The tropical hues of sea glass inspire the color palette in this fun, children's bedroom. A monochromatic palette with various saturations of blue-green keep the room sophisticated enough for adult guests.
Colored sea-glass tile backsplash creates a wave-like feel over the cooktop and oven. This kitchen was also upgraded with new stainless steel appliances like a range hood, dual ovens and a mini fridge.
White tiled walls with sea glass blue accents create a coastal-inspired design in this small master bathroom. Soak away the day in the large round tub or nearby walk-in shower with a partial glass door.
This outdoor living room features neutrals and bright blues in a bold mix of textures. The geometric granite table with sea glass and jewel-toned accents contrasts the wicker chaise with soft upholstery and bold blue accents.
A balcony becomes an outdoor living room with a bold mix of texture in neutrals and bright blues. A light wicker chaise with soft upholstery and accents contrasts a geometric granite table with jewel-toned accents and sea glass.
Designer Stefani Stein didn't have to look far to find inspiration for this beautiful bathroom; with white walls and a blue vanity, the space easily takes cues from the ocean. The tile floor even evokes thoughts of sea glass.
This remarkable spa bathroom has the feel of a luxurious grotto under the sea. Glass bubbles float in the air above the cozy loveseat. Walk forward a few steps and sink into the huge spa tub lined with deep blue mosaic tiles.
We've got your summer succulent container right here, with a mix of foliage colors, textures and shapes that can take as much heat as the summer can dish out. Give ‘Sea Glass’ echeveria room to grow into the star of the show, and surround it with fillers like Pink Moonstone and jade plant, and let graptoveria ‘Bashful’ handle the job of spilling over the sides of the container. RECIPE: Echeveria ‘Sea Glass’ (Zone 9); Pink Moonstone (Pachyphytum oviferum, Zone 10); ‘Blue Burrito’ (Sedeveria ‘Blue Burrito’, Zone 9); Graptoveria 'Bashful' (Zone 9); Jade Plant (Crassula ovata 'Tricolor', Zone 9); Sedeveria 'Pink Granite' (Zone 9)
A beach-inspired take on the classic terrarium, these living centerpieces are a great wedding DIY because they can be made well before the big day. Seashells, sea glass and succulents are just a few of the lovely layers that make up these beauties.
Are your kitchen counters, island and table swimming in a sea of paper? Do the stacks of bills and mail seem to just keep piling up? If you answered yes to both of these questions, then listen up: We have an organization system that's guaranteed to clear the paper clutter for good. A system of cabinets and drawers allow for organizing and keeping papers out of sight.
This living area, one of the home's many, boasts the same style of wall used in the spiral staircase — a combination of heavy gray stone and brilliant blue sea glass. The living space also features chic white furnishings, which provide contrast against the warm wood ceiling.
The master bedroom walls have a faint blue-green color, similar to sea glass, that provides a soothing backdrop for the black and white accents used throughout the space. On the white bed, a pair of green decorative pillows with a geometric pattern pick up the wall color.
Architects elevated the low profile of this ranch home with high, vaulted ceilings and lots of natural light coming in through skylights and floor-to-ceiling windows. In the dining room, the design influence was the nearby Pacific Ocean with blue-green watercolor wallpaper and a sea glass-inspired chandelier.