Seascapes meet Tablescapes

We've all heard of bringing the outdoors in, but bringing the ocean to the table can be especially cool. You can start with a statement piece, and fill in with smaller items. That's one of the great things about collections of the natural and organic variety - you can always use them on your table!

Some Paris Market interpretations:

These would be fun table gift too. I love how the shells look with all the silver and mercury glass on the table. It really gives it that glistening "under the sea" feel.

I would love to put one of these blowfish at every table setting for guests to take home at the end of the night. His spikes could even hold the seating card. He's fun and different, he keeps the evening special without it being too stuffy.

Hope this inspires your next dinner party or cocktail "do"
Sea life can really be an unexpected and refreshing change!


Curtains in My Tree said...

The ole man from the sea is wonderful. Of course I don't know if that is his name


ParisMarket&Brocante said...

Ha! Good guess Janice. "Mercury" is up at the top of the post and "Bluebeard" is on the table and at the very bottom. Keep an eye out for a little note from us!!