A few Months ago while surfing my favorite blogs I came across an entry on the wonderful blog Boxwood Terrace. Deborah was pulling out her Sea Shell collection and was asking for some display suggestions. Her post is Here. I had just finished some sea shell displays for a client and e-mailed a few pictures off. Deborah was gracious enough to post a few of my pictures on here follow up post. Here. To say that it was an honor is an understatement. Thank you Deborah!
She also hinted that she would love to see more of this house. So now that the house is almost completed I thought I would show you a few more ways we used Shells in this French Home.
This Home is one of the most amazing projects I have ever been privileged to work on. This was a full remodel with most of the house being taken down to the foundation. It is really quite a story and took almost 5 years to complete. In the process the Owners have become some of our closest friends. Their vision and wonderful eye for detail made it a perfect collaboration. I will follow with more post of this Home and some of it's story.
Also , living at the beach I do a lot of designing with shells and other natural objects. I will be showing some of those in future posts.
So what do you think. Most people think of Sea Shells for only Beach Style. Do you think it works with French?
I am linking this post to Vignette Fridays over at Color Outside the Lines.