December 3, 2011

a very beachy Christmas

How about a few 
beachy accents in your 
Christmas decor this year? 

A Front Porch Christmas Tree

Starfish, seashells, and casual, rustic fabrics like linen and burlap can add just the right touch.

Starfish are always so festive.

Glitz it up with 
intage silver and blue 
ornaments ! 

A huge shell filled with "pearly" globes.
Add some evergreens to the mix

Nautical rope, fresh greenery and decorative starfish is all you need here.

This little abode reminds me of a sand castle.

Seashells and Succulents.

 Succulents have 
the perfect beachy look
a little touch of red

Pretty seashell wreath in Newport Beach.

Different types of starfish on the wreath, mantle and in jars

Iridescent Abalone trees at MerMade Designs.

Mercury Glass ornaments at MerMade.

Simply silver and white
  Sparkly and simple 
A very Martha tree.

Become the hostess with the mostest.

Vintage blue glass ornaments in a rustic vessel.

Gold, teal, white and lovely.

Love this turquoise color.

Succulent trees.

Party Time! 

A very Swedish idea.

Peace for the holidays.

So fun!

I love these stockings!

Orange County is 
the perfect place to show off 
these beautiful 
citrus elements...

Citrus madness, but it works!


So easy and pretty.

Last minute idea.
Our weather is so mild, 
why not shop on your bike?
A biking fantasy.


ciao! fabiana


Liz said...

i love the whole idea of a "beachy" Christmas. I loved all the star fishes. They were fab.

If you would like... link up with us for Find your craft Friday. I'm in love with all your posts. Beachy Christmas, Holiday Windows, and Greetings from Newport Beach!!!

Joy@Thrifty Parsonage Living said...

Everything is so pretty! I love the beachy Christmas decor!

Unknown said...

Wow how pretty! Love the beach! ;)

Found you on TT&J and I'm now following! :) I would love for you to come by and link this up and any other projects you have on my new "Create and Inspire" linky party! ;)

Angie From A Little Inspiration

Tenille said...

I love the beachy Christmas. It is so cute. Thanks for sharing. I would love it if you could link this up to our linky party going on right now.

Anonymous said...

How beautiful! Such a nice colors!


Wow, I love all the beachy decor, I can't wait until I am permanently in our cottage so I can decorate it for the holidays!

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

So much fun~ love your inspirations! :)

Phyllis @Around the House said...

love all the great inspirational

Tina@WhatWeKeep said...

I love all these ideas~ how fun is the rope on the the staircase? I'm totally in love with citrus wreaths. Thanks for sharing. :)

Jenny's Heart said...

How refreshing and fun, what great ideas!

Erin of said...

Gorgeous! I would like one of each please! :)

LeAnn said...

Hi Fabiana,
Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. Yes my light fixture is from IKEA. I'm loving all your images you posted...very dreamy:)

Miriam@BeBookBound said...

Drool... Wondering if I can get away with the nautical rope and greenery here in AZ. I may just do it as an homage to my brother who will actually be in Newport Beach this Christmas, how about that! These are such lovely ideas, thanks for the inspiration.

Robin said...

Thanks for the inspiration. I want to add just a touch of coastal to some of my decorations. I love the layered fruit too. Just what I needed today!

Robin Flies South

Be Colorful Coastal said...

Now more than ever this makes me wish for a house by the water. To decorate one is definitely on my bucket list. :0 Thanks for sharing this on Motivated Monday at BeColorful.

abeachcottage said...

Many lovely inspirations, so pretty and the bike is so fun!

Dee ⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️ said...

WOW! Fantastic eye candy. So many wonderful ideas.


Kim @ Too Much Time said...

Thank you so much for linking up your lovely collection at Get Schooled Saturday. We will be open for business again Friday night-Sunday night!
Kim @ Too Much Time

Desire Empire said...

Wow! How cool are those succulent trees? From one beachy Christmas to another, I'm dropping by from boogieboard cottage as I'm the feature under you. Love your collection of shots here.
Carolyn xx

Unknown said...

I love your beachy Christmas from the moment you step up on the porch and that darling tree greets you through every last detail you placed perfectly! I'm so impressed! I'm your newest follower and would love for you to come for a visit and return the "love" sometime soon!

I'm joining 8 bloggers in hosting Blogging Around the Christmas Tree Party and today’s feature is Christmas Scapes at my place! I’d love to have you join up, the party is just beginning!

XO, Aimee from

Jan said...

Some incredibly beautiful images, thanks! I'm just wondering, though, how long those fruit ornaments, wreaths and accents last before they start to, you know, "turn." And it seems such a waste to throw them out afterward. Listen to me - I sound like a Depression child.

annechovie said...

Thanks so much for all of the terrific Holiday decor inspiration - you've given me some great ideas! Happy Holidays, Fabiana.

annewalker said...

Thanks a lot for compiling these Christmas decor inspirations especially those beautiful Christmas tree ideas. They are very helpful since my family and I are starting to decorate our very own tree this weekend. Thanks for sharing!

Hamza said...

wow its very impressive post i really like it and much appreciate your effort
Christmas Eve


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