Nautical Decor Collection

By the Sea, by the Beautiful Sea!

Oh, the smell of the sea and ocean mist as it caresses your face, flows through your hair, and leaves the memory of maritime wherever you go. People are fascinated with all things Nautical as well they should be! It’s calm, soothing, and therapeutic. You can almost feel the grains of sand sink down with the pressure of your body, as you walk quietly along the shoreline. Can you hear the waves gently crashing up against the waterfront?

It’s a great family adventure, or it can be a solitary escape from the rest of the world. The versatility of the Ocean is as vast as the aquatic life that lives within it. Summer time is almost here, and one of the best ways to celebrate is to go to the beach!

But, maybe you’re strapped for cash, simply can’t get away, or the nearest beach is over 1,000 miles too far away! Oh, we feel you! It’s okay, don’t panic! We’ve got just the thing to soothe your oceanic craving! We are proud to introduce our Nautical Decor Collection!

Dive into the deep blue seas, by diving deep into this sea inspired collection! We’ve got everything you could need, minus the arm floaties.

Images as seen in order Clockwise: 1. Alba sulla battigia by Adriano Galasso, 2. Out in the Waters by Philip Gendreau 3. Cali Starfish II by Gaetano 4. La Jument dans la Tempête by Jean Guichard

Still not satisfied with our Siren Song?

Well, maybe we can lull you on to our Pinterest board

 

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Happy Birthday Leonardo Da Vinci

We’re Celebrating this Renaissance Man by hosting 30% Off Site Wide! 

A man of wonder, talent, and an undying curiosity Leonardo da Vinci, is one of the worlds most renowned artists in history. Today, we celebrate the birth and memory of this fascinating person, he was born on this day 563 years ago. Talk about leaving a lasting impression! 

Most people recall Leonardo da Vinci, as just an artist but oh, he was so much more! He started his apprenticeship at a young age under the watch of Andrea del Verrocchio who was an avid sculptor, painter, and goldsmith. It was then that he started to discover his amazing talent across multiple mediums. For those who don’t know, Da Vinci was an artist, sculptor, painter, inventor, scientist, philosopher, and more. 

If you’re also a person of undying curiosity, then hop on over to our Knowledge Center for a more in-depth Biography of Leonardo Da Vinci!


Here are some of our Faves from his Collection below:

 

Images in order from Top Right Clockwise: 1. Mona Lisa, 2. Flying Machine 3. Proportions of the Human Figure (Vitruvian Man), 4. Annunciation – Detail

 

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