How to Have Your Self a Coastal Christmas

So while many of you are used to having a white Christmas in the snow, you can also have a coastal Christmas too, just like us FL flamingos down here. To allude to a coastal Christmas in any weather, you can follow some of the details of coastal trends. For example, you can take from the standard ...

Maybe we don’t get white snow, but we do have white sand. “How can you get excited for the Holiday season without snow?” many of our out of state friends ask us Miamians. “If the palm trees have Christmas lights, we know it’s coming,” my husband loves to say. I grew up on a coastline. I’ve never seen “real snow.” I thought I had, but experienced snow people tell me that grey flakes on a New York City bench doesn’t count. However, growing up in Florida has never kept me from celebrating an authentic Holiday season.

Tropical Exterior by Beaufort Architects & Building Designers Allison Ramsey Architects

How to Have Your Self a Coastal Christmas!

So while many of you are used to having a white Christmas in the snow, you can also have a coastal Christmas too, just like us FL flamingos down here. To allude to a coastal Christmas in any weather, you can follow some of the details of coastal trends. For example, you can take from the standard coastal color palettes, add touches of seahorses, sand and seashells, display rustic objects, make sailor knot ornaments from rope or top your tree with a starfish!

I hope these images I collected from the amazzing Houzz.com will inspire you to add a little beach to your pine.

Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Facebook Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CommentLuv badge

Follow

Get the latest posts delivered to your mailbox: