>Mesmerizing Glass Floats

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What a mesmerizing photograph!  If you’re a regular reader then you know about my search for glass floats and buoys so you know that I’m in awe of these. What a great way to decorate! I can just imagine them hanging from an outside pergola with twinkling white lights interspersed. Maya of  Daily Vitamin Sea recently shared this photograph on her fabulous blog (seriously, you must check it out!).

Maybelline Te is an interior designer based in North Carolina and while traveling in her homeland, the Philippines, she found this stunning display of Japenese Glass Floats out on the bamboo loggia at a friends house.

I have seen a number of Japanese glass floats displayed in homes but never something as stunning as this one. Isn’t it absolutely beautiful. A Cool Sighting indeed! If you want to learn a little bit more about the floats, I wrote a post about them on Completely Coastal: Nautical Decorating with Fishing Glass Floats.    Original article from Easter Chronicles ~ Froulala.

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About marierhoades

Beach bum, wife, mother, lover of dogs & cats. Editor of Sally Lee by the Sea, http://nauticalcottageblog.com, a beach cottage design & lifestyle website.
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8 Responses to >Mesmerizing Glass Floats

  1. sealaura says:

    >those are stunning I keep going back to her blog and feeling inspired and now def keeping my eyes peeled for them while I am out and about. Have a great weekend!

  2. Maya says:

    >Thanks so much for the feature!!! The glass floats are just amazing…, and I do love buoys too!! Maybe some day I find it all on the beach, wouldn't that be awesome!

  3. VKT says:

    >Hi there. I found your blog indirectly through Friday Follow. If you are interested in becoming a follower of my blog, I will happily follow yours.

  4. Sally Lee™ says:

    >VKT – Following you! Thanks for visiting us.

  5. 32˙North says:

    >Best collection of floats – ever!

  6. >those are very cool! i have a huge collection of glass floats, but would be too afraid to hang them outside, as they are very valuable. maybe i'll try it with some i find here in alaska!

  7. >Wow, this is a nice collection of floats and nicely displayed. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Kathy says:

    >I have always love glass floats and what a beautiful collection are shown in the picture. Thank you for sharing them.Kathy

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