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SeaDebris on the Furniture!


 Adding "SeaDebris" to Furniture is something 
that can really make your Furniture 
Uniquely Yours and 
a true Statement Piece of Art! 

A Mirror with a SeaDebris Frame


A great piece - SeaDebris encrusted to say the least.

SeaDebris left afloat at the edge of the matching mirror.

 So, there were a few of my SeaDebris pieces of furniture at the studio. 


But, then I was asked to put some whimsy into 
the (to be honest) rather bland furniture 
at a local beach house. 
The house had come to the new owners with the furniture as is.... 
and it just needed a bit of a facelift. 

It needed some SeaDebris! 

   
But let's look at some BEFORE and AFTER photos of the furniture. 


DINING TABLE CHAIRS  
 




 BARSTOOLS 




 END & COFFEE TABLES


* The makeover also included painting, some of which I did.
However, the great mural paintings
which you will notice in some of the pictures were 
all painted by our friend, Brizio.

GORGEOUS MURALS.
PAINT THE FRONT ENTRY DOOR.
ADD OCEAN BLUE TO THE FIREPLACE!
 

 AND HERE ARE SOME "BEHIND THE SCENES" 
PHOTOS OF THE PROJECT. 


The chairs would need wood insert placed in each of the oval openings. 
Russ secured these onto each chair and then painted the chairs to match.

 

 Then I stacked them up in line (in my living room) 
to await their SeaDebris embellishments!


My house was transformed into a bigger studio for a couple of days!
With lots of boxes of seashells stacked around. 
Each seashell hand-picked (by yours truly) from the beach!

 Next, the end tables get their face lift! 


 
 Close up view of the Seashells 
I try to make it look less structured than it is!

The look should be that the shells were simply left
arbitrarily strewn across the tables as the tide went out! 
  
"In all chaos there is a cosmos,
in all disorder a secret order." 



I am still working on the entertainment center. 
That is a big project, as you can see.
(I may have to go beach combing before I can finish)

The side insets will be "SeaDebris-ed" and it is gonna be 
"MUY FANTASTICO".

 

 Do you have a piece of furniture that 
needs a SeaDebris Facelift? 

 Let's talk about it. 




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