Let’s just all close our eyes for a minute and visualize this amazing little place is ours (I drive by it all the time and fantasize how I would decorate). I suggest buying this Surf Shack book by my friend Heather Summerville for endless inspiration, and then put it on your coffee table and pretend you live in a fabulous beach house too. I’m thinking some of these things can at least create the right mood, leading you to sea-salty places in your mind.
A beach scene photo of course can instantly set the tone in any room. Sit back, gaze at it and feel your blood pressure go down.
I have always had a thing for shell-encrusted keepsake boxes which are so good for jewelry, paper clips, anything small that you don’t want to see scattered about!
Don’t forget the wind chime for warm summer breezes! This one looks like a modern art piece rather than something too hippie dippie.
Here’s some cool shell art to hang together or separate into different rooms.
Such a happy, sunny Mexican rug for the bathroom, kitchen, wherever.
I love these macrame hanging plant holders from the Sill that emit an elevated boho vibe.
We got this very shell night light for the bathroom, but it was usurped by our son for his room (time to get another).
I love Pendleton beach towels in the bathroom. They’re super big and absorbent and look fun and beachy just hanging there.
This “surfer girl” framed digital print is marketed to the teens, but I think it could look great mixed in with paintings in an adult room too.
An old-school “monkey fist” door stop is always useful, but also just a cool thing to have around.