Tag Archives: Turquoise

dreaming of warmer climates

We’re lovin’ this curated grouping of turquoise and orange. Thanks to Born at the Wrong Time we were featured among a sea of talent. I’m thinking a trip to the beach is in order!

Caught our eye:

  1. From Lara Minassian of La Crescenta, CA: Don’t miss this beautiful vintage floating mermaid wall plaque figurine made in the 1950s by Lefton.
  2. The Jelly Fish photograph is AWESOME! A Vintage Jellyfish Photograph – 8×10 Photo from Seven Eleven Studios in Muncie, Indiana.
  3. Don’t miss out on this ideal map, a Vintage Florida image of the Sarasota and Siesta Key area, it is altered and embellished with great retro colors. Straight from Vintage Beach Maps.
  4. Last but certainly not least, our octopus in the ocean belt buckle. It’s crazy beautiful.

turquoise and coral :: featured

Thanks to Sigita of the UK we were featured in this beautiful treasury of turquoise and coral.

Items we are drooling over:

  1. We’re loving the candied apples photograph, scrumdillicious! Check out Black Bird Experience of Kent, UK and see Mary’s succulent photographs, simply gorgeous. She’s incredibly talented!
  2. And the beaded necklace is to die for, we adore Svetiana’s jewelry . See all that she has to offer from the Ukraine via Etsy.
  3. And of course, our coral and turquoise belt buckle. Such a great addition to any wardrobe. See all that is offered at Nadine’s shop.

coral :: corallium rubrum

 

Our coral and sea urchin belt buckle has been featured by Pillow Peels out of Queen Creek, Arizona. Check out their beautiful coral pillows.

We are soooo loving:

  1. Seba – Red Coral 4 Bar Stationary. A personalized note never looked so good! Bliss Think Ink from Portland, Oregon, a must got-to for finely crafted, personalized stationary.
  2. Turquoise and Coral Necklace created by Stacy at Verdant Designs, Houston. The craftsmanship is simply impeccable. The coral is made of tiny seed beads. You must see the close-ups.
  3. Cormorant and red coral – archival print. Created by United Thread out of Salem, Massachusetts. Don’t miss out on this talented artist’s work. Espescially the Spiny Lobster and the Peanut Head Moth.

absinthe and olive

Green screams spring to us. A garden of paradise.

{via} Green and turquoise, what a phenomenal combination. The chair looks like it might be easy to find, the peacock on the other hand may be a little more difficult.

{via} Porch Light Interiors with Hayley & Tracey, we adore their Australian style. Loving the leopard pillow up against the green velvet couch.

{viaCorea Sotropa Interior Design now … The Pink Chandelier, Jacqueline Corea of Canada puts a fresh spin on sophisticated interior design. These chartreuse leather chairs are divine.

seaside lovelies

Show Some Moxie was so kind to include us in their Etsy Treasury, check out our coral and sea urchin buckle.  Make sure to check out Show Some Moxie’s Etsy store as they have very cool “not so new items” up for grabs.