Sea Scape Shadow Box Table

Sea Scape Shadow Box Table

In our basement recreation room we have a really cool table I found many years ago. It’s a shadow box table or memory table. I had old photos, mementos and small keepsakes in the table. I wanted to change it and decided on a summery display.
Sea Scape Shadow Box Table

I created a sea collage in the table using various nautical objects. It’s the theme I have going on throughout the home this summer.
Sea Scape Shadow Box Table

Starfish, sea shells, mini sail boats (they’re actually place card holders) and glass buoys are some of the nautical items I used.
Sea Scape Shadow Box Table

I bought wire sea creatures (fish, seahorses and dolphins) and placed them among the other pieces in the table. They have teal colored glass ball middles and add a cute touch with a pop of color to the design.
Sea Scape Shadow Box Table

Sea Scape Shadow Box Table

Flickering faux tea light candles add a lovely warm glow. What’s really cool is they’re timed to go on for a few hours every night. I don’t have to open the drawer and disturb the design to turn them on and off.
Sea Scape Shadow Box Table

Sea Scape Shadow Box Table

I created little lanterns with clam shells by placing a tea light candle in one of the shells and placing another shell to the back of it. It’s a cute look that works perfectly in my sea collage design.
Sea Scape Shadow Box Table

The felt liner on the bottom of the drawer gives the collage a dramatic appearance. The items I’ve used pop against the black color.
Sea Scape Shadow Box Table

I hope you enjoyed my “Sea Scape Shadow Box Table” post!
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14 thoughts on “Sea Scape Shadow Box Table

  1. Beautiful…what a great idea and I love your little “lanterns”. Those timer tealights are GREAT!!!
    Blessings to you,
    J

  2. Such a fun idea! So many sweet nautical things in there. It would entertain my grands for hours. lol! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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