I’m homesick. I’ve been on Facebook lately getting in touch with friends from my hometown in the US, Huntington Beach, and all I can think about is how much fun it was to grow up there and how much I miss it. So today is about surfing style, the good bad and ugly of it – and it’s dedicated to HB.
This Malibu Surf Lamp by Dakine Decor (think of Da Kine – surf slang for ‘the ultimate’) is perfect for your grommets (kids). I think it would be cute in a boys room with the right look. Anywhere else it would be a bit much.
These surfboard rugs are actually kind of small, so I don’t see what real purpose they have.
This longboard rug would be cool for a short hallway.
Ok, the room is kind of overwhelming and awful. Yet, if I saw this on a tropical island I would be over the moon. Why is that?
When I had my first I wanted a red Hawaiin printed crib set so badly. I had a whole surf motif envisioned for his room. But I couldn’t find it, and I wasn’t in the frame of mind to have it made. It seems in the past 5 years someone else has had the same idea. Not nuts about the print though – would have preferred bigger flowers.
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