Archive for the sea Category
I decided to do an image odyssey to discover octopus ornaments, and quickly learned that they exist in all styles, colors and mediums! I apologize for not linking to the source on each of these (please drop the pic in a google image search if you want to trace it!). Have a look at some sweet, festive cephalopods:
When I was little, I used to pretend the teabags in my mugs were fish, swirling them through the water to make them “swim” by pulling on the string.
Charm Villa has brought a piece of my childhood imagination to life with their goldfish teabags!
I’m surprised more companies haven’t done this. It seems like the most natural design idea in the world to me!
I’ve always been fascinated by “visible” anatomy models. I finally have a kit, waiting to be built (it’s a real labor of love, as all the organs and parts are white and must be hand painted!). But I look forward to it. Here’s a classic:
High on my list of Useless Things I Still Want Even Though They’re Useless is a Jellyfish Aquarium.
Create a calm, tranquil environment in your home or office with our unique Jellyfish Aquarium. This maintenance-free environment features two lifelike artificial jellyfish, illuminated by 18 LEDs that change color with five different effects. Simply fill the tank with water, add the jellyfish, and turn it on.
Another on Amazon:
And yet another (slightly less expensive despite having more jellies):
I fear I would be transfixed by this for absurd amounts of time…but no complaints there.
Browse other posts involving jellyfish here.
Now THIS is how you hold up a pane of glass for a coffee table! Kirk McGuire has a series of bronze sculpture tables that add a dash of marine adornment to the home.