Decorating your home with driftwood is a wonderful idea because it is not only stunning to look at, but also very eco-friendy since you are re-purposing old wood into brilliant designs. Having an organic look in your home with nature-inspired objects of driftwood is a very trendy style. It not necessarily limited to just beach or coastal style, this look can create a super rustic ambiance. There are numerous creations by designers, including driftwood tables, mirrors, chandeliers, lamps, stools, towel holders and headboards, however you can also DIY your own driftwood decor items. Such ideas include, candle holders, wall shelf, fireplace mantle, photo frame, coat hook, and even a jewelry hanger, your creativity is the limit! Driftwood can also make for a wonderful centerpiece on a table and can also be used as place mats and table garlands. The ideas are limitless and we have put together an inspiring collection for you to get your own ideas.
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