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`Bienvenidos` Spanish Language Dolphin Welcome Plaque Sign Ocean Beach
$11.99 · Buy on Houzz
This beautiful wooden dolphin welcome plaque is a great addition to any Spanish speaking home. It features the word `Bienvenidos`, Spanish for Welcome, on a weathered board underneath the hand-painted dolphin. Measuring 11 inches tall, not including the rope hanger, 16 inches wide, and an inch deep, it has a brown nylon rope hanger, and hangs from a single nail or screw.
7' Tall Phoenix Palm Tree
$179.95 · More Sizes
Add a tropical look to any spot in your home or office with this life-like Phoenix Palm Artificial Tree. This tree stands a full 7 feet in height and makes ideal maintenance free decoration. It comes potted in a weighted wicker pot with Spanish moss for a superb look and feel. Place it in your living room, waiting area, bedroom or anywhere. You will be thrilled with the appeara...More
Spencer Arm Chair
$239.99 · Only 7 Left
Castle in Spain. The relaxed luxury found in the heart of Spanish coastal cities inspired the Spencer arm chair. Finely woven rattan caresses every curve of this sophisticated piece while classic mahogany legs support its ample white cotton cushion.
Gayle Glenn Home
Spanish tile Design Runner 27" x 72" All designs come in custom colors and sizes Photo:Jennifer Harter
This fountain was installed as a courtyard fountain for Shea Homes.
Young Boar. Highlands Hammock S.P.
Hiking along the trails and roads of the park I encountered these feral pigs. Spanish settlers first brought pigs to Florida in 1539, perhaps making Florida the first state to have a wild boar population. I think this image seems like a window into the past. Photograph taken with a vintage Ricoh Citizen XV twin lens reflex camera. Highlands Hammock was Florida's first State Par...More
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