Hello Fall!

Hello Lovely Readers!

Fall has arrived at Breezy Designs headquarters! I just love fall! It's one of my most favorite times of year next to Summer! Since my home is decorated in Coastal decor, I decided to stay with that theme for my fall decor. I went to my local Pottery Barn and found two large pumpkins! One is white and one has a beige and white design on it. I just love them! They are so elegant and fit in great with my other Coastal decor.





I found the brown moss and mini pumpkin from my local Michael's Craft Store! I added starfish that I already had laying around the house to give it that Coastal flair! 


I found this aqua glass pumpkin from my local Homegoods! 
It fit so well in my living room! 






In my Kitchen I added a couple mini pumpkins and moss that I found at Michael's Craft Store.
I put them in my cake stands! I love how the white pumpkins look! So light and bright!




I added a little fun Halloween ditty to the chalkboard in my Kitchen.




There is my fall decor so far! I'll be adding more soon and will post it!
Thank you so much for being a reader of Breezy Designs! 

Happy Fall!

XO

Goodbye Summer!

I can't believe that Summer is over and we are on our way into Fall! I do love Fall but Summer went so incredibly fast! I just got home from a trip up to the Pacific Northwest for my Dad's 50th Class reunion which was a blast! I'll be posting photos of my trip soon! I guess I should start decorating for Fall but before I do check out my fun chalkboard saying in my kitchen! 


Have a great weekend!

Xo



Breezy Accessories!




Happy Friday!

I just love accessories! They really give a room character and uniqueness. 
Below are some of my favorite accessories throughout my home. 




XO



My Home: Before and After!

Happy Wednesday!

Today I'm sharing my before and after photos of my home. I love before and after photos because it shows how far you've come and how much your space has changed!


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I went for a light and bright palette. I used a neutral color called Accessible Beige by Sherwin Williams on all the walls so that my aqua accents would pop!

I hope you enjoyed my before and after photos. 
Have a wonderful week!

XO

House of Turquoise Guest Post!

Happy Wednesday My lovely Readers!

I recently had the honor of Guest Blogging on the Gorgeous Blog: House of Turquoise!

I was so very excited because it is one of my most favorite blogs!  Pop on over to House of Turquoise! You can follow the link here!  

Here is a sneak peak!




Xo




Starfish and Stripes!

Happy First of July!
I can't believe that The 4th of July is around the corner! I just love the 4th! It's such a fun Holiday! 

Today I'm sharing my Starfish and Stripes Flag! 



I started out by going to my local Lowes store and asked one of the employees where they keep the scraps of lumber that they don't use. I ended up finding the perfect piece of wood that I could cut down into four-24" pieces. With the help of my sweet hubby we connected the wood pieces together. I didn't have any other wood pieces to attach to the back,
 so being a Painter's daughter, I used a few paint sticks I had lying around. 


I then attached each paint stick to the back of the wood. 
Make sure to use short nails so it doesn't go all the way through to the front of the wood.
I then attached hangers on the back of the wood. Make sure to use 2 to support the whole flag.


After the construction was done I started on the fun part! Painting!!!


I covered the whole area with one of my favorite colors: Gentle Wave by Valspar at Lowes.
I just love this color! So rich and cheerful!


I then used painters tape to section off the parts of the flag that I was going to paint white.
I placed my starfish down to get the spacing just right.
DON'T FORGET TO BACK FILL!
So important when painting stripes is back filling the painters tape with the base color 
so their is no bleed through of the white onto the aqua.


After the back fill paint dried I then added the white stripes.
 I used the color: Pure White by Sherwin Williams. It's my go to white paint!
Before the white paint dried too much I carefully removed the painters tape.


I then attached the starfish. 
I laid them out first where I wanted them to be and hot glued them down one at a time. 
I felt after I added the starfish that the flag needed something more.
I then hot glued the Jute Rope I had in my craft drawer (from Michael's) and lined each row of stripes as well as the whole rectangle of the flag and area around the starfish. 
It finished it off nicely and gave it a rustic feel.


The finished product!
I'm so happy with it! I put it in my loft above my S-E-A letters and Tin VW Bus. 
It's a wonderful addition to my space!


Starfish and Stripes! 




Have a Happy and Safe Fourth Of July!

XOXO

 
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