
Christine

Sue said...

I need to paint my wooden bowl -yours looks great filled with your shells. I love, love your sea fans. Your entire vignette is lovely. :-)

susan said...

Linda, it looks so fabulous. I love the sea fans! You've inspired me to paint a wooden bowl with some chalk paint...love it!

Ana said...

Just loveley Linda.

❤Ana

Thistle Cove Farm said...

Fabulous idea for the feed sack; I've one but didn't want to cut it up and your idea is perfect. Now to find a great place for it to live in this ole farmhouse.

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Michele said...

Hi Linda, Thank you for visiting my blog today and following me. I am already a follower of yours :)

I sure like the color grey and it is so pretty on your bowl. I look forward to joining your party on Tuesday.

Blessings to you too.
Michele
Pearl 13.1

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reFresh reStyle said...

Love it all Linda! I love all things coastal. I wish I lived on your coast!
Debbie

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Pamela said...

It looks so pretty Linda! I need to get a few coastal pieces for summer decorating. I have a few vintage oars so I guess that is a good start. Hope your weekend was a good one.

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Linda, Thanks so much for joining the Open House party! I love your coastal touches.
xx, Sherry

Dawn said...

I love the tiny church it looks perfect under the iron clothe:) Thanks for sharing all your coastal touches at the Cabin:)

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