Hand Forged Coastal Sculptures Featured In Various Interior Design Settings, Stunning concepts to feast your eyes on:
Coastal outdoor space accented with handcrafted stingray sculptures against a brick wall Here is a perfect example of bringing the outdoors in, or is it taking the indoors out? Either way, this designer coastal screened in porch looks amazing with this school or Chase Allen’s handcrafted stingray sculptures. Becky Dunn Baroni of Hilton Head […]
A couple cool links & articles for The Iron Fish and Chase Allen’s sculptures Here’s a cool link to Cottage and Bungalow which offers Chase Allen’s coastal sculptures: http://www.cottageandbungalow.com/chaseallen.html Here’s another link from Daufuskie Island.com spreading the word about Chase Allen named as one of Martha Stewart’s American Made Contest winners http://www.daufuskieisland.com/chase-allen-american-made-winner/ Chase Allen […]
Really cool interior coastal blog site!!!
Just read a cool blog from Sarah, editor of the blog named A Beach Cottage, coastal vintage lifestyle. The title of her blog that caught my eye is called :
A QUICKIE VINTAGE PEELY WHITE PAINT BEACH COTTAGE TREASURE! OH YEAH, COME TO MUMMA
Did you know that Spartina 449, the nationally celebrated women’s hand bag & coastal apparel brand, had their first model shoot for their first line of handbags at my gallery on Daufuskie Island(see photo below). Kay Stanley, owner of Spartina 449, has been a good friend, neighbor, and customer. To be quite honest, Kay is an inspiration to me because she has a track record of success but most importantly, she works with a smile and gets the job done. In a short amount of time, this savy businesswomen has built Spartina 449 into a nationally recognized brand. So in short, my welding mask is off to Kay for her vision and hard work. I am proud to have played a tiny part in the beginning of this play. Congrats and here’s to your future.
Be original! Be thoughtful! Handcrafted is the answer for the “shoe in as best holiday gift of the year” winner! Check our all of my sculptures and let me know if you want me to ship one or more off for you:-)
Three Coastal Decorating Tips for Chase Allen’s Handcrafted Sculptures
1. Group/school the coastal sculptures in odd numbers….never even!
fish art sculptures
2. Play with the spacing of the sculptures and adjust for the wall space that you are using. These sculptures can be spaced out to help fit the wall so use this to your advantage. Start the school in a tight pattern and space them outward to match space available.
handcrafted coastal wall art
3. Mix up the species. Note that the mermaid sculpture looks awesome with the fish art swimming in the same direction.
coastal bathroom decor