Decorating with shells in your washroom (part 2)

I've always loved seashells, I can't think of a more relaxing place then the
beach, so to be able to bring a bit of that feeling into a washroom is
just great. Having a few shells around can remind you to try to
slow down a bit when you are doing that mad dash to
get ready in the morning.

Here's a closer look of this crazy beautiful seashell sink:

and here's a cute way to display your favorite shell treasures:

you'd definitely need a few trips to the beach to collect enough shells to
make a chandelier like this:

Arteriors Home Strasbourg Seashell Chandelier (K3745)

If you love the seahorse statue above, here's something similar:

Uttermost Set of 2 Coastal Creatures Sculptures (T7809) a seahorse and a sea turtle

Ok, it's not a bathroom photo, but I think these framed shells and
starfish would look fantastic in a washroom. Plus, it looks like a
pretty easy DIY. I think the picture boxes they sell at Ikea could
be used to make something like this.

This pendant light fixture would look gorgeous hanging over a washroom vanity with
a very simple vanity to ceiling plain mirror behind it.

Large Rectangle Hanging Capiz Pendant Tiers of shimmering natural capiz shells—often referred to as "glass oysters" because of their fragile, translucent appearance

So do you have seashells in your bathroom decor?

images via: linkasink, linkasink, inspiration for decoration, lamps plus, twenty one two designs inc., twenty one two designs inc., hgtv, lamps plus, coastal living, unknown x 2, west elm, unknown

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