This week’s weekend pins consist of some good old fashion coastal style. Beautiful spaces with every detail noted and every available design opportunity taken advantage of. We love sharing great coastal decor with you guys and helping you create amazing boards on Pinterest. So here’s five more coastal pins to help you let go of the week and move into weekend mode. Get inspired, pin the pictures and then get out and create beautiful decor! If you want more coastal pins you can see more on our Pinterest here! Happy Pinning!
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Blue hues will always be dominate colors in coastal decor. From the lighter sky blues to the rich indigos, blue hues compliment the coastal style like most colors wish they could. Indigo effortlessly sets the natural color tone in any coastal space as well. It blends with natural tones as well as provides a fun pop of color. We’ve gathered some pictures that feature the color perfectly. From pillows to intricate patterns, you can find indigo color pieces any way you can dream them!
Add some indigo to your home by shopping indigo colored pieces on our website here!
Tuesday TipsUpdate your backyard for this upcoming summer season! Look into bringing in new pieces and decor to liven up the outdoor space. Think about adding lanterns to keep the fun going when the sun sets or try adding a little table space so you can enjoy a meal outside. Take advantage of the sun and the good weather days before you can’t!
If you want to pick up some new outdoor goodies for the upcoming summer season you can shop our online store here! Search through and find the perfect backyard accessories!
Are you ready to celebrate our nation’s heroes who fought for our freedom? Because Memorial Day is here! Enjoy sleeping in, laying out and spending time outside because of our heroes! We know we will be doing all of the above and we’re so thankful for this! We’ve got some pins for your guys to help you get this weekend started right! So pin ’em and then get outside to enjoy your Memorial Day weekend!
Cool off this summer with a nice cool drink. Whether it be an ice cold lemonade or your favorite mixed drink, there’s always time to relax and take a load off. One way to make sure you can do just that is to have your home bar set up and ready to serve. It’s the perfect thing for those summer get togethers. Set it up outside in the backyard and let the party begin! Check out some of these beautiful home bars and see what you should be doing this summer!
Looking to set up a little bar in your home? Then check out what we’ve got on our online store here!
We were flipping through the latest Coastal Living and spotted the Arteriors Southampton Chandelier in this month’s issue! The chandelier is featured in an amazing eclectic, coastal style dining room and looks stunning. Check it out in this month’s Coast Living! If you want the look for your home you can shop for the chandelier and more on our website here!
It’s time to clean up the grill and get it ready for BBQ season! It’s the perfect weather to be outside grilling and spending time in the backyard. Make sure you’re backyard is ready for you and the summer season ahead. If it’s not we’ve got 3 quick tips to help you get your backyard space ready. 1. Get Grillin’ First things first, make sure the grill is ready to go. Over the winter the grill wasn’t getting too much use, or any at all, so it’s going to need a quick clean. Dust off the cobwebs, clean off the dirt and fill up the propane tank. Now when that perfect warm evening comes along you can hit the grill and enjoy a nice dinner in the backyard. 2. Cover Up It gets a little hot out when the sun is coming down on you so make sure you’ve got some shade to retreat to. We’re talking about a big umbrella, an awning or a deck covering. However you get your shade, you’re going to be thankful you’re standing in it enjoying a cold, crisp lemonade. 3. Table Space One thing you can never have enough of in the backyard is table space. It’s especially useful when it comes to cooking. Get yourself a table that can handle the load and provide enough space not only for cooking and food, but for guests as well.