Setting the table for seaside dining.
This photo of Balboa Pier is available online from Balboa Gallery.
Photographer Jim Fournier offers beautiful
images of Balboa Island and the Peninsula.
This 14" x 22" Cameron Stone is set in a running bond pattern and
evokes the color of a sandy beach.
This Agave parryi var. truncata is called an Artichoke Agave.
Planted with Sedums you can create a garden image of tidepools.
A simple chair made with a boat sail.
A driftwood basket.
These K. Jacques Picon Thong Sandals are driftwood brown.
This Perennials outdoor fabric is called Very Terry Oyster.
This rock is called 'Beach Buff' 1" - 2" and can be used to edge planter beds.
It is available at Garden centers.
I love this nautical stripped tank.
This Perennials outdoor fabric is called Canvas Weave 'Hello Sailor!'.
Add this small seashell collection to an outdoor coffee table.
I love this cover up for lazy days by the waters edge.
This Gloster Riviera Folding Chair gives instant seaside appeal.
The texture of this Gloster brushed stainless steel dining table looks boat like.
Sunsets by the seaside.
Serve cool drinks on this simple acrylic tray.
I love the rope on these planters.
Let Garden Studio make you a custom pots for your front porch.
These aged bottles look great clustered together.
They are available at Juxtaposition Home.
The rosettes on this Aeonium look like sealife.
These aqua blue pots would look great with large Agave plants or Boxwood Globes.
These seafoam green Sedums would look beachy planted along a garden border.
Horizontal wood gates evoke images of a ship.
This driftwood bowl gives a seaside patio that weathered look.