Surf's Up!

Now that the calendar officially says summer, I'm all about summer related posts! I'm hoping my new adage, "if you post it, it will come" will bring about warm and sunny weather and what better way to begin that with surfing! Not real surfing mind you but decorating with surf boards. Seems it's very popular with surfers and non-surfers alike. I'm ready to hang ten! How about you?

Carolyn Murphy, a real surfer, at home in Venice Beach in a photo by Eric Cahan.

You can always decorate with a surfboard coffee table like Annie Selke.

James Victore hand painted surfboard for DWR - on sale for $2400!

Guest room at The Surf Lodge in Montauk - too bad they are on the bay and not the ocean!

Design by Tim Clark

Tim Clark's store Tower 20

Kips Bay Decorator Show House 2007 entrance hall designed by Beale-Lana with surfboards by Dirk Westphal.

Artist Dirk Westphal in his studio with paintings and surfboard.

Kips Bay Decorator Show House 2009 room designed by Natasha Bergreen and Liza Cousins.

Montauk house of Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch of Roman and Williams.

The surfboard seems right at home in this bathroom designed by Kerry Joyce.

Interior designer Brooke Giannetti likes to use surfboards in her designs inside and out.

A dining room by Brooke Giannetti contains a surfboard.

Brooke Giannetti also likes to decorate her own home with a surfboard as seen her in C Magazine.

Nate Berkus also decorated a California beach house with a surfboard and was also featured in C Magazine.

If you can't decorate with a real surfboard, you can always try vintage surfing photos like Waldo Fernandez.

You and a group of your friends can carry your surfboards in a big old vintage woody wagon like in this photo from Tim Clark or... can go it alone in a cute little Isetta like this surfer! All we need now are some tasty waves!


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