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Esty Showcase: Rustic Wine Finds – Part II

Following the coat tails of Rustic Wine Finds I, we are happy to share Rustic Wine Finds II.

What can be better than rustic wood paired with wine? {{Insert Silence Here}} –>Nothing, that’s right, NOTHING! I absolutely love this assortment of finds better than brie covered with Jalapeno Jelly and Chardonnay which is to die for. And even more than my favorite Wild Venison Stew with Cabernet Sauvignon. Yes, this selection of rustic wine holders, wine barrel hearts, wine bottle chandeliers, and wine stoppers tops the charts. Go ahead scroll down to see them and don’t forget we saved the best, most colorful, delightful and affordable pick for last

Reclaimed Wood Wine Storage Rack

Just say yes to this fun wine rack made from reclaimed wood and industrial screws. It’s so simple yet so dang cute. I think I’m buying two.


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Coastal Garden Room with Stunning Views & A Driftwood Table

Langka & Zach Treadwell wanted a home that not only reflected their gorgeous ocean view in Pacific Palisades, California, it also celebrates the ethnic diversity of their 6 adopted children.  While I can’t imaging having white walls and floors with children, interior designer, Maya Williams, could and did.  Williams used lots of white paint and creativity to transform their out dated Cape Cod style home into a comfortable and relaxing place for the Treadwell family to call home.

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Etsy Showcase: Rustic Easter – Psyanky, Silk Dyed Egg Kits, Robin Egg Apothecary

Ukranian Easter Egg Red Popp

I love Easter. For me, it’s a holiday that brings back fond memories from my childhood. Our family is Eastern European so every year we made Psyanky or Ukrainian Easter eggs.  As kids, we loved trying to blow the insides, or snot as we liked to call it,  out of the eggs.  Typically, we just blew so hard we got headaches or cracked the shells before we could use them. But that never stopped our love for the holiday. Easter meant, hearty rustic baskets filled with beautiful eggs and good food that our priest would bless. For us, It was never just about the baskets filled with candy but the celebration of love that we shared together as a family. This collection of rustic Easter finds brings back all those memories for me. I hope you enjoy these rustic finds.

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Rustic Finds: Loop and Twig Wreaths

Mom wanted to replace her evergreen wreath with something that can be used year round. She is in search of something around 24″ that will look good no matter what season. Since it was cold and we didn’t want to leave the house, we headed over to Amazon to window shop. We found three cool wreaths that we wanted to share with you.


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Rustic Driftwood Art: Sunburst Mirrors, Hearts, Tables & Lamps

driftwood-heart I live in Maine about 2 miles from the beach where my family spends many days in the sand collecting driftwood, sea glass, shells and other treasures. What I love is that even after you remove something from the beach, it still holds the magic of the ocean. Something, I love to feel in my home.

Recently, I was inspired by this amazing driftwood heart that I pinned on Pinterest. It’s beautiful, contemporary and rustic all at the same time.

Although, I have a rather large driftwood collection, I don’t have enough to create a piece of art this size. So I went to Amazon in search of driftwood home decor. Here are a few of my finds:

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