I've been collecting seashells for as long as I can remember. From east to west, coast to coast, and shore to shore, I always find a treasure to keep, and adore.

Monday, September 26, 2011

Driftwood Window Treatment

I have had so much fun doing some rearranging, and decorating in my home! I have been wanting to do this for ages now, and yesterday was the day!
Depending on my lighting, the paint color looks different.
This piece of driftwood has traveled over 2000 miles with me, and was a garden accent until yesterday. I may add some shells and beachy elements to the net, but I really love it just as it is.
I am sooooo glad I kept my largest pieces of driftwood!

Do you like unusual window treatments?

Love,
Del

8 comments:

Kimberly Glesenkamp said...

I love it. I like the light fixture as well.

julie cavender said...

That is totally awesome!! I have used driftwood from the river as curtain rods for tab top curtains in my guest rooms and in my parlor. Long sticks that have been riverwashed so that the grain shows through. You did a great job. Isn't it fun to play with the house??

Sheer Serendipity said...

Great idea! Looks fantastic!

A. Alexandra said...

That looks great. You should add some seashells or fake seaweed.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

That looks incredible! I LOVE it! I bet someone will be up on a ladder with some seashells soon! ♥♥♥

Kaybe said...

Oh Come On! That is a brilliant moment of inspiration! I like the paint color even more with the driftwood in front of it.

BeautifulDees said...

Love the drift wood and so does my Dustin. Thank you for alway's encouraging me on...I value my blog friend's.
Love ya,Debbie

Sher said...

I LOVE that window treatment! I think it is perfect! If you want to add some shells, that would be nice too. I also like the idea of the driftwood because there is a story behind it. You would not have appreciated it nearly as much as you do now if you had purchased it.

I think it looks great!

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