Furniture Friday: Just Shell it Out

Friday, February 10, 2012 | Category: Uncategorized

Have you ever seen a more amazing coffee table??  I’m at a loss as to where I found this image?  Any help?

I’m absolutely in LOVE with these shell pieces of furniture!

AMAZING Dining Room spotted over at CocoCozy.

Currey & Co. has some amazing shell pieces right now!

The Material Girls are such huge fans of Made Goods…these shell pieces have me super excited!  I love that some of these pieces don’t scream, “shell!”

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10 Comments to 'Furniture Friday: Just Shell it Out'

Lori 10 Feb 12 at 8:03 pm

The first pic comes from here…http://stylebeat.blogspot.com/2011/11/new-harbinger-arrives.html

Great post!

Ellie 10 Feb 12 at 9:29 pm

http://stylebeat.blogspot.com/2011_11_01_archive.html

Google lets you do an image search! This looks like the best source for the image. Also, Tineye.com is helpful too :)

amanda weitzman 10 Feb 12 at 9:36 pm

the table is from Harbinger in LA i believe…it’s Colleen & co.

Sally Steponkus 12 Feb 12 at 2:04 pm

Are you interested in that coffee table? It’s from Coleen & Co:
http://coleenandcompany.com/

So pretty! Love your blog!

Best,
Sally Steponkus

minutedeco 13 Feb 12 at 7:37 am

This blue-green color is amazing, so fresh.

Amy Carter 13 Feb 12 at 3:40 pm

There are some gorgeous pieces on your website! The furniture is beautiful and the installers worked very professionally. Thank you for this post.

Melissa 13 Feb 12 at 5:57 pm

These pieces are so elegant and extraordinary. Material selection and usage makes their appearance so different, just one of them is enough to create a statement. Thanks for sharing.

Lauren-Houston 14 Feb 12 at 9:30 pm

Sally – thanks so much for the I.D. on that coffee table! I knew I’d seen it somewhere!

Sky 20 Feb 12 at 11:49 pm

I really love those teal ombre curtains in the dining room. I am looking for something like this now.

Andy 24 Feb 12 at 2:17 pm

These are some pretty neat pieces. Typically I’m more of a classic architecture and design guy, but I think it’s good to be eclectic and try new things.

Thanks for posting!

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