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Under the Sea…

From elaborate & avant-garde to more traditional interpretations, some of the sea’s more interesting creatures have found their way into our home decor.

From elaborate & avant-garde to more traditional interpretations, some of the sea’s more interesting creatures have found their way into our home decor.

This urchin like installation is really more work of art than light fixture. The detail of the crystals is my favorite. This piece lights up Mixture in Little Italy.
Melissa and Betsy of Bixby & Ball in Solana Beach know Coastal Chic and the sea's lovelies make frequent appearances in their shop. Hanging above the bed are framed Sea Fans each completely unique.
The Anemone fixture by Jonathan Adler attaches to your wall or ceiling as a sea anemone would to a rock. It works as both a sconce or a chandelier. From Esteban Interiors in La Jolla.
In this Carlsbad oceanfront estate the sea played a fundamental role in all elements of the homes design and character. A dry wood sculpture interprets driftwood in the living room and the powder room sink looks as though it was recently scooped from the ocean floor. This home was featured in our February issue Open House tour, home presented by Doug Harwood of Coldwell Banker, photos by Darren Edwards Photographs.

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