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The soothing and sophisticated colors of sea glass pair beautifully with nearly any decor. Try these decorating ideas in your home.
Bits of glass worked into a geometric tile arrangement give an ordinary table a coastal feel.
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Glowing Sea-Glass Votives
For this mantelpiece display, bits of sea glass piled into glowing votive holders share space with coral, shells, sand dollars, and vintage glass bottles. The color scheme, moving from blue and green to pink and purple, mimics a beach horizon at sunset. These votives can be created by placing a candle inside a glass holder and setting it in a larger glass vessel, Fill the space between with shards.
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Sea-glass pieces and ceramic fragments, another beach find, can be combined in a Calder-esque mobile, producing a charming effect when hung by a window.
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Put your favorite sea-glass pieces on display with this hanging wall art.
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Taking their cue from sea glass, these soap cubes are all a bathroom counter needs for decoration.
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This tray made from shards of colorful sea glass is a perfect accent in the bathroom.
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Sea-Glass Palette Table Setting
Make your wishes transparent with tinted glass plates and goblets -- in lieu of heavy crystal and traditional china -- that mimic the look of sea glass. Add a swell arrangement of sweet peas, tweedia, and muscari to complete the effect. To embellish place cards with streamers, cut slits in a card with a utility knife and weave ribbons through. Wrap around a napkin, leaving ends long for a loose, layered effect.
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