Monday, 28 December 2015

Most Popular Coastal Vintage Posts 2015

Firstly, a big thank you to all of you for visiting Coastal Vintage this year. 
This post is a brief look back on the highlights for 2015 and which posts received thousands of page views. These are the top five coastal vintage posts for 2015 and also a favourite post for this year.

and my favourite post for 2015 was:

and until next time,

lover of all things coastal vintage

Sally x

Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Australian Coastal Christmas by Glamour Coastal Living

One of my favourite bloggers is Ashlea from Glamour Coastal Living. 
She is a lover of all things coastal. Over the past 2-years I've enjoyed her posts of her home being renovated, DIY projects & her posts of other homes for inspiration.

This week Ashlea wrote about her Christmas Coastal Styling - non-traditional with a lovely driftwood tree that she had made and decorated with shells, twine and handmade clay tags.
 So very coastal vintage and perfect for the Australian summer!
Last year she made the driftwood mirror and the Hampton's whitewash side table, and as of last week the lovely feather wreath.
She is rather clever isn't she and very inspiring! And it all looks rather beautiful & homey.
Thanks Ashlea for sharing your home.  I love it.

until next time,

lover of the sea and all things coastal vintage,

Sally x

Thursday, 3 December 2015

Coastal Vintage Christmas Inspiration

Hello, I know it has been a long time in between posts. So to end the year on a high note, here is one that I hope will give you a little Coastal Vintage Christmas inspiration!
 You may remember this gorgeous setting from a previous post. 
My friend Shelby created gorgeous Christmas table and included glass floats from our store and made her own bon bons using an old nautical chart of the Whitsundsay Islands also from our store: coastal vintage.
 You can read all about Shelby's gorgeous Christmas here:
This is my friend Tanya's Christmas tree last year. 
Isn't it divine?
Such beautiful decorations.
Tanya has a gorgeous beach vintage style home. Click here to see read all about it:
 Make your own Christmas Wreath using an old life ring. I made this one last Christmas. 
Here is the link on how to here:
 And another Coastal Vintage Style Christmas table. I created this for a magazine shoot last year using items from my store. Click here to see more:
 Will you go traditional or have a driftwood tree this year?
Doesn't my friend Anne's tree look fabulous decorated simply with old glass float?

Until next time, I wish you all a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year, 

lover of the sea and all things coastal vintage