Coastal Tile Backsplash by New Ravenna
Because of its relatively small area, your backsplash is one place in the kitchen you can budget for extravagantly gorgeous materials, like mosaic tile fro New Ravenna. While you might want to keep your floors and counters more neutral if you're thinking of home resale value, your backsplash can be bold, colorful, and personal.
Alternate Take: Mermaid Glass Tile from TileBar
How To: Lay and Grout Mosaic Tile
Cheap Take: DIY Backpainted Acrylic Backsplash
Brisbane Seaglass Dining Chair Cushions
While you're cooking, make a comfortable spot for your family to study or for your guests to socialize by investing in Brisbane Seaglass cushions for your kitchen island stools or breakfast table chairs. Barnett's dining chair cushions and stool covers feature thick latex foam pads for premium comfort.
Alternate Take: Ticking Stripe Natural Dining Chair Cushions
How To: Measure Your Chairs for Cushions
Cheap Take: Hayden Turquoise Dining Chair Cushions
Emerald Coast Countertop by Vetrazzo
Featuring recycled glass from architectural sources, leftover oyster shells from South Carolina, and crushed marble offcasts from Georgia, this composite counter material from Vetrazzo is beautiful, sustainable, and locally sourced.
Alternate Take: Butcher Block Countertops
Cheap Take: DIY Recycled Glass and & Concrete Countertops
Japanese Glass Fishing Floats Pendant Lights
Authentic floats come in similar colors to the seaglass that washes up on theeast Coast from discarded bottles, but reproductions are typically green, blue or aquamarine.
Alternate Take: Anchor Lantern Light Fixtures
Cheap Take: DIY Faux Japanese Fishing Floats Light Shades
Achieve the look of years of seapray and sun weathering on your wall art or accent furniture with a Salt Wash paint treatment by Saltwash Powder. This look is accomplished by mixing additives to chalk paint, latex paint, or acrylic paint, then painting on layers of beachy colors and lightly sanding.
Alternate Take: Rust & Brass Patina Finish