Hand Forged Coastal Sculptures Featured In Various Interior Design Settings, Stunning concepts to feast your eyes on:
By Katie Martin Chase Allen says his artistic abilities are in his genes. “My mother’s side of the family is very artistic,” said the 37-year-old Charlotte, N.C., native. Allen owns and operates The Iron Fish Gallery on Daufuskie Island, S.C. From fish to mermaids, the gallery, which opened in 2001, houses dozens of Allen’s handcrafted iron […]
The 2014 Pantone Color of the Year, Radiant Orchid, is sweeping the nation, being incorporated into everything from web design to home decor. Although shades of purple don’t typically come to mind when thinking about coastal decor, we’ve come up with a few ways to combine the worlds of Pantone purple and the coast, with […]
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.
Three Coastal Decorating Tips for Chase Allen’s Handcrafted Sculptures
1. Group/school the coastal sculptures in odd numbers….never even!
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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.
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3 Ideas To Decorate Your Beach House with Mermaid Art
Every mermaid decoration on this page is handmade on Daufuskie Island by metal sculptor Chase Allen, find out even more about Chase and his work by clicking here.
Beach House Decor
This mermaid decor has a salmon colored tail and silver hair, look closely and you can notice the rustic patina that Chase’s art is now famous for. I think it would look great in the coastal decorated room below.
From our friends at Coastal Living, they also offer this great coastal decorating tip “Punch up a coastal palette with dashes of beach-grass green. When used in small doses, the color adds zing to a traditional nautical scheme”.
Speaking of sea grass green, check out this impressive mermaid sculpture in this matching sea green toned beach house room.
Coastal Decorating from www.coastalliving.com
The mermaid wall decoration photographed above features the hand-hammered texture that Chase adds to every piece of Iron Fish Art that he makes. To see the variety of mermaid sculptures available, click here._
There are also crabs, lobsters, stingrays, and of course fish! See all of Chase’s nautical steel creations by clicking here. _
This mermaid sculpture has a beautiful blue tail with silver hair, and I think it would look great with this coastal cottage decor. What do you think of these decorating ideas?
Beach House Art
You can also browse Chase’s permanent collection of Iron Fish Sculptures by clicking here.
Yellow Mermaid with Red Hair headed to Hilton Head!
The mermaid sculpture photographed below is hand made out of metal by coastal artist Chase Allen on Daufuskie Island, South Carolina.
It was purchased by Ali Weisenbach for her parents beach house on Hilton Head Island.
Notice the hand hammered texture and rustic finish that Chase’s work is famous for. Hand-held every step of the way, Chase ensures the quality of his work by the care he puts in to every piece of art he makes._
In the photograph below you can see how mermaid art adds an elegant coastal accent to the beach house decor:
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Don’t forget that every work of Iron Fish art comes in our FREE GIFTWRAPPING!!
Iron Fish Special Giftwrapping
Your friends will love opening this present, wrapped in butcher paper as a “Fresh Catch of the Day!”_
Browse the current collection by clicking here.
There are also stingray sculptures, crab art, and lobsters! See them all here!
These mermaid sculptures are hand made out of steel by metal sculptor Chase Allen on Daufuskie Island, SC. To find out more about Chase, click here. Notice the rustic finish and antique patina his work is famous for.
Mermaid decorations come in 3 sizes, 3′ x 7″, 5′ x 12″, and 7′ x 18″! See them all by clicking here._
Mermaid decor is the perfect coastal accent to your beach house. The nautical sculpture photographed below is 7 feet long!
Beach House Decor_
This beach house decoration looks incredible over the window, the beautiful view of the Daufuskie coast doesn’t hurt, and shows two happy Iron Fish owners displaying their ‘catch of the day’ proudly.
Don’t forget about our FREE GIFTWRAPPING!!
Your friends will love opening this present, every Iron Fish sculpture comes wrapped in butcher paper as a ‘Fresh Catch of the Day!’
Iron Fish Special Giftwrapping
To view Chase’s Current Collection, click here.
A hand made mermaid sculpture from coastal artist Chase Allen is a great way to decorate your beach house. Check out how this mermaid looks in this coastal bedroom:
Available in three different sizes (3′ x 7″, 5′ x 12″, and 7′ x 18″) these coastal decorations make a great addition to your beach house. You can even design a mermaid themed bedroom like the one seen above for that mermaid-obsessed family member.
Mermaid sculptures make a great gift, and come in our Special Giftwrapping!
For availability call us at 843.842.9448 or contact us here.
Have a great week!