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beach and coastal porches

Do you have a seaside or beach house, or do you just live by the sea? Bring that ocean and beach aesthetic with you and feel at home in your rooms too! A porch is one of the first rooms your visitors see, and you can have some relaxing time there too, which means this is the first room for renovations and today we’re going to be doing it beach style.

Styles and colors

Going to the beach or coast doesn’t mean you don’t have to choose a style that you will have. Make your outdoor and indoor spaces coherent with the same style: modern, contemporary, vintage farmhouse, shabby chic or whatever you already use. As for the colors, you can rock different shades of blue, neutral, green, white and sandy hues, or even go bright and colorful with turquoise, orange and coral.

decor

Set up the furniture your style – some chairs, a hanging day bed or sofa, maybe hanging rattan chairs and benches – it all depends on your space. Think of bright and fun textiles if you want to decorate brightly colored and, on the contrary, neutral and pastel colored textiles for an airy feeling. If you enjoy surfing, you can accentuate the porch with an old surfboard or a colorful one that you like. Pot greens and blossoms enliven the room perfectly and candle lanterns create a cozy atmosphere at night. Get inspired!

It is the last month of spring and summer and there are many flowers and herbs. You can select some of them, press and use them to create cool summer home decor. Do you need ideas and DIYs? Here you are!

Works of art

Pressed flowers are great for creating works of art in spring and summer, although such pieces are topical all year round to remind you of summer. For this craft you will need a cute flower with roots and two glass frames to put the flower in between. The resulting piece looks modern and very creative as it contains roots. Find out the details about this craft and make a cool piece of art for your mom or any other girl - it's amazing for everyone!

These pressed floral art pieces look very chic and sophisticated. They were made with an old phone book, some frames, herbs and flowers. I absolutely love the way the frames look and accentuate the flowers and herbs - create your own beautiful combinations to give your home a summery feel.

I totally love this modern and bold piece of art! It's a black piece with the word "hello" completely covered with pressed flowers and herbs. Do you see that little juicy point? So cool! Choose the brightest flowers you have as they will create contrast and be clearly visible in the black background.

This gorgeous hanging glass frame became the base for this home decor craft. The idea is to buy the same frames that look like this and then fill them with delicate flowers and herbs. Then hang these frames on the wall to create a fantastic summer arrangement. Wow, they are sure to give your room a sophisticated summer feeling!

Would you like to give your room a summery yet very modern ambience? Make and arrange these pressed flower presentations. You will need clear acrylic, wood blocks, and mirror clips. Two types of displays are given in the tutorial. Check out how to make these amazing pressed flower displays and make the room summery!

This pressed flower art looks totally vintage thanks to the unique frame and the parchment used. The whole idea of ​​the craft is roughly the same: press flowers, attach them to parchment and frame the whole piece. Choose a nice and chic frame to make the artwork even more beautiful!

Here is a very simple piece of art with pressed flowers. It looks cute and casual thanks to the simple kraft paper and some cherry blossoms. The frame is also very neutral so the flowers could be a centerpiece here. Get inspired!

The last work of art for today is a shadow box with pressed flowers, which thanks to the position in the box look like a flutter in the air. Such an art is sure to prevent the flowers from being eaten by your pets. What a great idea! It can also save your children (or children from these flowers) and it guarantees that your flowers will not fade from direct sunlight as quickly. Get inspired!

Trays and serving dishes

Create a beautiful summer-inspired tray with pressed flowers, petals and herbs! Choose the most neutral tray you can find to highlight the brightly colored petals as much as possible and cover them all with epoxy. So cool, fresh and summery!

Here is another pressed flower tray, but it's uncoupled and has cool petal patterns on it. Decoupage them very well to make sure the petals are well attached. Create all the patterns and looks you like and enjoy!

Serve food on these amazing serving dishes made with pressed flowers! Take a few simple dishes and plates and attach dried and pressed flowers and herbs to them. Epoxy resin guarantees the safety of the patterns and looks you create. Your food will look more stunning on such trays and dishes. Impressive!

These glasses and decanters make your home bar very delicate and exquisite and are sure to surprise your guests. The idea is to pin these flowers and herbs to the bottom of the entire set, create unique combinations, and search for each jar!

Candles

In this tutorial you will learn how to turn a normal pillar candle into a romantic summer candle. There are instructions on how to attach pressed flowers to the candle. Read how you can quickly make such candles and give them away or indulge yourself with summer aromas!

These candles are meant to be made by you from start to finish. Read how to make simple mason jar candles with lavender on the inside and how to attach lavender on the outside too. A nice gift for everyone and wonderful summer fragrances!

Other ideas

Pamper yourself with a beautiful bouquet of flowers! With flowers pressed right away, you can easily conjure up these magical beauties and hang them up anywhere you want to spice up the room and make it more summery. Read on to find out how to make these gorgeous sun catchers and how to buy some in any room you like.

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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