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The Dreamcatcher


These beautiful woven pieces of art are touted as a symbol of comfort and protection against bad dreams, only allowing the good dreams to pass through the center hole, while the bad ones get tangled in the web and are eliminated. This legend goes back in time to the indigenous people, especially the Ojibwe Native American tribe that believed the night air was filled with dreams, both good and bad. They crafted these nets or dream traps and placed them in areas where children slept.

Artful Designs Inspired by Nature


Enhance your outdoor living space by accessorizing it with some of nature’s most popular gifts. Earthy materials like coconut and bamboo, along with aquatic treasures such as shells and starfish, have long been collected and transformed into one-of-a-kind works of art. When used as such, these hanging displays provide soothing sights and sounds that symbolize the serenity of our coastal surroundings.

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