Monday, May 13, 2013


With summer comes a slowing down. Longer days, warmer weather and vacation time on the horizon add up to a general change of pace. Switching gears is a good thing. Try to enjoy the fleeting days to come, and hopefully these turtles will aid in the promotion of  a vacation state of mind.

Photo courtesy of Karen Robertson
Add interest to your wall with texturally interesting pieces like Karen Robertson's hand-painted Brown Hawksbill Turtle, made from a mold of the real thing.

Photo courtesy of Katie Ridder Wallpapers
When an interior designer with a flair for fabric and wallpaper design creates a new pattern that is this much fun, it is hard to resist sharing it.  Known for her great sense of color and hand-drawn artistic designs, the new Katie Ridder Wallpaper pattern with a large sized sea turtle swimming is a transporting pattern.  Here, a sneak peak of the soon to be released Sea Turtle Wallpaper in Blazer red, available through Holland and Sherry and Harbinger in LA. I hope an outdoor fabric in the pattern comes next,  just think of the possibilities...

Photo courtesy of August Morgan
Politely remind guests to take it easy on the sauce with August Morgan's adorable (and well-priced) embroidered turtle napkins.

Photo courtesy of Barneys
Need a gift for the person who has everything? Chances are they do not already own an engraved silver pill box with a turtle on the top. Made in England by Ari D. Norman, you can track down this little gem at Barneys and gift to said partygiver above to hold their  hangover helping Aleve stash.

Photo courtesy of Aerin
Every table can benefit from the addition of something whimsical. Adding this little stoneware glazed Turtle from Aerin to a dinner table or side table is a conversation starter.

Photo courtesy of Pottery Barn
Have a friend that is really into their bar and the stylish accessories it holds? Chances are their collection of bottle openers will be enhanced and enlivened by the addition of this rugged Turtle Bottle Opener at Pottery Barn

Photo courtesy of Anthropologie
Covering a bit of ground at 20" in diameter, Anthropologie's blue and green glazed ceramic Sea Turtle Planter will make a statement in the garden amidst a sea of green.

1 comment:

kayce hughes said...

Loving that big one from Anthropologie!