In the poolhouse...
from Cote De Texas, a fabulous design blog that you really must see!
At the Glamorous Home of George Stephanopoulos and Ali Wentworth - can you see the large shell in the fireplace? Don't you just love the violets and blues in this room? So different, but still so coastal. Elle Decor
Add a little green with succulents; my kind of plants - I might actually be able to keep these alive!
Look at this pretty fall collection for us beach lovers! Created by Linda at Lime in the Coconut (very very fun blog!)
Fill your clam shell with even more shells, and bits of coral, faux coral if possible,
so perfectly beachy!
so perfectly beachy!
From Starfish Cottage
Or fill with vintage sea glass floats..(I might know where you can find some -ask me!)
Can just imagine one of these beautiful clam shells filled with Christmas ornaments and Holiday greenery - will have to try this year and show you all.
Glam centerpiece to complete a dining room table (Elle Decor)
Or just fill with pretty sand, grab a few pillars and voila' you have an elegant centerpiece!
And then there's always the party idea!
See what I mean? Countless ways to use these faux large sea shells to dress up any space in your beach home, not to mention the endless display options to change with the seasons. Think about mixing and matching:
*Seasonal fruit (pumpkins!)
*bring in branches from outdoors
Would so love to see your ideas! Do you have any that you would like to share? Will be happy to share on our blog for our readers.
I love the one with the glass floats. Go right ahead and use my seawashed artwork in your grey post...I will look forward to seeing it! thank you. ox
Have you ever seen "Mussels and More" clam shell pottery that is dishwasher safe, microwave safe and oven safe...so you can serve a casserole in a totally cool large clamshell bowl!!! Check it out: musselsandmore.com
Look in their seashell collection...I have the large bear claw dish (you have to see the underside of the dish! It has barnacles and everything!). Enjoy...luuuuuved the sea glass floats in the clamshell too!
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