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Coastal-Inspired Holiday Decorating Ideas

Happy Monday, everyone! Can you believe we’re already knee-deep in the holiday season? [And I haven't even started shopping for gifts yet. Eek!] This time next year, one of you will be sitting nice and cozy in Blog Cabin 2014 in Winter Haven, Fla. As an East Tennessee native, my winters are often filled with a mix of snow and rain, so I can’t imagine a Florida Christmas with temperatures in the 70s. How perfect is that?

It got me thinking, though — Blog Cabin isn’t seaside, but its Florida surroundings certainly call for coastal holiday decor come next Christmas. I thought I’d share some of my favorite coastal-inspired decorating ideas that tie in perfectly with The Sunshine State.

Decorate the Mantel With Rustic Elements + Neutral Hues

Coastal Christmas Mantel Decorating Ideas

Use Natural Materials Like Driftwood, Burlap, Moss + Greenery

Coastal Christmas Mantel Decorating Ideas

Get Inspired: Coastal Holiday Decor for the Mantel >>

Deck Out the Chandelier for Added Drama

Create a Coastal-Chic Holiday Table

Create a Full, All-Natural Tablescape With Found Shells + Greenery

Create a Coastal-Chic Holiday Table

Get Inspired: Create a Coastal-Chic Holiday Table >>

Update a Wreath With Coastal Embellishments

Coastal-Inspired Shell Wreath

Driftwood = Yes!

Coastal Holiday Decorating Ideas

Get Inspired: 10 Coastal-Inspired Holiday Decorating Ideas >>

Tie in Unexpected Pieces, Like This Fisherman’s Sweater

Coastal Holiday Decorating Ideas

Get Inspired: Coastal- and Cottage-Style Christmas Decorations >>

How would you decorate a Florida lakeside home for the holidays? I’d love to hear your decorating ideas.

  • Posted at 2:50 pm on December 12, 2013
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