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9 Fabulous Coastal Home Bloggers to Get to Know

If you’ve been following us here at Sustain My Craft Habit for a little while you’ll know that we LOVE our coastal style! We’re blessed to have a family cottage near Lake Huron in Ontario, Canada and derive so much inspiration from the water, sand and sunshine. Today we’re so happy to be able to introduce you to eight of our coastal style home blogging friends who we think you will love!

Coastal Home Bloggers to get to Know

Now that many of us are home and spending more time online, it’s a great opportunity to make connections and discover other like-minded people.

When our friend Jenna at Rain on a Tin Roof (you have to check out her modern eclectic style) suggested we write a blog post about some of our favorite bloggers in our niche, we couldn’t resist!

Over the past few years, as coastal-style bloggers ourselves, we’ve been fortunate to meet other creative women who share our love of the water, shoreline and nature.

The Lake Huron shoreline near our family cottage in Ontario, Canada

We encourage you to visit each of the home bloggers below, leave a comment on one of their posts and even follow them on Facebook or Instagram. They’re sure to fill your life with beachy, bright and inspiring coastal-style goodness.

So let’s get started (in no particular order)!

Lisa at Shine Your Light

Based in Massachusetts, Lisa is mom to three high school/college aged kids. She shares home improvement tutorials, fun and personal art projects, simple and affordable interior design ideas, as well as the occasion food and drink recipe and ideas for entertaining.

It’s so nice to grab a hot coffee and stroll through Lisa’s blog. From the makeover of her backyard patio, to the tour of her light and bright kitchen and even her elegant silverware box makeover it’s all absolute eye-candy!

Follow Shine Your Light on Instagram

Morgan at Charleston Crafted

Morgan and her husband Sean take DIY to the next level with their thorough and helpful tutorials. Want to learn how to make a stunning coffered ceiling? There’s a tutorial for that! Build a gorgeous dining table or extend your fireplace to the ceiling? There are tutorials for those!

As their blog name suggests, Morgan and Sean live in Charleston, South Carolina. They have a young son, dog and fluffy grey cat named Bear Grylls.

Follow Charleston Crafted on Instagram

Danielle at Finding Silver Pennies

Danielle is mom to two energetic boys plus two adorable fur babies. With her husband, she has been making over their 1927 Dutch Colonial dream home in Massachusetts room-by-room. We can’t get enough of her bright and airy style and inspiring interior design talent.

On Finding Silver Pennies she shares tours of her gorgeous home, all sorts of DIY projects and tutorials (you’ll love how she painted this octapus dresser) and shares beautiful watercolor paintings with her readers such as this adorable bunny printable.

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Meg at Green with Decor

Meg has a lovely subtle coastal style. It’s the natural textures and bright and airy touches that make all her projects feel fresh and beachy. From her coastal rustic living room, soft blue painted barstools or seagrass basket walls, she’s an expert at showing readers how to incorporate bits of coastal into any home.

She’s a new mom to a gorgeous little one and lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with her hubby and puppy. Her beautiful clean and green style has been featured in magazines such as Good Housekeeping, and Food Network!

Follow Green with Decor on Instagram

Samantha at Little Bits of Home

Samantha also has one of those homes you wish you could just stroll through wiht a hot cup of coffee in hand. Fortunately she shares photos tour wo that we can savour it all virtually. Her dining room reveal is definitely one to check out as is her laundry closet makeover. You can even learn how to make gorgeous giant paper flowers for your wall!

Samantha is helped by her husband Jeremy and two young kids on all her DIY projects!

Follow Little Bits of Home on Instagram

Maria at Simple Nature Decor

Maria’s ability to incorporate nature into her home and decorating drew us to her blog Simple Nature Decor several years ago. Based in Coastal Carolina, she is mom to three grown kids and now grandkids.

She shares her love for writing and nature to create projects for the home with readers world wide. She’ll show you how to flex your creativity with projects such as these DIY oyster shell bookends, a coastal themed envelope pillow and even how to upcycle a grocery bag into an Easter basket!

Follow Simple Nature Decor on Instagram

Libbie at A Life Unfolding

Libbie is a 50-something empty-nester with two grown daughters three adult step kids (with kids of their own!) She says, ” My design philosophy is mixing high with low, old and new, and always adding an element of quirk.” How fun is that!

On a Life Unfolding you can learn how to add show-stopping accents to your home such as making a creative wood block head board, staining a butcher block counter, and adding a stunning statement wall with wood planks.

Follow A Life Unfolding on Instagram

Carrie at Lovely Etc.

Carrie is a master DIYer who shares our love of decorating, creating and repurposing. Based in the US she is mom to two fun-loving boys and is continuously updating her 1970’s home with her husband. 

We’re completely in awe with how she’s able to incorporate vintage pieces into her decorating and have it all still look modern such as in her lovely small entryway. And you won’t believe her low-budget kitchen remodel or how she’s transformed her dated fireplace and mantel over time!

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And Us, Jane & Sonja at Sustain My Craft Habit

If you are new here, we are Jane and Sonja two sisters living just outside of Toronto, Canada. Sonja has one tween daughter and Jane has four kids between 5-13 years of age. We’ve been lifelong crafters and DIYers and love to share simple, nature-inspired tutorials on the blog.

A few of our favourite projects are our coastal style kitchen makeover, beachy driftwood ornaments and seashore resin art!

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We hope you thoroughly enjoyed e-meeting these fabulous coastal-style bloggers. Be sure to leave a comment below if you have a coastal style blog, or know of another that we should discover!

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Kate

Monday 13th of April 2020

Thank you for the introduction to these blogs!

Danielle

Saturday 4th of April 2020

Aw, so loved doing this with you girls. How amazing is your coastal bathroom makeover at that sea art! LOVE all your projects. Thank you for your kind words about my blog and projects. xx

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