The Beach Cottage Green Vintage Chair comes to the Beach

Fri 30th, Apr, 2010

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Do you think one might be considered a little strange if one decides to take a vintage chair to the beach?  Huh?  Well, if you’ve been with me for a while you’ll probably have ascertained that I am not really one for giving a hoot for what people might think and I’m telling ya that’s just what I did the other Sunday…the weather was a little bit cooler than it has been for a while and seriously needing to get outta the house, we packed up the car with a picnic and headed off to a near but new to us beach.


Now just as all the kiddos were in the back of the car, there’d been the usual run back in for the loo, I had lost the keys and found them again, Mr BC had asked me sixty-five times if I wanted a jumper, I went back into the kitchen and got one of the other member’s of the Beach Cottage Crew…the old green vintage chair…cos I thought she might like to come on the trip with us ;-)


I truly saw the eyes flick upwards from Mr Teenage Beach Cottage and Mr BC questioned the comfort of that chair on the beach…sometimes I really have to wonder about that man…just doesn’t get it ;-) though I suppose I am lucky he is still hanging around this place, I do wonder sometimes if I not only have an inner-brat but an inner lunatic.


We had a lovely afternoon here, the ocean, as you can see, was very calm, the kids just messed around in the water and invented games throwing rocks into the sea…it’s funny how being on the seashore does that isn’t it…even with older kids just being by the water brings out the best…a lovely way to spend some family time.

Mr Beach Cottage and I sat on a rock and just watched and cooked up a few plans…but for most of it we just sat and did and said absolutely nothing…


…later we strolled right around the headland and stopped for an ice cream…

I loved taking these shots, the wildflowers divine…quite unusual colours for me, but a welcome change…


see you later girls and boys

…would you like to come sit on a chair, talk vintage speak and look out to sea with me ;-)




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146 Responses to “The Beach Cottage Green Vintage Chair comes to the Beach”

  1. Mary Lemon says:

    Oh how I love this post! Every day I have to have my Beach Cottage Fix. I love everything you do. This post was very relaxing. I adore old beat up chairs, especially if they have an interesting shape and this one was gorgeous. Living in Nebraska, I don’t see much water so that picture was very relaxing.

  2. Kate says:

    Your blog is always so full of inspiration and calmness to me. The photos are amazing and you displays are ever so charming. Have a wonderful day!!

    Warm wishes
    Kate @ Salvage Dior

  3. Brigid says:

    I would sit in any chair if it meant I was at the beach! Charming pictures, BTW-the chair looks like she had a lovely day out;-)

  4. Scribbler says:

    These photos are art.


  5. Victoria says:

    I do love how the beach brings out the best in us, and coming to Sarah’s beach cottage is the next best thing to being there! LOL Thank you for sharing the beauty and the chance to just be still and enjoy it.

  6. Su says:

    …and why shouldn’t the chair come too! Presented with a little bouquet of nature, she turned her best cheek to the camera and smiled brightly…and wondered of a life from over those seas…

  7. Tricia Rose says:

    Happy chair – memorable photo!

  8. Lori says:

    Sarah, you have wonderful ideas. The chair looks right at home at the beach, and the flowers made it even lovelier. I would love to sit and talk vintage with you!

  9. Marlie says:

    Love the chair and so love how you have displayed it. Beautiful photos

  10. tina howard says:

    hi sarah, oh how you make me wish i was in st ives! the chair, the sea, the flowers! so beautiful. being by the sea is just the best thing ever and i wish that we could make a move like yourself even if it is just as far as cornwall, well maybe one day but until then i will just have my daily fix via your gorgeous pics, many thanks, teen.

  11. Bonnie says:

    I’m drooling over your pictures… you are so incredibly talented. Amazing. Beautiful. I want a print for my wall!! You should sell your photographs… I love this!

  12. Stacy says:

    Your great idea made for a very unique and pretty picture! Why yes, I would love to sit on that vintage chair on the beach with you!

  13. Li (Creamy White) says:

    Sarah!!! I wish I could be sitting in this gorgeous chair at the sea….what a lovely way to show a calm and relaxing way of leaving. Just wonderful!!!

  14. Silke says:

    Fantastic, I love the idea, great photo. Next year I might be back in Bryon Bay and if I will find a chair, I try my luck to take up your idea. It is lovely! I love to follow your blog. It is a bit like having Austraila on my door step.
    Have a lovely day,
    all the best
    from Germany

  15. Sharon Forward says:

    I sure would talk vintage if I was sitting on a beach with you Sarah cos you get it I’m not sure everyone does. Lovely pics. Love that chair.

  16. That last photograph, especially, is really beautiful! I hope you print out some of those photographs and frame them to go in your house! Gorgeous! You are so creative and talented…I love your blog!

  17. Lois Gibbs says:

    I love this blog! You are so unique, and you take such good pictures.

  18. Pearl Maple says:

    Fun photo for an artsy view of life, the colours are fabulous

  19. Damn your staging blows my mind. These photos are the best I’ve seen in the blogosphere in so long. That second one is breathtaking, the up close shot. You are one talented vignette staging lady !!!!


  20. fairmaiden says:

    sArAh…you’ve really done it this time! Be still my vintage sea-lovin beating heart.

    You seriously may have to consider using one of these pics as your header…or for a cover of a book! You are brillant!

    ox~ kErriE

  21. fairmaiden says:

    One more thing…

    I’m advertizing your giveaway on my blog.

    Fairmaiden of Sea Cottage

  22. Zaira says:

    Can’t believe you made a photo like this one. It’s magic!! I showed to my mother and talked about you and how talented you are…. xx

  23. Erika says:

    Oh wow Sarah these pictures took my breath away. Just before I started my yoga practice I thought I’d pay you a quick visit…And I am so glad I did. I feel like these pictures have so much to tell. And off course you are the one who lets them speak. You are truly amazing!
    smiles, Erika

  24. Absolutely gorgeous pictures. The simple chair with that beautiful ocean as the backdrop. You have a great eye. You could and should sell those pix!

  25. Kristin says:

    WOw WOW and Wow! What amazing pictures! I would blow up that last one and frame it! You are so full of talent!

  26. Donna says:

    Sarah, you have outdone even yourself. These photos just take my breath away.You must make a zillion copies of that last one.Yes, my friend, I would sit and talk vintage with you or I’d be quite happy just to sit and be. Thank you for the best eye candy yet! <3 Donna

  27. Karen says:

    I will be looking for a chair like this one when I go to the flea market this weekend. What cool photos, especially the last one! Thanks for the daily inspiration :)

  28. Mrs Susan Page says:

    Hi Sarah. Once again you have made my day. It doesn’t matter how down I feel you ALWAYS enable me to see that the simple things in life are what gives us joy. You have certainly done that. Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart. Just luv it. Susan

  29. Rachel says:

    Lovely photos….and no you are most definitely NOT nuts. :) I sure the LOVELY vintage chair adored the trip and appreciates the love. ;)


  30. Leslie says:

    What fantastic photos! I love the chair in the water. What a wonderful idea, and the flowers too.
    You’re right about the spirit of hanging out at water’s edge. It brings out a joy and a sense of playfulness. My husband and I often walk the beach, or sit on the rocks of Laguna Beach (here in California) and just gaze out at the sea. It soothes the soul and causes one to dream of wondrous things.
    Thanks for the great post! I love your blog!

  31. Isabel Z says:

    Gazing at these beautiful pictures makes me yearn for the beach. Thank you for such loveliness.

  32. Christine B says:

    So love that green Chair! Looks amazing! Hope you left it there for the tide to sweep it across the Tasman Sea to my beach in NZ! Would let you still come to sit on it and take awesome photos!

  33. I don’t mind where you take that chair if you get results like that! Plus, it’s unkind to leave a member of the family out of an excursion don’t you think??

  34. sue in mexico mo says:

    That is one lucky chair! It got to roadtrip to the beach with you . . . ;-)

  35. cherrie says:

    I see nothing wrong with taking a chair to the beach (except that you have to carry it) – it lengthens the life of wood to be soaked in salt water doesn’t it??

  36. Jackie says:

    Love the chair, flowers, water….all so beautiful!!! Thank you for sharing!
    Pls include my name in the giveaway!!
    Thx Sarah

  37. Daphne says:

    *Sigh*…so beautiful and restful. Headed over to your flickr for more.

  38. Alicia says:

    Fantastic, great shots!!

  39. Antia says:

    Really beautiful shots Sarah. I love the color in the last one. Just noticed your flickr. I will have to zip over and take a look! Stop by when you get a chance, trying to give this blogging thing a shot ;)

  40. cheryl says:

    the water in the 2nd photo looks amazing! love the contrast of the flowers & the chair against the sea.

  41. Anita says:

    Oh geez, just saw I spelled my own name wrong on my previous post! And I’ve only had one beer!

  42. Tiff says:

    Sarah, your photography is getting better with every shot I see! (Not that it was bad or anything in the first place!). Seriously, you should consider selling prints!

  43. Elizabeth says:

    What gorgeous photography – who would have thought something so simple would have such an impact. I agree, you should consider selling your prints, they would also look great as cards.

  44. Gaelle says:

    The BC crew is totaly right about the comfort of the chair: don’t know if I could be able to read a book on that chairs for hours. But I do love these chairs for display.

    And one more thing I love about your post today: What beautifull photos! Have you ever learned photography? Cause you got the eye!


  45. karen davis says:

    what an interesting way to use a chair… I would NEVER have thought of that. It looks so peaceful.

  46. The Moerks says:

    Sarah, Sarah Sarah, you have outdone yourself. The picture is just divine.
    I see absolutely nothing strange in taking an old wooden chair and a vase of flowers to the beach. But, I laughed to myself about the teenagers. I bet they are pretty proud of their Mum and her strange ways:)

  47. Deanne says:

    Hi Sarah,
    I think you should take some of your creative photos like this one and turn them into a calendar for next year. I think you would have lots of people lining up for a gorgeous Beach Cottage Calendar!

  48. Christa says:

    The ocean is painfully beautiful.

  49. Sally says:

    Love the pictures Sarah!
    It’s such a joy and a treat to read your blog everyday!
    Your phots and your ideas are simply amazing!!
    And I 2nd the vote from Deanne about you doing a calendar!!
    I’m there if you ever decide to put something together.

  50. Debbie says:

    What peaceful pictures today. Love the colors!

  51. gretchen says:

    what lovely photos!
    makes me really long for warmer weather and a trip to the ocean ~

  52. Regina says:

    Those shots are really lovely. I like the colors of the water and those wild looking flowers. Keep shooting. You are making fine photos.

  53. Suzy says:

    Wow, what beautiful photos!! Please count me in for the giveaway.

  54. Martha says:

    Gorgeous photos!! So creative! :-)

  55. Mary says:

    Looks like a perfect day at the beach for me – no blazing hot sun, rough waves and screaming kiddies. Of course the chair makes the day – so much more romantic looking than your typical low slung sand chair…………but I did love those deck chairs you rescued at that yard sale some time back too!!

    Happy weekend Sarah.

  56. Tina says:

    Love, love, love your photos Sarah!! Wishing you a wonderful weekend ~ Tina xx

  57. Lana Austin says:

    I am in awe of these photographs of that chair in the water! Truly fantastic!
    I am SO IN LOVE WITH THE BEACH and these photographs have fanned the flame of my water desire!

  58. Oh Sarah. Your blog is always a delight to see visually as well as read. So enjoyable and the photos are lovely. Love the chair in the water.
    Thanks for sharing a bit of your peaceful times in Australia with us all.

  59. What a beautiful photo! Tell Mr. BC that it’s perfectly normal to take a vintage chair to the beach! I’m sure the chair loved it and we get to see the gorgeous photos!

    I think what you call a jumper is a sweater to us??? Right?

  60. i love these pictures the ironey is whats so beautiful! diane vintagetickledpink

  61. Darlene says:

    What a beautiful photo – life is good! Taking a lovely old vintage chair to the beach makes sense to me! :-)

  62. Anne-Marie says:

    Well I understand you perfectly Sarah because my family tease me that I’m just a little eccentric. I take it as a compliment cause eccentric/lunatic tendancies make for interesting people!
    Seriously girl I do hope you are going to take your photography talents further(?) Glorious pics, some of the best on this blog.
    Thanks to your inspiration I’m incorporating more white into my home as an experiment for the next house. You know it’s really lifting our spirits and preparing DH and kids for a light/white-ish future dwelling. xx

  63. You really do take fabulous photos. Have you thought about running a course? I’m not joking either – I’d do it for sure!! And I’m all for chairs on beaches. Once three friends and I took not just chairs but a small table as well onto the beach (we were following the sun) and played Trivial Pursuit as the sun set! Loads of fun.

  64. Kim says:

    sarah i have 2 similar chairs in a chippy white i will try to get them down in the garage and take a pic i got them at a garage sale the ladies said they came from a restraunt in cali the paint is all chippy and someone started to finish them and never did that is one of my next projects!! the seats need work!!! i saw them and they were a steal at only $2.oo a piece!!! i knew they were coming home with me!!!! the pics are just gorgeous!!! have a great day and sorrry about the yucky trolls that live inder the bridge making nasty comments!!!!

  65. Kare says:

    Beautiful photos…the last one is positively dreamy!!

  66. Cate Bain says:

    Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful.

    I just allowed myself to get lost in your photo for a few minutes….and I could have stayed there all day!

    Thank you for another dose of your incredible inspiration :)

  67. Robyn says:

    I’m liking the last shot of the chair in the calm water.

  68. KAREN says:



  69. Karen says:

    Love your photos! I want to spend time at the beach now!

  70. alison says:

    Stunning photos Sarah, your eye for photography is just amazing…

  71. Marta says:

    I am inspired by your inner lunatic! ;-)

  72. m says:

    All for chairs in the ocean! Love those shots!

    m ^..^

  73. sarah – you’ve managed to combine my two FAVORITE things in one gorgeous photo…a chair and the ocean! I’m basically drooling at the moment. This photo is…wonderful.

  74. Alison Gibbs says:

    Love this post. I am just waiting for 2 1/2 yo grandson to wake up from his nap and we are off to the beach for a walk and play. Too cool for a swim but perfect for a walk.

  75. Kirsty says:

    Uh oh! I seriously love love LOVE this post! Those photos are beautiful! I have only recently started following this blog but it’s my new love! Kinda annoying though because I am seriously considering doing an oil painting of the pic of the chair in the water it’s amazing! (didn’t word this comment well, it’s annoying because I have so many things that I want to paint but that photo is going to have to be added to the list!) I’m all inspired now! But must finish my painting of Crayfish Creek in Tas first!

  76. I love all of your photos Sarah,
    You are the BEST!
    Take CAre,

  77. *Alex* says:

    That last picture makes my heart melt! Perfect.

  78. Elizabeth says:

    Hello Sarah, I just wanted to let you know I had found your blog and I am loving every minute of it. I have not been able to stay away. Love the words. Love the pictures. Like you I also just feel things look better in white. Definitely staying tuned, Elizabeth

  79. Anu Varma says:

    I am simply mesmerised. What lovely images..calm, serene and oh so romantic!!! I a a huge fan. Do visit my blog at http://www.mydreamcanvas.blogspot.com

    Thanks Anu!!

  80. Tania says:

    As I sit here in my now tidy house and listen to my children watching mindless cartoons. I think to myself I think we should turn off and head to the beach. You are an inspiration to be sure and I’m also sure my husband would not think I was normal if I tried to take the cahir to the beach. So glad your is. I still need to train mine a little more. Thanks for the blog I am a new follower and love to check everyday for new ideas and inspiation.

  81. Jill says:

    First tablescaping and now chairscaping! What delightful photographs..so peaceful and calm. Sarah if you are ever in Melbourne you would enjoy breakfasting/ brunching/ lunching at Spoonful in East Prahran. Their tablescaping is always exquisite and innovative, using flowers, herbs, vegetables and gorgeous containers. And the food is sensational. I love reading your blog each day; thank you.

  82. Patti says:

    I agree, you have a great eye…and talent in droves!! Your pictures are just stunning!! I’d love to hang with you at the beach!!

  83. Truly dreamy pictures and a lovely afternoon at the seaside.

  84. Anita says:

    Stunning! Gosh I wish I was that chair *sigh*

  85. Irene says:

    OOOOOOoooo! Whatch out!! Photos are getting a little arty!!
    Great images by the way :)
    Irene x

  86. Ruby Wand says:

    people that have an inner lunatic are very creative! the chair blends beautifully with the ocean!

  87. miss sew & so says:

    love the chair, flowers, photos, feelings, salt and sand honey…..BIG thankyou’s for taking me with you…i’m having serious salt water withdrawals this week….i promise you if i find 11 more like this- or even not like this -i’ll keep 6 and 5 are yours baby!

    melissa x

  88. Nicole Kruse says:

    Jeez Louise!!! Magic.

  89. picklefork3 says:

    great shots – we took a trip to Florida in March and I took a few bird and water shots would love a comment.

    Come take a look.


  90. lg says:

    OMG how can you ever doubt that you have talent?!?!??? Those photos are spectacular!! You should publish them on gift cards – NOW!!!!!!

  91. Pam Felter says:

    love it! We only get to the beach about 1 time each year and can hardly wait for our next trip. Love the photo of the chair in the water. Peaceful!


  92. Carole says:

    Great photos! The fourth one looks like a watercolor…could be a very nice greeting card.

  93. Elisabeth says:

    Love that last photo! I always wonder if people will think I’m weird doing my “photo shoots” in public. Guess that’s why most of them are in my own backyard! Of course between that and the streetside rescues of other’s trash I guess it’s too late to worry about people thinking I’m weird!

  94. Goodness but you are inspiring! You totally sell a lifestyle through your blog in a very authentic way!

    Have a wonderful weekend

  95. Linda Jacobs says:

    You are too funny! I can just picture the reactions when you brought the chair out!

    Heading to the beach, myself, this weekend. Time to open camp. It’s a fifth-wheel camper in a campground but is only a ten-minute bike ride from the ocean. I’m determined to go even if I have to wear a parka! Your pictures, today, make me wish the day would go faster so I can get there. Two more blocks to teach then I’m hitting the road.

    Have a good weekend!

  96. Those pics are spectacular…I can just imagine being there…so peaceful…

  97. Vicki K says:

    Sarah – your photos are so poetic! Did you have to wander down the beach with the chair so as not to be included in the throwing-rocks-splashing game?

  98. Jean Bass says:

    Sarah – fabulous photos. Love the chair at the beach–I live vicariously through you; thanks for blogging so religiously.
    Jean B (Minnesota)

  99. Kim Michael says:

    G’Day Miss Sarah~You always have someting great for us.Simply Amazing My Dear! ~Cheers Kim

  100. Nan says:

    I love the green chair in the blue green water…it’s beautiful. A visit to the beach would be lovely. Thanks for sharing!

  101. Krista says:

    I love your work SO much, Sarah! :-) I’m really, really glad you’re crazy and brought the chair to the beach. Your photos turned out fabulously and make me feel all peaceful and serene looking at them. :-)

  102. bj says:

    Well, Sarah girl.. SOME magazine…I am not sure yet WHICH magazine, is going to be in touch with you before long to USE these photos of yours!! They are MAGNIFICENT…you have such an eye. Just puts me in AWE every time I see your photographs.

    Glad ya’ll had a good time..

  103. bj says:

    ooo, and listen, girl…put my name down for one of those beachy calendars…if you decide to do one..:))

  104. bj says:

    ok..i left 2 comments here…where are they??

  105. anne marie says:

    i would really like to purchase a copy of that photograph – it reminds me of days spent picking flowers at the beach on the gulf…….

    a 5 x 7

  106. Very pretty Sarah! It looks calm and peaceful, a perfect respite from the busy-busy all the time!
    Hope you have a fun weekend planned.
    Heidi – Heart and Home

  107. Just introduced to your blog and I’m loving everything about it!

  108. Dianna says:

    I love it, what gorgeous photos they need to be framed. Did you do anything to the photos or were those the actual colours.
    You have inspired me to get my camera out.

  109. abi says:

    I would sit in any chair if it meant I was at the beach! Charming pictures, BTW-the chair looks like she had a lovely day out;-)

  110. Marina says:

    Sarah the chair looks like it belongs near the water. The shot is perfection!

  111. Dzintra says:

    Hi Sarah…love your blog!!! Please count me in your giveaway…Wishing you very many Beachy Days…From my Beach to yours, Dzintra♥x

  112. Paula says:

    Stunningly gorgeous photos! I am so glad to have found your blog.

  113. Kathleen H says:

    You are simply too much Sarah! Gorgeous pictures, such talent. Wish I could be there talking vintage.

  114. That last shot is really beautiful Sarah. I love the idea of you taking the chair to the beach – don’t see anything wrong with that at all :)


  115. courtney says:

    I love that you took the chair to the beach… wonder if my favorite chair would make the 10 hour car trip to the ocean?

  116. Susan says:

    I love the chair/beach combo. You have a great eye!

  117. Gosia says:

    Lovely, lovely. Love the green on this chair. It must have been one fantastic day on the beach.

  118. Tami C says:

    What a lovely day. The flowers aren’t bad either. (Love them wild flowers!)

  119. Frau Mayer says:

    Oh no, my favorite chair I was planning to steal one day, standing freely!

  120. Karli says:

    Love cosying up on the sofa with my cuppa tea and your blog, love the old vintage green chair I have many of those knocking about my old cottage too! Did anyone stop to look and wonder if you were taking pics for a photo shoot? :D

  121. Michelle says:

    Three cheers for the beach, A Beach Cottage and the vintage chair. The photos are quite serene and relaxing – beautiful as always.

  122. naturegirl says:

    I love the chair on the beach…so many words come to mind..certainly a picture that speaks volumes!I love your creative mind and your generosity!

  123. Sea Witch says:

    Lovely post. I, too, am someone who will bring odd things to the waters edge. The sea calls us in so many different ways. I just discovered your lovely blog and am enjoyng all of your photos and words. Sea witch

  124. Erin says:

    I love that you took an ole chair to the beach. The photos turned out beautifully.

  125. Clare says:

    Beautiful photos. My husband hardly raises an eyebrow any more at the things that pop up around the place for a blog!

  126. mari says:

    All the photos are lovely but your second shot is breathtaking. I honestly don’t have the vocabulary to describe the colours and serenity. I am utterly moved and speechless.

  127. Hi Lady! I just wanted to tell you that the photo of the chair in the water is brilliant. You have a gift!

  128. Sandie says:

    I LOVE the composition of your lovely old chair sitting in the sea with the jar of bright nasturtiums. Everything about it made me go ahhhhhh. Just like a mini vacation.

  129. Mikey says:

    Love it! I’m new to the blogging world and just became a follower of your blog! I hope you’ll visit my blog, too!

  130. I love this image it is just gorgeous. I can just imagine what my husband would say if I was to pack a vintage chair to take to the beach!

  131. I have recently discovered your blog and I’m in awe of your photography. I love how you capture something so simple and make it look so lovely – can’t wait to keep reading. Ann

  132. freda souter says:

    I would like to win the book

  133. Cathy B says:

    I just submitted a post about your beautiful seaside vignette and an experience I recently had at the sea. but it seemed to be having trouble accepting it. can you check to see if it went thru and let me know? thank you!
    cathy b
    projecthope7 at gmail dot com

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  135. Lori M says:

    I heard you on Melbourne Radio on Saturday night. Thought I would take a look at your site. So glad I did. So relaxing. What a great life you have.

  136. suzanne says:

    Sarah, I cant believe a lovely pommie girl and her family have settle into the aussie life like you have.
    everything you feel and do reflects my love of australia wonderfully. I do love everything you photograph and paint and your love of flowers as well. There is so much I could tell you , but would just like to say thanks!

  137. Brianna says:

    I absolutely love the last photo from this post! The wide angle shot. Also, I think bringing a vintage chair to the beach to get this shots is not only whimsical but brilliant! Love!

  138. Amee Eastman says:

    Hi!! I’m Amee from http://www.amee2.blogspot.com & I found your site thru http://www.Pinterest.com!
    You site feels amazingly warm. I can’t wait to look around to see what I find. :)
    Love the idea of bringing a vintage chair to the water….Absolutely beautiful pics!

  139. Luanne says:

    Hi! I just found your blog and have to say that I love your photos! Are they available for sale? I would love to hang the chair with flowers in the ocean on my wall. :) Beautiful!

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