It’s feeling like summer at our home and my Coastal Summer Entryway is definitely greeting me with summer every time I come home. Our home has a touch of the beach throughout the year but I definitely break out more seashells during the summer months.
Coastal Summer Entryway
I’ll be sharing how I built this sawhorse entry table in a couple days and how to get this beachy finish. I love blues and especially teal blues during the summer, so you can see touches of teal in my entryway.
I love this seahorse pillow I found on Amazon. It’s part of a set of 4 sea creature pillows covers that are only $9.99 (affiliate links for your convenience}
The other 3 pillows are in our family room on the sectional couch. Anyone else love pillow covers? They are great for easily changing out your pillows with the seasons. There’s a whole post on my favorite pillow covers that are under $5 – find it HERE!
Some driftwood and teal blue starfish are some simple nature inspired items that grace the left side of the table.
I filled the bottom of a large vase with some more driftwood and added a piece of coral from a trip to Hawaii last year and a pretty starfish to the right side.
You can find out how to make your own large sign in my post here. I love how the entryway has come together for summer. I think it just looks amazing with our new floors we put in about 6 months ago. If you missed that post about our Pergo Outlast + floors you’ll want to check that out. They were easy to install and you can check out my Install Pergo Outlast + post here. I went with the Vintage Tabacco Oak and every morning when I come downstairs they make me smile – love the color!
We can’t forget the bottom shelf of the DIY console table. A simple basket I found at the thrift store with a cozy teal blue blanket along with a nautical rope ball wrap up this Coastal Entryway.
I hope you enjoyed a peak inside our summer coastal entryway.
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