In the days well before pinterest, I kept folders of pages torn from magazines. I still love the coastal home ideas I collected.
This is one of my favourites, it must be from over 10 years ago. A classic style Australian beach hut in Victoria, full of ideas we can use to get the vintage beach shack look in our own homes.
White timber walls with simple shelves lined with vintage and natural coastal collections. Fishing baskets, aqua glass bottles, antique marine prints and beachcombing finds create a relaxed atmosphere.
Could you see yourself daydreaming here?
A perfect beachcomber's retreat don't you think?
via pages torn from Vogue Living Australia
I love a bathing box and with those studs exposed and all the object d'art this one is lovely.ReplyDelete
I would love this little shack. Most of the bathing boxes on the Victorian coast never seem to get used. xReplyDelete
I could definetly daydream there. Simply dreamy.ReplyDelete
I have never seen 'bathing boxes' here. It is such a quaint comfy shack style.ReplyDelete
What a nice little shed. I love the white planks: simple, but so cosy.ReplyDelete
I had/have folders of magazine clippings too, though I did declutter some of them a couple of months back- still have a few though!
I still have the 30+ books I made filled with pages torn from magazines. I still look at them for ideas.ReplyDelete
Love this shack! Love that you had a picture diary, cant be actual pictures (albiet from a mag/ clippings) in the reels. xxReplyDelete
I used to have folders and folders of magazine clippings just like you, but now I collect most of my ideas on pinterest as well. You can never tire of looking at beautiful and inspirational pictures.ReplyDelete
Love your porch!ReplyDelete
oh my, how sweet is this?! I have fallen in love!!!!ReplyDelete
sunny summer greetings from Germany, geisslein