Decor for the Shore
Crab tray (S-41)
Custom ’Tini Table (2-leaf)
“With 16 color options, this table is guaranteed to suit any living space.” ―Erynn Hassinger, senior designer
Fish Float Lamp
Handmade Driftwood Seahorse
“The scale and texture of this 4-foot seahorse is to die for―so sculptural!” ―Steele Thomas Marcoux, design editor
Hand-blown glass Seed Vases
Abalone Shell Mirror
To buy: (9-inch diameter) with natural shells, $30; 800/472-1885 or jaysonhomeandgarden.com
Antique Silver Napkin Rings
“Each flag pillow represents a letter in the nautical alphabet.” ―Heather Chadduck, style director
Handmade pure-linen pillows
“These pillows are designed after nautical signal flags that represent each letter in the alphabet. This holiday, I’m spelling N-O-E-L!” ―Heather Chadduck, style director
Roost Shell Garden Votives
What’s not to love about this trio of tiny shell votives? Shells are an easy beachy home accessory, plus the woven raffia gives it that extra oomph of texture.
Lacefield Designs Appliquéd Red Anchor Pillow
Anchors away! The rope knot detail, hand-appliquéd anchor, and Navy-inspired printing make this plush pillow a holiday hit for homes from Maine to Vancouver.
Lazy Susan Oval Ring Side Table
We’re dreaming of a white Christmas―and this snow-white steel and wicker side table that is sure to spruce any ho-hum living space. The oval rings soften the industrial look of the steel, and a thick coat of durable paint makes it a shoe-in on our list.
BoBo Intriguing Objects Oyster Stick Lamp
This lamp is the epitome of eco chic: crafted from vintage oyster sticks used to farm oysters in the South of France. Merci beaucoup, Santa!
Wisteria Shell Wreath
Bring the seashore to your front door with this shell-encrusted wreath. Also consider hanging it over your mantel or bed or in a window for instant coastal cheer inside.
Designers Guild Leblond Moss Throw
We’re green with envy for this new throw. The jacquard reversible floral print, made from merino lambs wool, is hot off the press. Snatch up a few for friends―and yourself.
(Published December/January 2010)