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Blue Crab

The blue crab immediately caught my eye -and isn't the blue pot a clever touch!

Then I remembered that I had seen this extraordinary species @ Watercolors, painted by the talented Laura Trevey.
Her art is a celebration of color and as she says herself, "coastal living fun"..., you've got to see it.

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46 comments:

  1. Those are great. What a pretty room.

    thanks
    Barbara jean

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  2. This room is truly pleasant and attractive...the blue crab provides visual punch.

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  3. Nice room, great blue accents!
    ~Ann

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  4. Such a beautiful room, the blue crab really makes a statement. Have a great Blue Monday.

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  5. Very nice kitchen. I do like the blue crab. I don't think my kitchen could ever be quite that white though. To many people in it.

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  6. I love this kitchen...so bright and refreshing. The crab is awesome!

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  7. Your kitchen is so breezy, open, and bright. I love it. The crab is just so perfect for this scene.

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  8. I like that blue crab. Beautiful piece of art work.

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  9. Well you are the sweetest! Thank you for making the start to my week such a great one!!!

    Happy Monday!!

    xo Laura
    ** this post is linked to my blog **

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  10. What a pleasant kitchen. The blue crab is the perfect touch and the blue pot goes perfectly with it. Very nice. Thank you for sharing it with us. Have a wonderful day.

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  11. I love this kitchen and that crab is wonderful! I am still trying to find my way in watercolors, and this style really speaks to me.

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  12. A pretty kitchen. Happy Blue Monday!

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  13. Beautiful. I love the lighting in the photo. How clever, a blue lobster.

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  14. Great touch of color for the kitchen (and a great watercolor). Love your farm sink - is that a granite or cement countertop? (Sorry, the kitchen designer in me just has to know these things.)

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  15. Love the blue crab...I love artwork in a kitchen...ok, I like it in every room!:o)

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  16. That crab is so lovely! COngrats on the new blog, I will definitely add it to my blogroll.

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  17. Love that kitchen!

    Can't wait to see what all you have in store for us with your new blog! Very excited for you!

    ~Karla @ It's The Little Things...

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  18. Boy, that makes the room pop. Looks great.
    Cindy

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  19. Hi
    Wow what an awesome way to add zing to a room.
    I really liked your photos .
    Thank you for sharing the great art too !
    Have a wonderful week.
    Blessings of joy to you .
    Happy Trails.

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  20. That is a very beautiful crab. Can fully understand you love it. I love the ocean too even if I don´t gather that many things. But of course, I have a long way to the ocean. :(

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  21. Love this blue crab! That kitchen looks great, too.

    Congrats on your new blog! Looks like you're off to a great start. :-)

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  22. I love the blue touch. Beautiful!
    Krista
    http://thehawaiianhome.blogspot.com

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  23. Love the crab and love the sink below too, xv.

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  24. Such a pretty room and neat art. Love your new blog, of course!

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  25. Love your blue crab*! _Ashley

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  26. Love the blue crab too!Hope you had a Happy Blue Monday ~ Susan

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  27. What a cheerful kitchen and the blue crab and matching pot add just the right splash! Being a beach lover (addict) myself, I love your blog!

    Happy Blue Monday!
    Robin@Miscellaneous Thoughts

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  28. I love, love, love that kitchen. I realy need that crab! Who says crabs are crabby? I think they are so cheerful & summery!

    Welcome to 2 blog world! I'll be here often!! :)

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  29. You have an interesting post, but you forgot to leave me a comment. Please come back. Happy Blue Monday.

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  30. Well congrats on your 2nd blog. You're going to be a busy girl. I've added this blog to my blog roll, and thank you for adding mine. Love the photos you've got on here. Very relaxing. Thanks for the blog love you've left me lately. I'm trying to play catch up.

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  31. what a nice kitchen.. look less cluttered and great blue accents.

    Thanks for sharing. happy Monday

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  32. Neat kitchen. I love the windows it really makes the room so bright, and how about that farmhouse sink? Of course, the blue crab is the added touch! ~ Robyn

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  33. Ah gorgeous! More lovely things to read from you. Added this one to my favourites as well... x

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  34. Blue and white...fresh, bright, clean, calming. I do love blue and white.

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  35. I love the beach. I don't get to go there much, but love the ocean. Thanks for having this site. Your room pictured above is gorgeous.

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  36. Well, haven't you set up a sunny little home in this blog! Great list of resources! Best to your new blog!

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  37. I love the new site, girly. We only have the dungeness (orange)crab here, but that blue crab is to die for!!
    Lisa
    coastalnest

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  38. very Nice! The blue crab watercolor is wonderful. Hope you have a blessed week. Sue

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  39. Just a little thank you on my blog!!

    xo Laura

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  40. Oh, yes, I can join you on this lovely blog!

    m ^..^

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  41. I love the crab...especially since I'm almost always crabby on Mondays. :-) And that kitchen. WOW! Is it wrong to be in love with a kitchen?!

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  42. I,too, have a big blue crab that hung high in my last kitchen and (after the paint drys) will soon go up in my current one. Ours is ceramic and hand painted by a local artist. My husband & I found it at a craft festival and the artist told us that all who requested her ceramic crabs in the color blue hail from Maryland. As a DC/Maryland native, I was amused - guess you can't take the Chesapeake Bay outta this girl, even after a couple years of Florida bliss. So, I wondering if that kitchen's owner doesn't have some Maryland connection too?

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  43. Anonymous7/12/2009

    Hello,
    Blue Crabs can be hard to find. I live in South Carolina and paint large blue crabs on canvas. You can go to www.Heather-Jordan.com and see many original crabs.

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  44. Interesting that the sink is in between the windows, rather than under one.

    Talking about crabs, I fell in love with a large wooden one recently, only to have the customer in front of me tell the clerk "I'll take the crab!" I'm sure my face fell to the floor.

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  45. I HAVE A LAURA TREVEY BLUE CRAB TOO!!! Love her and have blogged about her much...

    Hope all is well.
    -kelley

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