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Accessories: Beach Stones as Decor

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Accessories: Beach Stones as Decor

Julie Carlson August 23, 2010

Every year, my friend Keith packs her suitcase with Rhode Island beach stones at the end of August to lug back to the West Coast; remembrances of East Coast summers. Here's a roundup of beach stones used as decor; plus an inspiring book by San Francisco artist and photographer Josie Iselin.

Above: A mantel by stylist Tanya Goodwin of Home from the Sea.

Above: A stairway in a house in Sicily, photograph by Adriano Bacchella.

Above L: A collection of ringed beach stones. Above R: Beach stones suspended from a vintage wood hanger.

Above: Beach stones in a Boston-area interior by Christine Lane.

Above: Stacked beach stones, via Paonote.

Above: Beach Stones, by Josie Iselin with text by Margaret W. Carruthers; $12.21 at Amazon.

Product Summary  

Landscape & Garden Books

Beach Stones

$14.25 USD from Amazon

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