Fun Coastal Findings (by Sarah & Anna)

Last week our family was away on vacation to the Oregon Coast. Knowing that ocean shores collects some of the best shopping, we made sure to capture photos of unique coastal merchandise. Our favorite shopping spot was Cannon Beach, known for its rock formation Haystack Rock and its treasure-trove of shops and galleries.

These glasses against the pink wall are very intriguing at Josephine’s, a pretty gift shop in Cannon Beach.

Our favorite find in Cannon Beach was Sesame and Lilies, containing two floors of beachy furniture and accessories. There website can be accessed here. You must visit their shop in the Cannon Beach Mall if you are in the area. Sesame and Lilies has everything from found items like sea glass, bottles, and fisherman’s net floats to new decorator rugs, pillows, and local artwork.

Sesame and Lilies

Can you beat this shop entrance?

Meals taste better when eaten with these:

What messages were contained in these bottles, I wonder?

No live animals were injured during the making of this blog post.

If your last name begins with “Z”, you need these end tables:

This birdcage looks like a pen-and-ink:

Sarah is dreaming about this mirror, rug, and tufted grey sofa.

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2 Comments

  1. Christie
    Posted July 27, 2010 at 6:27 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Hey Gals,
    This article came up on the AOL news feed today. I thought you might be interested. An interior designer updated her kitchen on $500. While I don’t have $500 to spend on any one room of my house, there are some good ideas budget friendly fixes.
    http://www.shelterpop.com/2010/07/22/before-and-after-a-500-kitchen-makeover/?icid=main|aim|dl9|link1|http%3A%2F%2Fwww.shelterpop.com%2F2010%2F07%2F22%2Fbefore-and-after-a-500-kitchen-makeover%2F

    ~Christie

    • Posted July 27, 2010 at 8:03 pm | Permalink | Reply

      Thanks Christie! That’s a really fun makeover – it’s a great idea to use that beadboard wallpaper; I didn’t even know that existed. It’s fun to see what you can do on a tight budget.

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