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:: Tuva-Luvs – Gracie ::

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Thursday Tuva-Luvs

Tuva-Luvs – Gracie Carved Whale BookendThis week our Tuva-Luv comes from Gracie! One of her store favorites is the carved whale bookend! This over-sized, whimsical hand carved wood whale features a split in the middle, allowing the headpiece and tale to each serve as a bookend. Add this piece to your side console or bookshelf, shop the carved whale bookend now!

Want more of favorites and coastal home decor? Find all of our picks and more on the Tuva-luvs page!

:: Tuva-Luvs – Wendy ::

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Thursday Tuva-Luvs

Tuvalu Home Tuva-Luvstuva-luvs-wendy-whale-1793-scrimshaw-bone-boxThis 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!

Find all of our store favorites and more on the Tuva-Luvs page!

:: Tuva-Luv – Cheryl ::

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Thursday Tuva-Luvs

Tuvalu Home Tuva-Luvstuva-luv home decor whale bookend tuvalu homeOur Thursday Tuva-Luv is from Cheryl! One of her store favorites is the whale bookends! Whales embody the majesty of nature in all its forms. With gentle forms and distressed details, this resin whale is the perfect compliment to a nautical library. Come on into one of the stores or check out the whale bookends in our online store!

Want more store favorites? Find all of our Tuva-Luvs here!

:: Art About Laguna Beach ::

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Feature Friday

If you haven’t been to Heisler park lately, it’s time you head over there and check out all the eclectic art that’s in the park. The park itself is spectacular and is located on the ocean in the heart of Laguna Beach.  When Tuvalu was built in 2003, we commissioned local artist Larry Gill to design a fountain on the property. Not only does this reflect our appreciation of Laguna’s art history, but this was also created in memory of Tuvalu founders brother Brian who sadly is no longer with us. Brian called Laguna home and loved our great community.

Some more art at Heisler Park.