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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 relaxingpillow cases vintage, 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!

We couldn’t help but be drawn to the living room above — the sandy neutrals tones feel effortlessly pulled together with the relaxed but polished collection of furniture, fabrics, and accessories. This living room look is light and breezy for summer, but easily transitions to cooler months making it a year-round favorite. We love the way a perfectly placed woven accent, like our new Marlowe Pendant, can bring any earthy vibe to a space. Here we used a very restrained color palette, just sandy neutrals and white, but we brought in lots of wood pieces in a variety of finishes. A pair of our Madrona Mirrors has an Aged Driftwood finish, a found dough bowl has a warmer, but still worn wooden hue, anda few accent tables from our Durham collection blend a wooden top with an iron base. Together all of these wood finishes keep the room from feeling boring!

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For more decorating inspiration, browse ourPinterest boardsfor ideas, or visit ourphoto galleryto see all the gorgeous rooms found in our catalog.

April is officially recognised as decorating month. It was created, so to speak, to inspire people to improve their home décor, whether that be a complete make-over or a simple lick of paint to brighten their surroundings. As April sees the warmer weather it could also be that spring cleaning and decorating go hand-in-hand.

1. Remove everything & start fresh. It’s amazing what you find when you start by removing it all – even if by one section at a time. I discovered that I no longer wanted/needed a lot of what was in my closet. Clothes that no longer fit my body or style, things that don’t belong there {like baby dolls!} I love Apartment Therapy’s tip to see what you’re really wearing…flip your hangers around & after a month remove anything with areversed hanger.

The Halloween decorations just keep coming! I used my Silhouette to create a little spooky decor in my bathroom……of all places. Of course a Cricut Explore?(on sale now)??or any vinyl cutting machine will work.