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Here are some simple touches that can make any room feel like seaside cottage.
1. DIY beach glass bottles
These pretty DIY bottles are made from wine and liquor bottles painted to look like sea glass. If you don’t have much room for displaying decor, why not apply the technique to DIY containers for liquid soap or cooking oil?
2. Driftwood decor
This DIY craft project makes a good way to show off beach souvenirs collected during your travels and would look pretty hung in a window where it catches the light.
The uses in an RV for this DIY driftwood project are endless.
These hooks could be used alone or for making a coat/towel rack like the ones pictured above.
4. Fish netting
Fish netting could be draped from the ceiling or used as a window valance.
Fish netting can also be used to make these pretty candle holders. Find out how to make them here.
Rope can be incorporated into nautical or beach decor in multiple ways.
Instructions for making this rope mirror can be found here.
Get instructions for this DIY rope towel rack here.
Have a blank wall? A porthole mirror or clock might provide the finishing touch.
7. Beachfront view
A wall decal can give you a beach view no matter where you are.
8. Sea colors
This soap dispenser and toothbrush holder set in watercolor sea colors would make a lovely addition to a beach themed bathroom.
9. Drink coasters
This craft project is another good way to show off beach treasures.
10. Sea colors backsplash
A peel-and-stick backsplash is an easy way to carry a color theme into a kitchen or bathroom.
11. Plank walls
12. Maritime Map Letter
Immortalize a map your favorite beach with this DIY project.
Bonus: Free Printable Wall Decor
Click here to go to my free printable wall decor page where you can view and print this image.
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