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DetailBeach Style Living Room, Atlanta

Inspiration for a beach style living room remodel in Atlanta —  Houzz
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greenliving wrote:Mar 24, 2012
  • greenliving
    Very nice thanks for the info. They have an online website so I will check it out and see if they have any good inventory. Where did you find the glass containers? Thank you.
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    Liz Williams Interiors
    We found those at the Roswell Antiques Market. They are old battery containers.
rclever wrote:Jun 5, 2011
  • gennygreen
    careful that the lentils are NOT FIRE-SAFE!
  • icukirt
    These are battery glass jars...you might look at antique shopss or estate sales.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to 14 Ways to Style Your Mantel for Spring and SummerMay 14, 2013

11. Start a summer collection. Bring home a little sand from each beach you visit this summer, and use it to fill an array of clear glass vessels. Line them up on your mantel as you collect them, nestling in candles if you wish.

Lisa Frederick added this to Jazz Up Your Dining Room for Less Than $500Aug 29, 2012

5. Set your space aglow with candlelight. Candles make even the humblest space look elegant, and they cost next to nothing. Fashion a set of hurricanes out of everyday jars or vessels, with pillar candles embedded in sand, rock salt, pebbles or another fire-safe material.

Becky Harris added this to Multipurpose Wonders: Mason JarsMay 16, 2012

Use: Coastal-style hurricaneResult: Using lentils (seen here) or sand to ground the candles and add extra seaside texture.

Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Clean-Lined and Casually CoastalJan 10, 2012

Dry lentils hold candles in place in these square hurricanes. Williams also recommends using sand for this purpose.

Debbie Snider added this to Hurricanes Turn Candles Into Elegant Fall and Winter DécorOct 28, 2011

Use repetition. Three identical hurricanes really make a statement when lined up in a row. This designer filled the containers with brown lentils that blend in well with the weathered console table and neutral palette .

What Houzzers are commenting on:

aylor family added this to Wish ListAug 28, 2017

This is good idea with real candles or remote control imitation.

aishalc added this to Dinning buffetJul 23, 2017

Sander is fire safe for candles

Christine Kelley added this to PorchMar 4, 2017

i like the candles in sand in a glass container

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