Upholstered with luminous sponges and corals, the bridge of the U. Coast Guard Cutter Duane attracts schools of smallmouth grunts—and divers. The ship was intentionally sunk in 1987 off Key Largo, FL to create an artificial reef 120 feet meters) deep.
Our mermaids’ tears campaign calls on plastic product manufacturers to take the “Pledge to Prevent Resin Pellet Loss”. Mermaids’ tears, also known as resin pellets or nurdles, are used in the manufacturing of plastic products.
Brass handles on the cabinetry, long, old wood plank for shelving and replicating old faucets gives this kitchen a rustic charm modernized with the use of a stone counter top. Light on the color and use of wood modernizes this kitchen's rustic style.