Monday, December 19, 2011

More....By The Sea Inspirations

The vignette in on the other side of the dining room across from the door server.
Staying with that sea side theme, this is what evolved!
That is a tea cup sponge on the statues head.

I love this set of books,
I couldn't bare to part with them!

This huge shell is one of my favorites!
I scored it at the Nashville flea market for $20! 

It all comes together on this marble top table from France.

This is the table beside the couch in the living room.
I needed something for height, so I put the statue inside the large sponge!
Add a little coral, a sea fan, and shell to complete the look.

This cabinet has had many vignettes over the years.
I think this is my favorite so far.

This photo of the cabinet with closed doors it not very good,
the window reflections kept showing up.
This cabinet is handmade.
I love handmade furniture.
I always day dream about who made it,
and who they made it for!

Hope you enjoyed another sea side tour of the Double Wide!

Be sure to make plans now to visit
The Vintage Market Place show
Feb. 2-4, 2012


Garden Antqs Vintage said...

It's just beautiful!! Merry Christmas week.

Laura @ 52 FLEA said...

Gorgeous Inspiration!
Love your vintage treasures mixed with all those gifts from the sea!

oldgreymare said...

Enjoy is not the word for me..SAVOR is the word...
I will be late for work this am because I lingered too long and savored...

Di@Cottage-Wishes said...

I love the coral and sea inspired are having a white christmas!! I have one beautiful piece of coral. Di@cottage-wishes

Gayle said...

I think I now have coral envy, with maybe a touch of grey wall envy thrown in as well!!

Have a Merry Christmas!!

Lou Cinda @ Tattered Hydrangeas said...

This is beautiful Theresa! Love the sponges and all that glorious texture! Those bookends are fabulous and I don't think I have seen them before. The little birds on them....LOVE!


Lou Cinda

Air Bohemia said...

You've inspired me to take a walk by the shore, I've got a little seaside going on at the pink shack as well, only mine is bedecked with gaters and lizards 'longside the shells...think tomorrow will be a seaside post too...I think I'm getting a tan already!!!


outjunking said...

Absolutely beautiful. I enjoyed the tour, looking forward to another one soon, I hope.
Merry Christmas,

SImple and Serene Living said...

Some of our most beautiful finds come from nature and I especially love seaside treasures. They mix so well with antiques. Your home looks beautiful.

jacklynn4 said...

T, Your double wide is gorgeous, just like you. I find all your vignettes stunning, true, this one is extra special. said...

Just the most gorgeous doublewide ever!!!!! Your cabinet if awesome. I didn't know things from the sea could be put together so beautifully. I know I have said it before but you are sooooo talented, Theresa. You can arrange just about anything to look beautiful:)
~Debra xxx
Capers of the vintage vixens

Lynette said...

I LOVE your statues...they add so much whimsy to your vignettes!.... Everything is just so beautiful!

June said...

Wow...this holiday decoration is gorgeous TOT!!! I love your collections from the sea. I have never seen anything like it. Beautiful!!! I love the little sponge hat :)
Have the merriest Christmas my dear friend. Among my biggest blessings is your friendship.

trash talk said...

I think we all need little hats like this to wear at the prom...what do you think?
Just beautiful TOT.
Merry Christmas from my little casita de trash to your DW-in-KY! (LOL...I think I just made up a new word!)

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...

Loving all the texture and shades of creamy whites!

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

Now you know I LOVE all the coastal touches that you's all so very nice...great deal on that shell from the Nashville Flea Market.


Rebecca said...

Hi Tot
Your displays always blow me away... love all the coral, especially with the stoneware. You are the best my friend.
Wishing you and yours a beautiful Christmas.

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Tot, I can't begin to tell you how much I love your coastal design. Every single thing is gorgeous! I got a giant clamshell from my dad for Christmas but it weighed so much I couldn't bring it home on this trip. I hope you have a wonderful holiday.

Gaby Bee said...

Beautiful! Love, love your decoration!

Merry Christmas and Happy Healthy New Year! Wish you the best in 2012.


the old white house said...

Thank you for the tour of your seaside retreat!!! I hope you are having a wonderful Christmas season T. and that you are surrounded by those you love. Mine has been crazy busy and today was a day pf playing catch up... I seem to play that a lot lately! Merry Merry Christmas! t.xoxooxoxo

GINA's BLOGGATORIUM........... said...

I wouldnt call this a double wide mobile home, it is a traveling palace !!!!
I dont know a soul that wouldnt be proud to own it!
Love love love it all...........
xo gina

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