Living by the seaside? Or going to celebrate Christmas on a beach? Decorating is the key to creating a right mood and beach Christmas decor is really special: mixing such different themes looks very exotic! We’ve already shown you some ornaments for beach Christmas and now we’ll take a look at other decorations.
Beach Christmas Trees
This gorgeous modern little Christmas tree was made of a cone, lots of shells and a star fish on top. It’s an alternative tree or a topiary, which isn’t difficult to make: the main technique is just gluing elements to the cone, even kids can do that. Read the tutorial and go crafting!
Christmas is right around the corner again, so now is the time to try your hand at making a driftwood Christmas tree. It’s a nice tabletop alternative to a usual tree and can be assembled easily and very fast using the tutorial. Decorate your driftwood tree with lights and maybe little ornaments or beads if the tree is tiny.
Here’s another great beachy Christmas tree that can be used on mantels, shelves, windowsills and other surfaces. It’s a way to decorate a cone with glitter and sequins plus a star fish topper – looks very holiday-like and very beachy-like! I love the color – gold – which reminds of the sand color, and I enjoy the simplicity of the tutorial itself.
A coastal holiday wreath is ideal for an east coast, west coast, or gulf coast home (and for those of you who desire to live near the coast)! Pencil starfish, burlap, and an inspirational word make this wreath a natural, stunning, and simple wreath you can make! This wreath is very calm and peaceful, there’s no glitter or sparkles, it’s neutral and very stylish, while beach vibes are represented only with star fish – you may make such a wreath for usual Christmas decor skipping them.
This intricate and chic Christmas wreath is made of a wooden twig wreath, which looks very delicate and chic. I love the colors, floral pick and beautiful turquoise and light blue colors on the wreath – you may add some more details if you want. Decorate your wall, front door, window or any other space with this delicate beach piece.
This is a super lush Christmas wreath with combos of traditional Christmas elements like berries, pinecones and foliage, and star fish and seashells. The best thing about this coastal Christmas wreath is you can use any colors, lettering, ornaments you would like and everything is interchangeable. The best thing about this coastal Christmas wreath is you can use any colors, lettering, ornaments you would like and everything is interchangeable. So next year, if you decide you would like different color decorations you can just change out the lettering and bow.
Here’s a nice and glam Christmas sign for a beach home! This is a gold glitter sign with a touch of red with nautical theme. Making it is very simple if you have stencils at hand, if not – just download them from the tutorial or get creative and paint each letter yourself.
This coastal Christmas DIY sign will look great on the mantle during the holidays. You could even add some command strips to the back and hang on the wall. You can really see the textured metallic paint shine from all angles, and I love its texture and color. Looks so beachy!
If you are big on seafood and have a lot of clams or mussels, this tutorial will help you upcycle them. You will create a gorgeous sea-inspired clam candle holder with a glam touch and if you don’t know how to prep your mussels or other shells for the craft, there’s a detailed tutorial to prepare them and wash and dry them.
Don’t you love candle glow? If you love how lighting a candle can give a whole room instant ambiance then there’s an insanely easy and inexpensive and very beach chic DIY for you! Let’s make your own beachy candleholders, like the ones that we all love from Pottery Barn that will give your home an organic, beach feel at Christmas. The cost of each candleholder was just a little over one dollar! Can you imagine them down the center of a beach themed table or scattered across a mantel? These little candleholders have a big punch of easy, breezy, Christmas style!
I’m convinced seashells are just about the most fun, least expensive decorating accessory you’ll ever find for home decor. Take a lantern, cover it with jute and add some decorative or real shells painted in some beachy color. Such a lantern will fill your home with a soft glow for Christmas, you may use it on a mantel, table or windowsill.
Make this adorable pillow for Christmas! it’s a fun and whimsy project to rock, it’s a nice decorated accessory with a glitter crab, some fun words and a Santa cap. Read the tutorial and accent your home with it.