blogshop mondays / repurpose the beach

Hello, I’m Erin from Salvaged Grace and can you believe I’ve never been to the Caribbean? Lucky for me I can live vicariously through Joana’s My Sea Story.

And fortunately for us all there are a few ways to bring the beach home. Here are some ideas for repurposing shells, boat oars, and other treasures found at the beach.

A Table with shells via Repurposed Furniture/Decor B Shell mirror via Country Living C Shell wreath via River Front Vintage D Shell display via Dwell Repurposed E Shell planter via Poetic Home  F Shell bottle stopper from Tampa Bay Salvage via Paper Street Antiques G Shell mobile via Simbury Skirt H Shell wall art via Renest

A Boat paddle headboard via The Bumble in the Bee B Boat paddle decoration via Wedding Bee C Boat paddle décor via Completely Coastal Zimbio D Boat paddle shelf via DIY Network Blog Cabin E Boat oar lights via Completely Coastal Zimbio F Ceiling oars via Beachsnaps

A Fishing glass floats boat coffee table via Zimbio B Boat Shelf via Harbour Breeze C Elvis Beach Bar  D Boat headboard via The Finde

A Glass floating buoy lights via KEHA3 B Buoy lamp via SkipJacksNauticalLiving

A Porthole Table via Completely Coastal B Porthole Table Rise via Cottage Elements  C Porthole cabinet by M&Mme by Valentine Loellman

A Repurposed pallet hammock via Unconsumption B Repurposed wine barrel hammock via Apartment Therapy

Many thanks to Joana for letting me visit today!

Header image via Pinterest

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10 thoughts on “blogshop mondays / repurpose the beach

  1. i´ve been on the beach last thursday, here near lisbon. such a beautiful day. eating sardines. there were these fisherman bringing fish just under our noses. of course we bought some . and picking shells, to fill up some nice jugs.

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