Print it and frame it!
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Southern Living magazine has rounded up some of their best lake house decorating ideas. Get inspired. From Southern Living:
"There’s something so nostalgic about lake houses—memories of hot summers spent by the lake, autumn getaways to see the rich fall foliage. Lake houses are the de facto settings for big family gatherings, girlfriend getaways, and celebratory weekends. So shouldn’t a lake house be a place that draws people in, wraps them up, and invites them to stay a while? Over the years we’ve seen a variety of lake house décor—some is stunning, some is serene, some functional, and some opulent".
Read their full report, by clicking here.
One day, I'm gonna give this a try.
Get more cabin crafty ideas here. To make the above, follow these directions. What you’ll need:
• 2×2 slats of scrap wood or new lumber
• 4 or 5 12–18-inch branches with sturdy twigs coming out
• Picture hangers
From Cabin Living Magazine:
"Build a 14×26-inch frame using scrap wood or new lumber. Measure the top-to-bottom dimension of the frame and cut the branches to the same length. Secure the branches to the inside of the frame by nailing through the outside of the frame and into the center of each branch with 3-inch nails. Be sure to plan your spacing before you start nailing.
Attach the appropriate picture frame hanger to the back of the frame. You may need two hangers, one on each side, for the best stability. Hang where the indoor/outdoor traffic seems to be greatest".
We love this idea, titled Paddles at the Lake, Photographed by Michael Graydon, for H&H magazine. Share your cool lake decorating ideas with us. Email us at email@example.com