Friday, March 12, 2010

1022 Sea Shell Avenue

I must admit, I have a "thing" for shells, so when I came across a blog by the name of 1022 Sea Shell Avenue... well, I just had to check it out.

Turns out the resident is a Mom of 5, married to a fisherman, attending college full time while making a career out of painting seashells.

1022 Sea Shell Avenue is located in New Jersey by the sea shore and Kim and her brood spend pretty much every day, rain or shine, combing the beach for shells.

Painting seashells is her passion.

She has been painting them for almost 10 years and selling them in seaside shops and boutiques.

Now she's selling them from her etsy store, 1022 Sea Shore Avenue,

which is where I found mine!

Apparently, she had just listed it for sale when I scooped it up!
I promised her some photos of where I might put it :)


Unknown said...

Hi Therese, I like all the ways you are displaying the black conch, especially with the binoculars, they look good together! I'm so happy you are pleased with your purchase, thank you so much for the lovely write up and gorgeous pictures of your space with my Sea Shell included. I look forward to seeing lots more of your treasures!

Much ♥ to you


Anonymous said...

Hello Therese,
So glad I see you here in the Blog world... Its my new LOVE!!! How have you been? I think of you often, and I am so happy for you.... I will follow your Blog, I am so glad I found you!!! Take Care!


Beach House Living said...

Ah ha! So you were the one that scooped it up so quickly, I should have known! and I'm glad you did. Looks right a home in your world.

La Dolfina said...

Hi Michelle!
So nice to see you! I've missed you and our great chats! Hope all is well with you and your family.
Email me anytime!!

Anonymous said...

Your creativity never ceases to amaze me. Who else would pair an exquisite little conch shell with such lovely little treasures. Your eye inspires me!
xoxoo Libby

joanna said...


Thanks for the resource connection, I just had lunch with a friend- she is from Switzerland who some how wind up moving to the Eastern USA She goes to the Jersey shore a lot, I will email her and tell her to check out this shop... and I will check out Etsy too,
Love the way you display your shells, very artistic and unique. Will have to borrow a page from your decorating talents.

Kathysue said...

Hi Terri, Oh what a lovely and lucky little shell to have found a place in your lovely home. Little did Mr shell know how much he will be loved and cared for by you, a lucky little shell indeed, xo kathysue

1 Funky Woman said...

I cannot believe I just found you again. I saw your home on Rate My Space forever ago and fell in love with your home. My sister and I drooled over all your decor and still talk about it. As I was checking out another blog I saw your laundry room and thought it looked familiar. I am just so thrilled to follow you.


Maya @ Completely Coastal said...

This shell is made for your home!!