accent pillow case baby burlap floor Coastal Color Palette- Indigo funny cushion covers
If you’ve flipped through the pages of our summer catalog， you’ve probably noticed that we’ve loved infusing all of our pages with a coastal vibe. Whether it’s strong navy-and-white color palette， soft sandy neutrals with hints of the sea， or a light watery aqua from top to bottom， ‘coastal’ always feel fresh and relaxingaccent pillow case baby burlap floor， a Ballard Designs favorite!Inspired by the spaces in our Summer 2014 catalog， we’ve broken down exactly how to get that coastal look straight from our pages to the web!
Inspired by our Blue and White Porcelain Vases， we designed this space around an indigo and white color palette. Heavy doses of white， like our wall color and our favoriteSofia Sofa， and open furniture like ourOlivia Cocktail Tableand ourSonoma Bookcase， keep the space feeling open and airy， a must when designing a coastal space， whilea large-scale print like our Tybee Blue Fabric brings that laid-back beachy vibe without the need for seashells. But we couldn’；t stop with our Tybee Blue pattern， we worked in ourIkat Stipe Pillowsand our Blue Geranium Art! To finish off the space， we used tons of natural materials， like our Braided Jute Rug， preserved boxwoods， and even some fresh hydrangeas for the perfect summer touch.customized gifts for her
For more decorating inspiration， browse ourPinterest boardsfor ideas， or visit ourphoto galleryto see all the gorgeous rooms found in our catalog.
I’m a bit of a nut for all things Halloween (the fun creative, sparkly stuff, not the gory stuff) so I was a bit surprised to discover that I didn’t have a Halloween Wreath for my front door. You’d have thought I would have made one YEARS ago. ?So this year I set out to make a wreath for my front door. I love the way that this Halloween wreath tutorial turned out, but after I made it I realized?I can’t?put it on my front door because fall thunderstorms might make mincemeat of it, so it’s going on the inside of the door instead.
Ally Headboard with Brass Nailheads // Linen Sheer Tie Top Drapes // Lacquer Louis Side Table // Dorchester Bench
Hi friends! I've finally decided to take the time to update this old post of mine because I have found a new, easier way to add texture to my very popular DIY photo canvases and I wanted to share that with you, but I thought it made more sense just to add it to this existing post :) If you've been a reader for a while, you know I love to make my own photo canvas prints and have them hanging all over my house. They are fun and easy to make, and they are an incredibly affordable option. So get those awesome photos off your phone or computer and start displaying them on your walls! Once you learn how to make your own DIY photo canvas, you will be hooked :) So, without further delay, I am going to tell you how to make photo canvas prints for yourself!