Our Tuva-Luv comes from Cindy this week! One of her store favorites is the “iv’e been spotted” mermaid art!
Have you ever imagined what in everyday mermaid life would look like? Then this wonderful painting of whimsically charming and demure mermaid in a lovely seaside setting is just for you! These are numbered and signed editions in a black distressed wood frame with a glass front. The artist has a unique style and flair with her paintings that is reminiscent of her favorite place the island of Nantucket, located 30 miles out to sea off the coast of Cape Cod. Shop the “iv’e been spotted” mermaid art now!
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What’s Trending Wednesday
The sea is calling and it’s trying to talk to you about nautical decor. Not a fan of the idiom? You can let it go to voicemail. For those of you who want to answer (we’re done, we promise), let’s talk about nautical decor! Nautical decor is a wonderful way to bring aspects of the sea, marine life and coastal influence into your home. It makes decorating fun by using unique pieces that used to adorn a part of a ship or a piece that is inspired from travelers that sailed the seas!
Take a look to see what these designers are doing with the style. Use the images to get ideas and inspiration on ways to bring the effortlessly nautical style into your home!
Not sure where to start with your nautical style search? Check out our online store here and get an idea for your home’s nautical decor!
This week our Tuva-Luv comes from Wendy! One of her store favorites is this beautiful whale 1793 scrimshaw bone box! This white ox bone box comes with brass hinges and clasp and felt lined interior. The outside of the box displays an etched whale and the year 1793. Scrimshaw refers to the detailed engravings and carvings done in bone or ivory by whalers and sailors, dating back to 1745. This is a great antique style, nautical decor piece to add to the home! Shop the whale 1793 scrimshaw bone box now!
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