Living in Ontario my whole life, I was never really attracted to nautical decor before. But because my boyfriend and his family are Maritimers originally from Halifax, and via some inspiration from my sister-in-law’s blog “The Blondielocks”, I decided to do a little throwback to their roots. And it ended up being A LOT of fun!

Here's a driftwood door wreath purchased from HomeSense. I wrapped it with netting and thick jute twine, then hot glued nautical wooden shapes after dry-brushing with Martha Stewart blue acrylic paint from Michaels. This was super easy and I loved the result!

Seen here: Fred Cardboard Moose Head from Cardboard Safari and nautical clipart downloads from PrintsWallArt and igivelove on Etsy

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Loving the freshness of this theme throughout my home! XoXo

Seen here: Ted Baker teacup & saucer (gifted to me at the opening of the Ted Baker store at the Toronto Eaton Centre), manners cloth napkin set from UrbanBirdandCo from Etsy and Dior nail polishes in Darling Blue & Miroir.

Accent centrepiece made simply using a decorative bowl, assortment of driftwood & seashells and a centred hurricane candle.

As many of you are already aware, the bathroom is one of my favourite rooms in the house to decorate! I really enjoy the contrast between the blue and brown towels... And it was a blast making the below accent piece made to look like glittery blue coral in a vase full of sand. Stay tuned for the DIY!

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