Dress tables with sculptural shells and corallike pieces.
Large conch and murex shells with cattleya orchids nestled in their openings and smaller marlin spike shells surround a vase filled with tiny shells and a pillar candle. Painted manzanita branches stand in for real coral. Capiz shells (sold with predrilled holes) are tied to napkins with ribbon; a small branch rests on top. The white-and-brown color scheme suits any season.
Fishbowls and vases display still lifes on brown craft sand. An aqua silk runner suggests water, as do glass chargers and votive holders.
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