“Sea glass is the ocean’s way of telling us that if you give it something breakable, it will turn it into something beautiful.”
I don’t know who said that, but I love it!
And that’s because I absolutely love beach glass, the color and the feel and the excitement of discovering a piece of it in the sand. I remember picking it up while I walked the beach when I was little, putting pieces in my pockets and then forgetting about them, only to find them in a little pile on my desk days later when my mom would empty my pockets before doing the laundry (thanks, mom!).
I still have beach glass on my desk, but now I want it everywhere. On my shelves, in my yard, hanging from the ceiling. And I don’t always have to go to the beach to find it…
Sea Glass Balls: Green, blue, aqua, red…these pieces inspired by nautical sea glass floats are worn by the sand, sun and saltwater, bringing in unique nautical decor that has color, interest and history. The small balls are five to six inches and look great in a bowl on the dining room table, while the large ones are 13 inches and are beautiful when nestled into corners of the garden.
Get It: Our Boat House, ourboathouse.com
Malibu Chandelier: Wrapped with jute, this chandelier made by RoShamBeaux in North Carolina adds a light, costal vibe and a handcrafted seaside elegance.
Get It: Sea Green Designs, seagreendesignsllc.com
Sea Glass Vases: These are the perfect vessels for holding those special items you discover on your Hamptons strolls—fill them with wildflowers or beach grass, and keep those memories close by.
Get It: Pottery Barn, potterybarn.com