I think you could have predicted what D would be for and don't get me wrong I'm not recommending filling you house completely with the stuff- but like the picture below mix it in with ornate wooden cupboards and lots of white paint............
House beautiful- it's all in the details
This is a definite favourite of mine (the chandelier is driftwood) you can see some lovely ideas from this book and other places on this cool design blog Terramia
beyond the sea
This small business has some simple mirrors and cabinets that are very reasonable priced
This company do some very chic modern driftwood lamps
Heres some simple ideas for you to do yourself on one of my favourite blogs....
Theres this lovely Driftwood Inn in Florida's Vero beach its a bit too far for me and involves scary planes ( I know I'm a baby!) but if you're nearby check it out for me!
I think this is the best driftwood lamp I found so far but they also do nice sculpture and glass topped tables too at all driftwood furniture
I confess to a secret lovely of taxidermy- I'd prefer it if you could get a vegetarian version- (Eg a butterfly that died peaceful on a flower, in the arms of his life long partner!) but its still amazing to actually see real life insects and other things- not sure about furry things though! Ug! Mr Pike above is from Tim's
Karen Miller has to be the top driftwood artist in the Uk- can see her stunning pieces at
devon driftwood designs
more money than I can afford I'm afraid but I may find a millionaire sugar Daddy one day!
is just too cool for school and I just love his polaroid collection above
Heres some lovely watercolour by
And you can find really reasonably priced items at
Last but not least don't forget to add candles (with care though!)
sconce from this ebay shop
any suggestions for E? I'm still undecided!